Meet the people behind MakerHealth
The MakerHealth team includes international MIT trained engineers and Health Science and Technology faculty with 10 years of experience researching and designing medical technology. The team launched the first hospital makerspace in America and developed the first academic course on the design of DIY Medical Technology. MakerHealth team is guided by a research foundation from MIT lab that has yielded affordable diagnostics, construction kit design theory, and institutional innovation research.
Anna Young
Co-Founder and CEO
Medical Device Archeologist, TEDMED Speaker, Fast Company Most Creative Business People, MIT Lecturer
Favorite prototype you made: a solar powered autoclave.
Jose Gomez-Marquez
TED Fellow, MIT Faculty, Director Little Devices Lab
Favorite prototype you made: a solar powered autoclave.
Nikolas Albarran
Principal Engineer
Graduated from MIT with Mechanical Engineer and Product Design degree.
Favorite prototype you made: a manual steering system for power wheelchairs.
Ellie Pearlman
Principal Designer
Northwestern University, Dartmouth College
Favorite prototype you designed: medical making kits.
Max-Philipp Schrader
Senior Computer Scientist
TU München and MIT
Favorite prototype you made: a gamified spirometer and app.