Sukhveer Sandhu, M.S., obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California in 2011. Towards the end of his undergraduate education he became involved in a number of research projects at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. After graduating he took up internships at Cedars Sinai's Neurosurgery, Surgery, and Gynaecology departments. During his time at Cedars Sinai he worked on cancer detection devices and performed data analysis for several studies, leading to authorship of several papers. He then went back to USC to obtain his master's in Neuroengineering. During his master's he was involved in USC/CHLA's biofeedback device study hosted by the Sanger Lab. He is currently working as a medical device engineer in UCSF's Surgical Innovations Program.