Serving as UIF Since: Spring 2015
School: La Salle University
What he does now: 3D Clinical Engineer, Johnson & Johnson, Active UIF
What that means: He designs, validates and oversees all medlcal 3D printing within Johnson & Johnson's medical device companies at their 3D Printing Center of Excellence.
Contact him about: 3D Printing, Biomedicine, medical prototypes or just in general as your #1 hype man
Trans, or best known as “RJ,” is a current University Innovation Fellow who graduated from La Salle University with a BS in Integrated Science, Business and Technology “ISBT” with a concentration in Biomedical Engineering. He joined the University Innovation Fellows program to promote innovation and design thinking methodology on his campus as well as in his hometown of Philadelphia. By immersing himself in the UI Fellows program, RJ has not only impacted his university’s campus of 5,000 students, but Philadelphia as a whole. He currently is a 3D Clinical Engineer for Johnson & Johnson and is the lead engineer for J&J's Trauma Division focusing on Orthopedic and Spinal medicine. His goal is to transfer into Johnson & Johnson's Biomedicine/Bioprinting Division to achieve his goal of printing organs and tissue for a better and sustainable life.
Silicon Valley Meetup in March 2017: