Caroline Wolfe

Caroline has a B.S. in mechanical engineering with a concentration in biomechanics from the George Washington University. She will be starting graduate school for biomedical engineering at Imperial College London in September 2017 and has an interest in prosthetic development and assistive devices.

Caroline Wolfe

Assistive Devices in Low-Income Countries: Adaptability and Recent Innovations

October 9, 2017

The elderly and people with disabilities in low- and middle-income countries remain underserved with poor access to assistive technology....

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Caroline Wolfe

Manual wheelchair design and production in low-resource settings

August 28, 2017

Complex challenges await designers developing wheelchairs for low-resource settings, but the result could be life-changing for the people who...

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