John Stager is a graduate of the University of Florida in Gainesville. He earned his bachelor of science in electrical engineering with a concentration in digital electronics. Stager has been working on constructing electronic designs and engineering solutions. His current interests include novel magnetic resonance imaging technology development.
Hsin-Jung (Randy) Yang, PhD, earned his doctorate in bioengineering from UCLA in August, 2016. He earned his master's degree at Northwestern University in electrical engineering and joined the Dharmakumar Laboratory in Cardiac MRI in 2011 and the Han Lab in 2016. His current research interests are novel MRI technologies and their applications.
Wai Shing (Charles) Liu earned his master's degree in product development engineering from the University of Southern California in 2018. He received his bachelor’s degree in mechanical and automation engineering from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2012. Liu’s current research interests are novel MRI technologies and their applications.
Linda Azab graduated from George Mason University with a bachelor of science in biomedical engineering. Throughout her senior year at Mason, she developed an interest in the magnetic resonance imaging research field.
Hui Lan is an undergraduate student at UCLA majoring in bioengineering and mathematics. She is interested in applying mathematical and statistical techniques to solve problems in a medical setting. Lan is working on software simulation in the Han Laboratory.
Fardad Michael Serry earned his master of science in electrical engineering and computer science at the University of Illinois, Chicago, as well as a master's degree in physics from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. He received his bachelor of science in physics with honors along with minors in chemistry and mathematics from Elmhurst College in Illinois. Serry's research interests are on novel MRI hardware and software technology.
Won Ho Chung received his bachelor of science in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is pursuing his master's degree in electrical and computer engineering at UCLA with a focus on power electronics. His interests include novel MRI hardware technology and their power systems.
Yutong Ouyang is a graduate student at the University of Southern California majoring in electrical engineering. His focus is on wireless health technology. In the Han Lab, Ouyang currently works on hardware, including circuit analysis and testing and improving current hardware design.
Miao Lu, PhD, earned his bachelor's degree in physics from Lanzhou University and a master's degree in computer science. He received his doctorate in physics from University of Nevada, Reno. His current interests include novel MRI hardware technology development.