Collrane Frivold is a Program Associate at PATH, an international nonprofit and leader in global health innovation, in the Devices and Tools Program’s Delivery and Packaging Technologies Portfolio. In that capacity, she contributes to the development of tools and methods that improve the safety, acceptability, and effectiveness of the vaccine and drug delivery. Collrane is committed to researching innovations that save lives and improve health in underserved and remote areas, especially through increasing equitable access to vaccines and essential medicines. She is very excited about several 3D printing applications that could improve health including rapid prototyping, printing medical devices like prosthetics, and printing solid dose forms for pharmaceuticals. Collrane holds an MSPH degree in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Occidental College.