Betty Xiong


“Betty’s goal is to work at the interface of academia and industry to bring new data science technologies to the clinical setting.”


Betty Xiong, 2021 Fulbright Future Scholar (Funded by The Kinghorn Foundation)
The Australian National University to Stanford University | Biomedical Informatics

Betty is a biomedical engineer with a focus on patient-generated data in medical devices, for more effective ways of diagnosing and treating conditions. She has conducted research at institutions such as the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, The University of Tokyo, ETH Zurich and the University of Singapore. She has worked on wearable medical sensors at the start-up company WearOptimo and has a keen interest in working at the interface of academia and industry to bring new data science technologies to the clinical setting.

As a Fulbright Scholar, Betty will study a Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics at Stanford University. She will develop professional connections within biomedical data science, and her goal is to be a leader in the medical innovation landscape in Australia.

Find out more about the current cohort of Fulbright Scholars HERE.