EECS Ph.D. candidate Alisha Menon (M.S. ’20, advisor: Jan Rabaey) has won a 2022 Outstanding Graduate Peer Mentor Award. This award, presented by The Graduate Assembly, honors four Berkeley graduate and professional students annually “who have shown an outstanding commitment to mentoring, advising, and generally supporting either undergraduate students or their fellow graduate students.” Menon’s research is in the area of neural engineering, an interdisciplinary field centered on the interface between humans and computers. Her focus is on digital integrated circuits and systems for biomedical applications, specifically the intersection of hardware-efficient machine learning algorithms, physiological sensor fusion, gesture recognition, and closed-loop neural prosthetic feedback. Menon won an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and UC Berkeley Fellowship in 2018. She is also an accomplished theater actress and Indian Classical dancer.