Golnoosh Kamali is a Presidential Fellow in the Office of the Vice Provost of Graduate and Professional Education. In her role as a Presidential Fellow, she will be working directly with Vice Provost Dr. Kass & Senior Program Manager Dr. Nadel on a number of projects and initiatives aimed at improving upon and enhancing the PhD student experience at Hopkins.
Golnoosh earned her PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Johns Hopkins University under the advisement of Dr. Sri Sarma. Her research focused on building and analyzing computational models of brain data from patients with epilepsy to help clinicians localize seizure origination. While at Hopkins, Golnoosh served as the Co-President of Women of Whiting (WOW), a graduate student organization at Hopkins promoting networking and community building among women and underrepresented minorities in STEM. She also was the ECE department representative on the Graduate Representative Organization (GRO), a member of the JHU Library Student Advisory Committee, and helped start the Hopkins student organization Translational Neuroengineering Technologies (TNT) Network. Outside of Hopkins, Golnoosh has served as a math mentor to Baltimore City school kids, an engineering instructor at Anne Arundel Community College, and an engineering intern at a Baltimore based medical device startup.