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MUN MED 3D - Team



Michael Bartellas
Co-Founder / Medical Researcher


Michael is a third year medical student at Memorial University and is one of the original co-founders of the MUN Med 3D initiative. He is also heavily involved in 3D printing research involving orthopedic, otolaryngology, and reconstructive surgical applications.

Stephen Ryan
Co-Founder / Medical Researcher


Stephen is a fourth year medical student at Memorial University and one of the original co-founders of the MUN Med 3D initiative. He currently sits on the Advisory Board to provide direction and vision for the future. His 3D printing research involves designing tools, and telemedicine/rural applications.

Travis Pickett
Project Co-Lead / Medical Researcher


Travis is a second year medical student at Memorial Univeristy, one of the original researchers of MUN Med 3D and a chair on the Advisory Board. The focus of Travis’ research is on exploring how 3D printed anatomy can be used at the undergraduate medical level. He is also interested in utilizing 3D printing to increase adaptability in the lives of individuals with disabilities.

Dr. Adam Dubrowski
Principal Investigator


Adam is currently the principal investigator on a project designed to expand MUN MED 3D across Newfoundland and Labrador and the Atlantic region. His research interests are in the use of 3D printing in health education professions.

Dr. Gary Paterno
Medical Investigator / Advisory Board


Gary is a Professor of Oncology at Memorial University and currently sits on the Advisory Board for MUN Med 3D to provide direction and guidance for the future.


Greg Walsh
Project Manager


A graduate of Memorial University's Engineering program, Greg has worked in design and project management with both tech startups and heavy industrial fabricators. Greg's additional skills and experinece include CAD/3D modelling, design for manufacturing, 3D printing in a production environment, engineering research as well as product and business development.

Christine Goudie
Designer and Research Assistant


Christine brings in-depth experience spanning medical device research and design, healthcare simulation, 3D prototyping, clinical trial research and commercialization strategy for both Health Canada and the FDA (Class I, II & III medical devices). Her skills also include strategic marketing, medical illustration, branding, packaging design and app interface development. Christine is a graduate of Carleton University in Ottawa with a Master of Design (M.Des) degree in Industrial Design and Biomedical Engineering.

Nicole Bishop
Research Assistant 


Nicole brings over five years of human science and human factors research experience from her previous positions at MUN and Falck Safety Services Canada. Her experience involves connecting the field of human factors with simulation to enhance education, training and awareness. Nicole has a M.Sc. Kinesiology from Memorial University with a focus on Biomechanics and Human Factors. 

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