Tatiana Kelil, MD is a radiology resident at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School.  Prior to obtaining her medical degree, she worked as a Registered Nurse, which has driven her to be interested in patient advocacy and health policy.  Currently she is working to define applications of 3D printing that will improve patient outcomes and allow delivery of patient specific care with emphasis on breast reconstruction for breast cancer survivors, cardiothoracic and urological surgeries.  She obtained her Medical degree from Chicago Medical School.

Beth Ripley, MD, PhD, is a clinical fellow in cardiovascular imaging at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Art History from Stanford University and her MD and PhD in Neurosciences from University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. Currently she is exploring applications of 3D printing in surgical planning with an emphasis on structural heart disease. She also has a special interest in patient education, shared decision-making and informed consent.

James Weaver Ph.D., is a Senior Research Scientist at Harvard University’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Aquatic Biology and Ph.D. in Marine Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and went on to pursue postdoctoral studies in Molecular Biology, Chemical Engineering, Physics, and Earth Sciences. Working at the interface between zoology, materials science, and multi-material additive manufacturing, his main research interests focus on investigating structure function relationships in hierarchically ordered biological composites and the fabrication of their synthetic analogs.

Ahmed Hosny, is a research fellow at Harvard University’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering working on additive manufacturing and medical device efforts. He received a Master’s degree in Design Technology from the Harvard Graduate School of Design with a focus on Material Analytics. His work bridges design computation, material mechanics and data analytics. Recent projects include a crowd-based structural optimization tool for the web, art evaluation prediction routines and topology optimization tools for designers. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from the American University of Sharjah and has practiced in China for 4 years.