R & D Dev/Ops Engineer
Childrens National Health System
Washington, District of Columbia – United States
Tyler Salvador is a mechanical engineer at Children’s National Health System. He has served as a research and development engineer in the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Engineering since 2016. In that time, he has provided technical assistance for devices belonging to the Cardiology and Otolaryngology departments. He also worked with the Pulmonology department to develop a deflation flow-volume curve machine, tested in expired swine. Most notably, he has worked alongside the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation department in the development of three devices; a power mobility training platform for the youngest children affected by neurological disorders, a video-game based ankle rehabilitation robot, and a video-game based hippotherapy alternative. His specialties include computer aided design, and rapid prototyping. He completed his undergraduate degree in 2016 at The University of Maryland, College Park, graduating with university and mechanical engineering honors.
Wednesday, November 6
4:45 PM – 6:00 PM