Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine

The promise of regenerative medicine is truly remarkable. Over the last two decades, significant breakthroughs in understanding within the regenerative medicine and tissue engineering fields have yielded a more intimate understanding of the functioning of human tissue. In the future, new technologies may deliver islet cells for diabetes, neural regeneration for spinal cord injuries and more substantial heart repair. In addition, as biology, bioengineering and medicine continue to converge, the regenerative medicine field may succeed in building three-dimensional organs like hearts, kidneys or livers.

Traditionally, researchers in the BioE program focus was on replacement of tissues or growing cell-based substitutes outside the body for implantation into the body. However, as the field has evolved over the last decade, researchers have broadened their approach from a focus on tissue engineering to one that includes repair and regeneration.

Projects range from creating better techniques for wound repair to peripheral nerve regeneration. In addition, BioE researchers are using advanced bioengineering methods to develop technologies that will facilitate the transfer of research in musculoskeletal biology and regenerative medicine for treatment of wounded soldiers.

Associate Professor
Research Interests:

Host responses to combination products, biomaterial interactions with dendritic cells, tissue engineering for rheumatoid arthritis, targeted DNA vaccine delivery, and biomaterial-applied immunology.

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Principal Research Scientist
Research Interests:

Collaborative robotics

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Interests:

Tissue engineering and biomaterials, microvascular growth and remodeling, stem cell engineering The Botchwey Laboratory takes a multidisciplinary approach for improvement of tissue engineering therapies through study of microvascular remodeling, inflammation resolution and host stem cells. Our goal is development of effective new strategies to repair, replace, preserve or enhance tissue or organ function. 

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Interests:

Developing therapeutic protein materials, where the protein is both the drug and the delivery system Engineering proteins to control and understand protein particle self-assembly Repurposing and engineering pathogenic proteins for human therapeutics Creating materials that mimic cell-cell interactions to modulate immunological functions for various applications, including inflammation, cancer, autoimmune disease, and vaccination

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Assistant Professor
Research Areas:
BioImaging, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Stem Cell Engineering, Systems Biology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor
Research Interests:

Bone Tissue Engineering, Computational Design and Fabrication of Resorbable Scaffolds, Composite Scaffolds, Direct Digital Manufacturing Technologies, Large-Area Micro- and Nanoscale Photopolymerization, Patterning, and Interference Lithography Technologies, Laser Materials Processing.

Research Areas:
Nanotechnology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Interests:

Our laboratory focuses on various aspects of cardiac regeneration and preservation using molecular-based and biomaterials-based approaches to restoring function after cardiac injury

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor
Research Interests:

Bioengineering: lymphatics, lipid metabolism, biomechanics, biomedical optics, image processing, and tissue engineering.

Research Areas:
BioImaging, Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Research Interests:

The Dreaden Lab uses molecular engineering to impart augmented, amplified, or non-natural function to tumor therapies and immunotherapies. The overall goal of our research is to engineer molecular and nanoscale tools that can (i) improve our understanding of fundamental tumor biology and (ii) simultaneously serve as cancer therapies that are more tissue-exclusive and patient-personalized. The lab is housed on the Emory SOM campus and currently focuses on three main application areas: optically-triggered immunotherapies, combination therapies for pediatric cancers, and nanoscale cancer vaccines. Our work aims to translate these technologies into the clinic and beyond.

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor
Research Interests:

My research area is biomechanics and mechanobiology with focus on: Glaucoma, including studies of aqueous humour drainage, optic nerve head biomechanics, and stem cell therapies in glaucoma; and Mechanobiology of osteoarthritis.

Research Areas:
Biomechanics, Neuroengineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Executive Director, Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience, Regents' Professor, George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
Research Interests:

Biomolecular, cellular, and tissue engineering strategies to direct cell function for biomaterial and regenerative medicine applications.

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor - Joint Appointment in the School of Biomedical Engineering
Research Interests:

Cardiovascular mechanics, soft tissue growth and remodeling, and tissue engineering.

