Leaders in the field, passionate about this technology.
It takes an entire team of dedicated experts to reinvent a breast imaging trial experience that puts women first. Meet the team who are devoted to bringing this new science, new experience, and an new understating of breast health to all women.
“As a mother of a daughter, I am hoping this technology will change the way her generation, as well as generations to follow, will experience breast imaging!”
Rachel is the Lead Ultrasound Technologist at Marin Breast Health Trial Center. She has studied Diagnostic Radiography in London and has a Master of Science degree in Medical Ultrasound. As the ‘hands on’ staff member, Rachel will guide you through your examination and welcome your feedback as she interacts with our medical doctors and engineers who continue to improve this new imaging modality.
“I am passionate about health promotion and preventative health. I am excited about the work of Marin Breast Health Trial Center to further the breadth of preventative health opportunities for women.”
Janel is a skilled public health professional experienced in working with health and social services agencies to develop areas of program implementation, evaluation, training, and research. She enjoys integrating her experiences through community collaboration to promote population health.
“I am very excited to join the Marin Breast Health Trial Center team to contribute towards advances in women’s health. Breast health and self-knowledge are crucial components of overall human health services.”
Caiti came to Marin Breast Health Trial Center with a background in high level administrative support and a master’s degree in Public Administration. As a local resident and professional she is excited to have Marin Breast Health Trial Center in her community and we’re excited to have her as part of our team.
“It is an honor to work for such a unique and purpose driven company. The technology has the potential to improve women's healthcare by giving radiologist a clear and accurate visual of the breast anatomy.”
Robin Terry is a Biomedical Engineer for QT Ultrasound. She started the volunteer study in Novato, CA, with the goal of introducing this great new ultrasound system to the surrounding area.