Dr. Alice Ferng is an engineer and scientist who is very passionate about medical technology, healthcare, and education. During her studies as an MD/PhD candidate at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, she became enamored with ways that technology could be used to augment medicine and health, and began to explore these possibilities during her PhD. She built her own 3D bioprinter for stem cells and biologics and worked on other medical devices and mobile health apps, with some utilizing Virtual/Augmented Reality. Alice has worked in many clinical translational laboratories, most recently interacting with cardiac transplant patients while working on cardiac organogenesis (growing hearts in bioreactors), and stem cell therapies. She has also been involved with multiple medical education companies, including Osmosis, Kenhub, and Picmonic. These days, she is involved in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning algorithm development for various healthcare applications, and in medical device/wearable technology development.