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
MBNA Bowman Chair & Professor,
Research Interests:

Neuromodulation using multielecrode arrays, closed loop control theory, and optogenetics for epilepsy and movement disorders. Computational modeling of epilepsy networks for model-based and non-model based feedback control of optogenetic and electrical neuromodulation. Neurorestoration using gene and cell-therapy based approaches for degenerative and injury conditions. The Translational Neuroengineering Research Lab uses neuromodulation for epilepsy using a combination of the following advanced techniques: 1) Multimicroelectrode electrical stimulation using novel parameters informed by optimization of input/output relationships (both model- and non-model based MIMO) using closed-loop control theory including adaptive learning and machine learning approaches; 2) Optogenetic activation and inhibition using all forms of available channels including step-function opsins. These approaches identify novel brain regions that have more widespread control and targets specific cell types for activation and inhibiton. Closed loop control using multielecrode arrays informs and controls neuromodulation. 3) Hardware independent ‘luminopsins’: novel gene therapy approaches combining bioluminescent proteins with optogenetic channels for hardware independent, widespread and activity-regulatable neuromodulation. We use a combination of in vitro models, animal models (mouse, rat, non-human primate) and human patients undergoing epilepsy and deep brain stimulation surgery as our experimental models. In addition, the laboratory has developed novel gene therapy vectors for neurorestoration targeting key pivotal proteins regulating axon outgrowth in regenerative situations, including for Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injury and retinal degeneration.

Research Areas:
Neuroengineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor and Patsy and Alan Dorris Chair in Pediatric Technology
Research Interests:

My research interests focus on image-based computational design and 3D biomaterial printing for patient specific devices and regenerative medicine, with specific interests in pediatric applications. Clinical application interests include airway reconstruction and tissue engineering, structural heart defects, craniofacial and facial plastics, orthopaedics, and gastrointestinal reconstruction. We specifically utilize patient image data as a foundation to for multiscale design of devices, reconstructive implants and regenerative medicine porous scaffolds. We are also interested in multiscale computational simulation of how devices and implants mechanically interact with patient designs, combining these simulations with experimental measures of tissue mechanics. We then transfer these designs to both laser sintering and nozzle based platforms to build devices from a wide range of biomaterials.  Subsequently, we are interested in combining these 3D printed biomaterial platforms with biologics for patient specific regenerative medicine solutions to tissue reconstruction.

Research Areas:
Biomechanics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Interests:

Stem cell, tissue engineering, mitochondrial engineering and bioenergetics, aging, muscular dystrophy, and neuromuscular disease.

Research Areas:
Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Interests:

Microphysiological systems (Organ-on-a-Chip), Theranostic nanomaterials (Nanomedicine), Biomaterials, Microfluidics, Controls

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Nanotechnology, Neuroengineering, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Interests:

Traumatic brain and spinal cord injury, Neural tissue engineering, Injury biomechanics, Neural interfacing, and Cognitive impairment associated with brain injury and aging.

Research Areas:
Biomechanics, Neuroengineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor,
Research Interests:

I am a co-founder of STELAR: the Studio for Transforming Engineering Learning and Research. STELAR is a one-of-its-kind learning sciences research group embedded within the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University. Our goal is to contribute to changing the engineering workforce so that it is diverse and inclusive and fully leverages all of our national talent to effectively address the complex problems of the 21st century. We aspire to graduate students who have agency as inclusive engineers who understand the need for a diverse and inclusive engineering workforce and have the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to create, and thrive within, inclusive study and work environments.

Research Areas:
Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Director, Bioengineering Graduate Program
C.J. “Pete” Silas Endowed Chair and Professor
Research Interests:

Microfluidics; bioMEMS; behavior neuroscience; cell biology; automation and high throughput engineering approaches to biology and biotechnology.

Research Areas:
Nanotechnology, Neuroengineering, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
The Wallace H. Coulter Distinguished Faculty Chair in Biomedical Engineering & Professor
Research Interests:

Our research is in the areas of biomolecular engineering and nanotechnology, with a focus on bioconjugated nanoparticles for cancer molecular imaging, molecular profiling, pharmacogenomics, and targeted therapy.

Research Areas:
Nanotechnology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Interests:

Dr. Oshinski is well known for his collaborative efforts between Emory and Georgia Tech's Department of Biomedical Engineering, along with his dedication to advancing the technologies of MR imaging. One area of concentration is the development of Cardiovascular MRI for clinical and basic science applications. Dr. Oshinski has worked on development of the contrast-enhanced MRA and phase-contrast MR for rapid assessment of the aorta and the peripheral runoff vessels. He also Implemented SSFP cine imaging for rapid breath-hold assessment of cardiac function, IR recovery sequences for myocardial perfusion imaging, and creating a protocol for using MR coronary angiography to diagnose the proximal course of the coronary arteries.

Research Areas:
Biomechanics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor of surgery & BME
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Assistant Professor
Research Areas:
Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Assistant Professor
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor
Research Interests:

Tissue remodeling, HIV, cardiovascular disease, sickle cell disease strokes, and predictive medicine.

