Dana Lewis BA
OpenAPS, Seattle, Washington
After building her own DIY “artificial pancreas,” Dana Lewis helped found the open source artificial pancreas movement (known as “OpenAPS”), making safe and effective artificial pancreas technology available (sooner) for people with diabetes around the world. She is Principal Investigator for a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded grant project to work to scale patient-led innovation and scientific discovery in more patient communities, as well as co-PI on numerous other diabetes data science and APS-related grant projects. She authored the book, 'Automated Insulin Delivery: How artificial pancreas “closed loop” systems can aid you in living with diabetes', to help more people understand automated insulin delivery systems.