Joshua Gale is an undergraduate Biomedical Engineering student at UTSA currently entering his senior year. He is passionate about 3D-printing, biomaterials, drug delivery, and regenerative medicine. For roughly 8 years Joshua managed a top chain jewelry store in Chicago, and Texas and he was awarded several awards for his management and selling skills. Meshing his leadership skills together with his passion for Biomedical Engineering Joshua now leads the Chronic Wound Bandage Project in which he is developing an integrated bandage for patient at-home use that not only focuses on tissue regeneration and maturation, but also promotes healing for diabetic foot lesions. Joshua also plays an integral role in the Multistage Polymer Project. This project focuses on developing a minimally invasive 3-D printed implantable device for long-term drug delivery. After graduating, it is his hope to pursue a PhD while researching artificial kidney design and implantation. In his free time, Joshua enjoys playing basketball and moding his Mustang.