Lina Colucci is a PhD student at the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology (HST) Program. She is developing a sensor for non-invasive assessment of a person’s hydration state. The ultimate goal of her work is to help heart failure patients and their doctors accurately measure fluid status and prevent hospitalizations. Lina is passionate about healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship: she created “The Digital Health List,” was formerly co-director of MIT Hacking Medicine, and gave a TEDx talk about inventing the future of medicine. Lina is also a ballerina, an avid classical and jazz clarinetist, and a lover of art in all forms.