Jasmine Patel is a consultant in the Biomedical Engineering practice at Exponent. Jasmine's expertise lies in the development and evaluation of medical devices, from feasibility to market release, with a focus on biomaterials, drug delivery combination products, and cardiovascular devices. She has experience with orthopedic, reconstructive, and endovascular medical devices and active implantable devices. Her research interests include MRI compatibility of medical devices, cardiovascular and orthopedic tissue mechanics, infection of medical devices, and cardiovascular device retrieval analysis. Jasmine also holds a research faculty appointment at the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems at Drexel University. Prior to joining Exponent, Jasmine spent over 14 years of hands-on experience in the field of biomedical engineering conducting research at Harvard Medical School, the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University, and leading new product development in the medical device industry. She was a postdoctoral fellow at Case where she focused on the origin and control of infection related to implantable medical devices. Before that, she was the Senior Scientist at Icon Interventional Systems, a cardiovascular device startup. Jasmine has also served as an advisor to a London-based healthcare consulting firm and has conducted technical and marketing assessments for Indian firms on potential opportunities in the medical device sector.