restor3d’s Cambre Kelly named Forbes 30 under 30
Cambre cofounded restor3d while researching her doctoral thesis in biomedical engineering at Duke University. The startup, spun out of Duke’s Office for Translation & Commercialization, creates personalized orthopedic devices using 3D printing, biomaterials, biomechanics, and AI. In addition to serving as restor3d’s CTO, Cambre founded Reselute, a startup focused on treating implant infections that received an SBIR award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Cambre earned her Ph.D. from the Duke University Pratt School of Engineering. Well done, and well-deserved, Cambre!
Proud of all of our Duke Capital Partners portfolio founders. Three Forbes 30 under 30 winners in our portfolio family this year alone — along with Kasper Kubica, David Spratte and previous Forbes 30 under 30 honorees Hyun Kim, Ivonna Dumanyan, Tatiana Birgisson, and a total of ten portfolio founders who’ve received this prestigious honor from Forbes. Go Duke!