Stephanie has a unique interdisciplinary research background in biomechanics, behavioral psychology, and medical grade plastics. She also has variety of experience in imaging and spectroscopy devices. To each project Stephanie brings the integration of engineering and behavioral psychology to explore creative product insights and improve quality of life. She has published peer reviewed research and presented at national and international conferences. Stephanie has a PhD in Bioengineering from the University of Pittsburgh and a BS in Materials Science and Engineering and a BS in Psychology from Virginia Tech.