Bryan Ranger

Instructor (D-Lab: Developing World Prosthetics)

Contact: branger@MIT.EDU

Bryan is excited to be returning as a co-instructor for and is co-instructor of D-Lab: Developing World Prosthetics. Bryan, who holds a a MS and BSE in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Michigan, is currently a PhD student in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics through the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology program. He is a graduate research assistant in the Biomechatronics Group at the MIT Media Lab and the Device Realization Lab at MIT's IMES, where he is researching how ultrasound imaging technologies can be used for prosthetic socket design. Bryan has a long-standing interest in global public health, medical innovation, technology for international development, and social entrepreneurship. He has worked on projects in Zambia, Uganda, Kenya, and for organizations including the World Health Organization and USAID.