Bryan Ranger

Biomechatronics
  • Research Assistant

Bryan Ranger is currently an NSF Graduate Research Fellow and PhD candidate in Medical Engineering/Medical Physics in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Program, and holds an M.S.E. and B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Michigan. He is completing his doctoral research jointly in the Biomechatronics Group of the MIT Media Lab and the Computational Instrumentation and Device Realization Lab of MIT's Institute for Medical Engineering and Science, under the supervision of Professor Hugh Herr and Dr. Brian W. Anthony. His graduate research focuses on developing ultrasound imaging technology to facilitate the design and fabrication of prosthetic interfaces. Bryan is also an instructor at the MIT D-Lab where he co-teaches 'Prosthetics for the Developing World'. Prior to MIT, Bryan performed research in ultrasound tomography at the Karmanos Cancer Institute and Delphinus Medical Technologies. Additionally, he has a long-standing interest in international development and cost-effective healthcare innovation, having worked on global health initiatives in Zambia, Uganda, Kenya, India, the WHO, and USAID.

Bryan Ranger is currently an NSF Graduate Research Fellow and PhD candidate in Medical Engineering/Medical Physics in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Program, and holds an M.S.E. and B.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Michigan. He is completing his doctoral research jointly in the Biomechatronics Group of the MIT Media Lab and the Computational Instrumentation and Device Realization Lab of MIT's Institute for Medical Engineering and Science, under the supervision of Professor Hugh Herr and Dr. Brian W. Anthony. His graduate research focuses on developing ultrasound imaging technology to facilitate the design and fabrication of prosthetic interfaces. Bryan is also an instructor at the MIT D-Lab where he co-teaches 'Prosthetics for the Developing World'. Prior to MIT, Bryan performed research in ultrasound tomography at the Karmanos Cancer Institute and Delphinus Medical Technologies. Additionally, he has a long-standing interest in international development and cost-effective healthcare innovation, having worked on global health initiatives in Zambia, Uganda, Kenya, India, the WHO, and USAID.