Taylor Greenberg Goldy

Taylor Greenberg Goldy


Taylor is a true believer in cross-disciplinary research and collaboration. She worked at Harvard’s Wyss Institute designing textile-based, lower-extremity exosuits alongside a team of engineers, clinicians and designers. She also spent a summer as a grant student at NASA, re-designing intravehicular activity (IVA) apparel for astronauts on long-duration missions to Mars, as well as engineering a cooling device for ballistic vests worn by NASA security personnel.

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