Adam Santorelli, PhD
Adam Santorelli, PhD, is a scientific software engineering generalist on the Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI) core team within the Center for Strategic Data Initiatives (SDI) at the Child Mind Institute. He studied at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, where he completed his bachelor’s degree in engineering and PhD in electrical engineering.
Dr. Santorelli was an Irish Research Council, Government of Ireland postdoctoral fellow in the Translational Medical Device Lab at the National University of Ireland-Galway. His work focused on the development of novel, minimally invasive, compact, and low-cost medical devices aimed at increasing accessibility to technology for improved diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Dr. Santorelli was also the technical lead on a European Union Horizon 2020 grant investigating the use of assistive robots for patients with dementia. Prior to joining the Child Mind Institute, he was a research associate in the Functional Optical Imaging Lab at the University of Texas at Austin, where he developed and improved quantitative methods for measuring vascular flow rates during neurosurgery.
Dr. Santorelli creates innovative solutions to real-world problems in the combined fields of electromagnetics and biomedical engineering. His work has spanned from the foundational to translational aspects of engineering, and therefore includes computational, experimental, and clinical work.
- PhD, Electrical Engineering, McGill University
- MEng, Electrical Engineering, McGill University
- BEng, Electrical Engineering, McGill University