Members & Collaborators


Dr. Satish Viswanath is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University. He is a Member of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center as well as an Associate Member of the Cleveland Digestive Diseases Research Core Center. He received his Bachelors Degree in Information Technology from Mumbai University (India) in 2004, his MSc in Medical Imaging from the University of Aberdeen (UK) in 2005, and his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Rutgers University (USA) in 2012. He joined the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University as Assistant Research Professor in 2012. In 2016, he accepted the position of Assistant Professor in the department, directing the INVent Lab. He serves as Associate Editor for 3 leading journal publications, as Area Chair in 3 medical imaging conferences, and as co-leader of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Machine Learning Working Group. In 2020, he was named as one of Crain’s Business Cleveland “40 under 40”. His research in colorectal cancers and digestive diseases has been funded through the NIH/NCI, the DOD/CDMRP, the Cleveland DDRCC, and the State of Ohio.

Research Engineers


Amir Reza Sadri


Graduate Students

Prathyush Chirra

Siddhartha Nanda

Charlems Alvarez-Jiminez

Pavithran Giriprakash

Ziwei Liu

Thomas DeSilvio

Undergraduate Students

  • Sophia Hall

  • Juan Garcia

  • Avani Muchhala

  • Hoa Le

  • Katelin Amann


  • Jacob Antunes, PhD (Senior Research Scientist, MIM Software)

  • Zhouping Wei, PhD (Biological Image Analyst, University of Michigan)

  • Michael Yim (MD, Northeast Ohio Medical University)

  • Neil Sehgal (BS, Brown University)

  • Amrish Selvam (MD, University of Pittsburgh)

  • Elysa Jui (PhD, Rice University)

  • Raza Agha (Software Engineer, Infor)

  • Iulia Barbur (Medical School)

  • Nitya Talasila (BS, George Tech)

  • Greg Penzias (Consultant, Definens Inc)

  • Nikita Agrawal (Technical Services, Epic)





May 2019

December 2018

Summer 2018