Research Areas:
Biomechanics, Stem Cell Engineering, Systems Biology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Assistant Professor
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Interests:

RNA regulation, single molecule imaging, and RNA virus pathogenesis

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Areas:
Biomechanics, Neuroengineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor and Director
Research Interests:

Evolution and development of functional systems.

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor
Research Interests:

Bioengineering and Microelectromechanical Systems: Atomic force microscopy, pathogen adhesion and endocytosis, cell biomechanics, single molecule biophysics, drug delivery and targeting, cell membrane mimetics, and biosensors.

Research Areas:
BioImaging, Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor
Research Interests:

The MNM Biotech Lab uses engineering expertise to assist life scientists in the study, diagnosis, and treatment of human disease. By developing better models of the body, we help advance drug discovery, increase understanding of the mechanisms of disease, and develop clinical treatments.

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Medical Robotics, Nanotechnology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Director
Research Interests:

Vascular biology with an emphasis on the role of vascular inflammation in the pathogenesis of hypertension, diabetes and atherosclerosis.

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Carol Ann and David D. Flanagan Professor
Research Interests:

Development of novel polymeric biomaterials, regeneration of tendon/ligament, and protein delivery for orthopaedic tissue engineering.

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Director of Research & Assistant Professor
Research Interests:

Spinal cord injury, stroke, intermittent hypoxia, rehabilitation, motor control, and whole limb mechanics.

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor
Research Areas:
Medical Robotics, Nanotechnology, Neuroengineering, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Assistant Professor
Research Interests:

Our research focuses on applying systems analysis approaches and engineering tools to identify novel clinical therapeutic targets for complex diseases. It is challenging to develop new treatments for these diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease (AD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), because they do not have a single genetic cause and they simultaneously present broad physiologic changes. By combining novel engineered in vitro platforms, mouse models, and multivariate computational systems analysis, we will be able to 1) capture a holistic systems-level understanding of complex diseases, and 2) isolate specific mechanisms driving disease. The ultimate goal of our laboratory is to use these tools to identify new mechanisms driving disease onset and progression that will translate to effective therapeutic strategies.

Research Areas:
Systems Biology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor
Research Interests:

Disruptive technologies enabled by nanoscale materials and devices will define our future in the same way that microtechnology has done over the past several decades. Our current research centers on the design and synthesis of novel nanomaterials for a broad range of applications, including nanomedicine, regenerative medicine, cancer theranostics, tissue engineering, controlled release, catalysis, and fuel cell technology. We are design and synthesize/fabricate novel nanomaterials that could serve as: 1) theranostic agents for cancer and other diseases; 2) multifucntional probes for cellular tracking; 3) smart capsules for site-specific, on-demand delivery; and 4) scaffolds for the repair or regeneration of tissues.

Research Areas:
Nanotechnology, Neuroengineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Chair for Translational Research & Regents' Professor
Research Interests:

Cardiovascular biomechanics; heart valve disease, repair and replacement; cardiac imaging; regenerative medicine; and pediatric cardiac bioengineering.

Research Areas:
Biomechanics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Professor and Interim Chair,
Research Interests:

The spinal cord is the gateway for information transfer between body and brain but is not simply a conduit. Within its central gray matter lie millions of neurons that integrate and coordinate complex sensory, motor and autonomic events. Spinal cord injuries can permanently sever descending command pathways and produce paralysis. After some time the injured cord often become hyper-responsive and may result in spasticity (hyperreflexia), autonomic dysfunction and devastating chronic pain syndromes. Brain modulatory systems regulate spinal cord excitability and it may be disruption of their actions that are primarily responsible for the hyperactivity seen after cord injury or in diseases states. A major goal of our lab is to understand how the major brain monoamine modulatory transmitters (serotonin, dopamine, and nor-adrenaline) regulate cord function. These transmitters have been linked to activation of the spinal cord circuitry generating locomotion, control of autonomic NS function, as well as the potent inhibition of spinal cord pain systems. Dysfunction is spinal dopamine is also strongly implicated in the emergence of Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS). We are also very interested in additional mechanisms that limit body sensations.

Current research in the lab focuses on:
 1. Non-classical control of body sensations. 
2. Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) and spinal cord dopamine.
 3. Plasticity of spinal cord function after injury.
 4. Regulation of spinal cord locomotor activity.
 5. Unusual modulatory mechanisms controlling spinal cord function.

