Ryan M. DiNapoli
Ryan M. DiNapoli joined MRA Forensic Sciences in October 2018. Ryan has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Iowa (2014) in Human Physiology and a Master of Science degree from the University of Utah (2020) in Mechanical Engineering.
While at the University of Utah, Ryan was a member of the Ergonomics and Safety research laboratory wherein his thesis involved the design, fabrication, and validation of a test fixture that measures the mechanical properties of vehicle seats to better understand how their material properties affect occupant kinematics in low-speed rear-end motor vehicle accidents.
Ryan joined MRA Forensics in 2018 while studying at the University of Utah and transitioned into a full-time engineer following the completion of his studies in 2020. His work at MRA focuses on accident reconstruction, liability analysis, and occupant kinematics.
Before beginning graduate school, Ryan worked in injury biomechanics research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Mr. DiNapoli also worked with the U.S. Army in the development of a new Anthropomorphic Test Device (ATD) related to blast-induced loading.
Outside of work, Ryan is dominating the local adult rec league competition, playing soccer and sand volleyball year-round. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he has also enjoyed taking advantage of everything Utah has to offer, playing lots of golf, going on hiking and rock-climbing adventures, and exploring the surrounding State and National Parks.
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