Michael Maylahn is trained as a biomedical electrical engineer and is very passionate about leveraging technology to increase access to quality healthcare. He has had lifetime exposure to medicine, from state and federal public health reform (his father’s work), to end-of-life hospice care (his mother's work), to founding a medical community (his grandparents' work).
Michael moved himself to Los Angeles in 2009 and started a STEM education service to support his schooling. He conducted medical research in rural Costa Rica, spent time working with Indian hospitals and has traveled/lived in other countries, fueling his focus on global healthcare innovation.
Michael and his cofounder Dinesh started Stasis Labs while at USC and have been running it full time for the past two years. Their vision is to create universal access to proactive healthcare through the cloud and data.
This engaging speaker series examines how technology impacts — and will continue to impact — the way we live, work, and play.