Miguel Dias is currently pursuing a bachelors degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and in Biomedical Engineering with a focus on Computational Biology at Johns Hopkins University (2017).
He is on the Student Advocacy Board which manages the 50+ student service groups on campus and that organizes school wide events. He is a also tutor at the Baltimore City Jail, working at the mental health unit.
Miguel is an undergraduate researcher at the Grayson Laboratory for Craniofacial & Orthopaedic Tissue Engineering. He is currently working on developing 3D printed patient specific bone grafts and a novel technique for external ear reconstruction.
With a passion for science, technology and social entrepreneurship, Miguel hopes to one day be able to develop low-cost, low-tech solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues.