Nanodropper

the team

   Allisa Song    Allisa is a first-year medical student at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. She graduated with a dual degree in Psychology Honors and Biology from the University of Washington in 2015. She hopes to use her background in neurobiology research, harm-reduction, and entrepreneurship to bring future healthcare reform.

Allisa Song

Allisa is a first-year medical student at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. She graduated with a dual degree in Psychology Honors and Biology from the University of Washington in 2015. She hopes to use her background in neurobiology research, harm-reduction, and entrepreneurship to bring future healthcare reform.

  Elias Baker   Elias is a mechanical engineer specializing in design and prototyping. His broad background includes projects with SpaceX, Spacelabs Healthcare, Kestra Medical Technologies, and McKinstry. His passion is within the biomedical industry, making advances in biomechanics.

Elias Baker

Elias is a mechanical engineer specializing in design and prototyping. His broad background includes projects with SpaceX, Spacelabs Healthcare, Kestra Medical Technologies, and McKinstry. His passion is within the biomedical industry, making advances in biomechanics.

 
  Jennifer Steger   Jennifer is a third year graduate student and PhD candidate in the Pharmacology Graduate Program at the University of Washington. When she’s not in the lab, Jenny enjoys using her biomedical research background to brainstorm and develop solutions to combat health inequities.

Jennifer Steger

Jennifer is a third year graduate student and PhD candidate in the Pharmacology Graduate Program at the University of Washington. When she’s not in the lab, Jenny enjoys using her biomedical research background to brainstorm and develop solutions to combat health inequities.

  Mackenzie Andrews   Mackenzie is a device design engineer pursuing her master’s degree in bioengineering at the University of Washington with a focus on technology commercialization. She is passionate about designing and engineering solutions to address current healthcare problems with an expressed interest in device commercialization.

Mackenzie Andrews

Mackenzie is a device design engineer pursuing her master’s degree in bioengineering at the University of Washington with a focus on technology commercialization. She is passionate about designing and engineering solutions to address current healthcare problems with an expressed interest in device commercialization.