|Institution||The University of Texas at Austin|
|Key Words / Areas of Interest||Electromagnetic Medical Technologies, Dielectric Properties of Tissues, Microwave Breast Imaging, Tissue-Mimicking Phantoms, Modelling and Prediction, Wearable Monitoring.|
|Expertise Sought||I am looking for researchers with interest in emerging methods for diagnosis and monitoring of disease, collection of biological signals, and related signal and image processing to make descisions about the state of health. I am looking for collaborators to apply to the Advanced Computing or Medical Physics categories.|
Emily Porter has been an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin since 2019. Previously, she was an EU Marie-Curie Fellow in the Translational Medical Device Lab at the National Univeristy of Ireland Galway. She received her Ph.D. from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, in 2015, in Electrical Engineering with a focus on Computational and Applied Electromagnetics. Dr. Porter’s research focuses on the design and application of electromagnetic (EM)-based medical technologies, including for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. She also studies the dielectric properties of biologial tissues, which are fundamental to EM medical technologies.