January 2022 - Present
Luis H. Olivas-Alanis is a Biomedical Engineer with a Master of Science degree on Manufacturing Systems. He is a PhD student at Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. He is member of the Advanced Manufacturing Research Group, headed by Dr. Ciro Rodriguez, and the Digital Manufacturing Laboratory (MADiT, Mexico). Currently, he is a Graduate Research Assistant at the Ostoengineering Lab, leading the Point-Of-Care Manufacturing projects, which aim to design, validate, and manufacture patient-specific implants. He is also contributing to the research of NiTi additively manufactured stiffness-matched bone implants and the Biomedical Device Initiative (BDI) project in collaboration with The James Comprehensive Cancer Center.