Orr Zohar, from Haifa, Israel, is pursuing a PhD in electrical engineering at Stanford School of Engineering. He graduated summa cum laude from the Technion with a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering and a master’s degree in electrical engineering. Orr aspires to research, develop, and translate novel biomedical/multiphysics imaging technologies for the improvement of surgical care and surgical care accessibility. Before coming to Stanford, he was a data analytics engineer at proteanTecs and a junior researcher at the Technion's LNBD, where he developed soft electronic platforms that can heal, detect damage, and serve as multifunctional electronic skins. During his undergraduate degree, Orr worked as a visiting undergraduate researcher at the de la Zerda group, Stanford University, where he developed OCT image processing algorithms for improved molecular contrast and depth-of-field. Orr is a Bazan Group scholar and was awarded the Sieden family prize for his contributions to YBCO-based photon detectors' development.