Camila Uzcategui is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her work focuses on 3D printing biomaterials for tissue engineering. Specifically, she works on understanding and developing new materials for 3D printing to mimic the native environment of various tissues. Camila uses a custom-built 3D printer to fabricate scaffolds that can be infilled with stem cells for tissue engineering and regeneration. She received a BS in Physics from Florida International University and a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Colorado Boulder. Her latest paper on additive manufacturing, “Microscale Photopatterning of Through-Thickness Modulus in a Monolithic and Functionally Graded 3D-Printed Part,” is published online in Small Science. She has presented her work at Rapid + TCT, SFB and ORS. Camila is passionate about improving healthcare through 3D printing and increasing diversity in STEM through mentorship and outreach.