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Interests:

Neuroengineering, Tissue Engineering, Organ-on-chips, Microfluidics, Drug Delivery, Cell Mechanics

Research Areas:
Nanotechnology, Neuroengineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Interests:

Retinal research, tissue regeneration

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
MS. in Bioengineering
Research Interests:

ImmunoEngineering, Biomaterials, Bioinstrumentation

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Nanotechnology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Associate Professor,
Research Interests:

Exploration of the coordination of skeletal muscle structure and function. This work has two thrusts: understanding the mechanism by which mechanical signals alter muscle structure and understanding the functional demands on muscle

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics, Neuroengineering
Research Interests:

Olivia is interested in the effects of both the structural and biochemical cues provided by the extracellular matrix on modulating cell phenotype and inflammation. She is currently working to create microcarriers to expand chondrocytes while maintaining their phenotype and direct the differentiation of stem cells. Olivia is also investigating the use of MSCs in combination with human amniotic membrane for osteoarthritis (OA) treatments in the context of modulating inflammation and OA progression.

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cell Engineering, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Neuroengineering, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics, Stem Cell Engineering, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cell Engineering, Biomaterials
Research Interests:

Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
PhD, MBA, Managing Innovation and Technology Commercialization
Research Interests:

Medical Device Innovation / Clinically Translational Technology

Research Areas:
Medical Robotics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomaterials
Research Interests:

Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering, Therapies for Increased Vascularization, Stem Cell Therapies

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics, Stem Cell Engineering, Biomaterials
Research Interests:

Microfluidics, Arterial Thrombosis, Platelets, vWF

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics
Adjunct Professor
Research Interests:

Guldberg’s research interests focus on musculoskeletal growth and development, functional regeneration following traumatic injury, and degenerative diseases, including skeletal fragility and osteoarthritis. His research is supported by the NIH, NSF, DoD, and several biotechnology companies and has resulted in over 150 book chapters and publications. Guldberg is a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) and holds several national leadership positions.

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics, Stem Cell Engineering
BioEngineering
Research Areas:
BioImaging, Biomechanics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Interests:

Lymphatic biology, lipid uptake and metabolism, obesity, lymphatic imaging, in situ imaging, image processing, vessel biomechanics, microfluidics, machine learning.

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
BioE
Research Areas:
BioImaging, Biomaterials, Nanotechnology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics
Bioengineering
Research Interests:

Drug delivery, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomaterials    

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Department Chair Emeritus
Research Interests:

Bioengineering aspects of vascular biology, thrombosis, inflammatory response, and infectious disease Cellular engineering

Research Areas:
Systems Biology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Bioengineering
Research Interests:

My research is focused on the growth, expansion, and differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells (hPSC) into human intestinal organoids (HIOs) using an engineered synthetic polyethylene glycol (PEG) hydrogel platform.

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Interests:

Systems Biology Computational Modeling, Personalized Medicine, Immunotherapeutics

Research Areas:
Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Bioengineering
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics
Bioengineering
Research Interests:

Immunology, organ-on-chip, immunotherapies

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Interests:

In-vitro models of disease

Research Areas:
BioImaging, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Stem Cell Engineering, Biomaterials
Research Interests: The Garcia Lab research activities focus on biomolecular, cellular, and tissue engineering strategies to direct cell function for biomaterial and regenerative medicine applications. These integrated strategies provide fundamental insights into mechanisms regulating cell-material interactions and constitute novel approaches to the engineering of bioactive materials for enhanced tissue repair. I am interested in looking at how mechanical and biological cues promote cell proliferation, spreading and differentiation. I hope the outcome of my research will assist work in regenerating skeletal muscle for patients suffering from volumetric muscle loss.
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Neuroengineering, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery
Bioengineering
Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Interests:

Cardiovascular Mechanics Soft tissue growth & remodeling Tissue engineering

Research Areas:
Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Assistant Professor
Research Interests:

Generation and regeneration of cells into hepatopancreatic lineages, Bone Morphogenetic Protein (BMP) 2b signaling, Zebrafish genetics, Morphogenesis and organogenesis

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Research Interests:

Biomaterials, Immunology, Tissue Engineering, Polymers

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Biomaterials
Graduate Student
Research Interests:

   

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics, Biomaterials
Bioengineering
Research Interests:

Microfluidics, Organoids, Microphysiological Systems

Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics
Research Areas:
Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Biomechanics, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Stem Cell Engineering, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
Ph.D. Student + R&D Engineer
Research Interests:

Neural Engineering + Biomaterials

Research Areas:
BioImaging, Medical Robotics, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Nanotechnology, Biomechanics, Neuroengineering, Pharmaceuticals & Drug Delivery, Stem Cell Engineering, Biomaterials
Research Areas:
Systems Biology, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, Nanotechnology