Resident Innovation Training Pathway Health technologies such as therapeutics, medical devices, and digital tools have great potential to transform the delivery of healthcare and encourage personalized medicine. To encourage the development, validation, and implementation of such technologies through a real-world ‘biodesign’ innovation experience, we recently created a Health Technology Innovation Training Pathway for the Montefiore Einstein Internal Medicine Residency Program. Through this initiative, Internal Medicine third-year residents are paired with and mentored by participants of the Montefiore Einstein Innovation Biodesign Training Program. Training Pathway Participants Jang Kim, MD Jang was born in Seoul, South Korea and moved to the U.S. when he was 10. After completing his undergraduate degree at the Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, he worked as a strategy consultant for Strategy&, part of PwC, and as a board member for the Pediatric AIDS Chicago Prevention Initiative. He subsequently attended the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell during which he served as the co-chair of the student-run free clinic. He is currently an Internal Medicine resident at Montefiore Einstein. His areas of interest include gastroenterology, obesity medicine, culinary medicine, and healthcare management Kimberline Chew, MD Kimberline was born and raised in Singapore and Shanghai, China. She completed her undergraduate studies in Biology and Bioinformatics at Duke University then attended Stony Brook University for medical school. She is currently completing her Internal Medicine Residency at Montefiore Einstein. Her areas of interests are advances in technology and innovation particularly in the Gastroenterology field, and addressing health disparities. Jeremy Ziring, MD Jeremy is a Primary Care/Social Internal Medicine resident at Montefiore. He received his BA in Biological Sciences from the University of Chicago and his MD from New York University School of Medicine. He has prior experience in health informatics working for New York City Health + Hospitals and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. His interests are in using data analytics and health technology to improve primary care delivery and population health, particularly for patients with complex medical and psychosocial needs. Aditya Hublikar, MD Aditya is a current Internal Medicine resident at Montefiore Einstein. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, where he was first exposed to the field of healthcare technology through his research in cardiovascular modeling. He then moved on to complete medical school at Rutgers NJMS, during which he spent a summer at Vanderbilt Medical Center working on the Artificial Kidney Project. His interests include medical education, optimizing technology in clinical medicine, and leveraging software to enhance the patient-provider relationship. Shiri Nawrocki, MD Shiri is a Dermatology resident at Montefiore Einstein. She received her medical degree from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in 2020, graduating with a Distinction in Research. Prior to medical school, she worked as a chemist at Colgate-Palmolive Company where she developed and patented multiple antiperspirant and antimicrobial compounds. Her areas of interest include product development, digital health and medical devices.