Nevada Sanchez is the co-founder and VP of Core Technology at Butterfly Network, Inc. where he developed the Ultrasound-on-Chip technology behind the Butterfly iQ, the world’s first handheld whole-body ultrasound system.
In 2010, Nevada graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a dual bachelor of science in electrical engineering and computer science (EECS) and mathematics and a minor in physics. In 2011, Nevada received a master of engineering in EECS, where he developed computational hardware and software for a novel radio telescope concept for imaging the early universe.
Nevada is a Hertz Fellow and has been granted 55 patents.
2015, Forbes “30 Under 30: Science”, Forbes