Crew 183

 

Julielynn Wong, Crew Commander

Julielynn Wong is a Harvard-educated physician-scientist, innovator, and educator whose life’s mission is to take technology to the extreme to benefit the world.  She founded (i) 3D4MD, a social enterprise that 3D printed the first medical supplies on the International Space Station, and (ii) Medical Makers, a global community of 140+ innovators, patients and healthcare providers in 10 countries who make sustainable solutions to save lives, time, and money at home, abroad, and in space.  Julielynn served as an analog astronaut for NASA’s Human Exploration Research Analog IX and the Mars Desert Research Station Crew 145 mission simulations.


Dean Jin, Health & Safety Officer

Dean Jin earned his PhD in Computing and Information Science from Queen’s University and has taught over 1,200 students. He has over 10 years of executive experience and has managed healthcare technology projects totaling over $10 million. Dean is committed to making a difference in healthcare by delivering patient-centered technology solutions to support access to safe and effective treatment in rural and remote settings.


Ashton Stoop, Crew Engineer

Ashton Stoop is an undergraduate student studying Biomechanical Engineering at Queen’s University. He led a medical design project in Dhaka, Bangladesh and has 2 pending patents. Ashton is excited to see how his design experience in medical devices can translate to optimizing the amount of equipment brought into space during transit to Mars.


Toluwa Fayemi, Crew Astronomer

Toluwa Fayemi is a Physics and Astronomy student at the University of Western Ontario with special focuses in Engineering Science and Mechatronic Engineering. He is the VP of Youth Engagement for the Western Chapter of Engineers Without Borders and the Co-VP of Outreach for Western’s Physics And Astronomy Association. Toluwa oversees humanitarian design projects for the London Chapter of Medical Makers.


Jordan Bowden, Greenhab Officer

Jordan Bowden graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Arts in Geography with First Class Honours.  He is a past Oceanpath Fellow, a MaRS Studio[Y] Fellow, and founder of a successful laser cutting and 3D printing services business.  Jordan is a lifelong Maker and social innovator who is interested in using digital fabrication tools to create a more accessible world.