Maro is currently a Global Solutions Architect at Dassault Systèmes. He also serves as an advisor to early stage startups.
Previously, Maro worked as a Senior R&D Engineer at Medtronic in Galway, Ireland, where he is developing new heart valve replacement delivery technology and as Head of Product at Yobi.app, working on the next generation of communication and collaboration technology for the digital economy.
Before Medtronic, Maro worked for Capsa Healthcare in Portland, Oregon, where he was the technical lead of R&D and product development for a new medication dispensing product.
He was a co-founder of Prevue, a start-up that provided patient-specific 3D models to doctors for surgical planning, diagnosis and patient education. Prior to Prevue, he worked on fuel cell and solar power systems, LED lighting, control hardware design, and open source audio equipment. He attended Yale University and has a degree in mechanical engineering. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
High school: Edmund Burke School
Yale UniversityNew Haven, CT
|2003||B.S. Mechanical Engineering|
News and Highlights
Model Citizen: In September, Maro Sciacchitano '99, competed in the International Create Challenge 2012 in Martingy, Switzerland. His team was a awarded an 10 thousand dollar prize for developing a method for producing 3 dimensional physical models of the human brain from medical imaging data. The team hopes this technology will open a new window to understanding brain structure and pave the way towards leveraging 3-D printing technology in neuroscience and other medical disciplines. Congratulations!