Dr. Jon Wilensky, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, was born and raised in New York City. He attended The Stuyvesant High School, and at 17, Jon was 1 of just 9 high school seniors across the nation invited to attend both undergraduate and medical school at the University of Michigan as part of the 7-Year Integrated BS-MD program. At 24, he completed his MD degree, matching into the Integrated Plastic Surgery residency program at the University of Michigan. Currently, Dr. Wilensky is entrenched in the emerging world of implantable biotechnology and cellular therapeutics. He has been the Lead Surgeon on two clinical trials involving implantable sensors and implantable cell therapy, and consults for numerous other early- and mid-stage companies with such technologies. His work is widely known throughout the United States, Canada, Western Europe, and Israel. Designated as an Emerging Leader in Biotechnology, Dr. Wilensky received a Fellowship to complete an MBA from the University of California-San Diego Rady School of Management, with an emphasis on Technology Commercialization, Disruptive Innovation & Entrepreneurship. While at Rady, Dr. Wilensky Co-Founded Braykion, a digital health technology company tackling the preventable problem of hospital acquired infections tied to healthcare worker non-compliance with handwashing guidelines. Dr. Wilensky currently focuses his Plastic Surgery patient care on Palomar Health, the largest public health district in California, and a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. He strives to apply his passion for innovative technology to the reconstructive care of his patients. Dr. Wilensky enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters (ages 12 and 15). An avid outdoorsman, Dr. Wilensky has climbed Mt. Shasta twice, Mt. Rainier, and completed a grueling 24-hour endurance walk across-and-back the Grand Canyon seven times. He is currently training for the GACCF Climb for Hope of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa.