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Sakshi Sardar, PhD

Senior Scientific Director, Quantitative Medicine at Critical Path Institute

Location: Tucson, AZ United States

Dr. Sakshi Sardar received a bachelor of technology degree in electronics and communication engineering from the National institute of Technology, Durgapur, a master’s degree in biomedical engineering and a PhD in electrical and computer engineering and quantitative biomedicine from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. She joined the Critical Path Institute in 2019 as a part of the quantitative medicine team and has since worked on applying digital health technology-based assessments toward drug development for Parkinson’s disease and type 1 diabetes. She has experience working with sensing modalities, curation and processing of high-volume sensor data, artificial intelligence and machine learning processes, as well as developing clinical insights from sensor data. She works in a highly collaborative environment, leveraging the experience of experts in disease studies, regulatory science and quantitative medicine to build actionable solutions.

Associated Grants

  • Evaluation of Glunomab, a Novel Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease


  • Evaluation of Assessments Made by Digital Health Technology


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