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We are a collaborative team of research scientists and trainees spanning several disciplines and a range of educational experiences. We believe diversity in thought is at the core of successful interdisciplinary research and scientific advancement. To this end, we welcome contributions from all individuals, drawing on their own unique scientific and personal backgrounds. We actively foster a supportive and equitable learning environment through mutual respect, social connection, and mentorship.
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honors and awards our group members have received.
Daniel Hunt Chemical Engineering Engineered Intestinal Microenvironments as Preclinical Drug Screening Platforms dhunt at stanford dot edu
Riley Suhar Materials Science ELP-based Nerve Guides for the Treatment of Peripheral Nerve Injury nsuhar at stanford dot edu
Bauer LeSavage Bioengineering Protein-Engineered Biomaterials for Probing Human Organoid and Stem Cell Behavior in 3D lesavage at stanford dot edu
Alexis Seymour Bioengineering Fabrication of in vitro Vascularization through Bio-Ink Design and Delivery of Engineered Growth Factors aseymour at stanford dot edu
Sarah Hull Chemical Engineering Bioorthogonally Crosslinked Hydrogels for 3D Bioprinting and Corneal Wound Healing smhull at stanford dot edu
Julien Roth Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine Biomaterial Platforms for Modeling Brain Development with Human Stem Cells jgroth at stanford dot edu
Pam Cai Chemical Engineering Microrheology of Mucus to Determine Role of Associated Bacteria and Bacteriophage pamcai at standford dot edu
Katarina Klett Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine Engineered Materials for Epithelial Morphogenesis kklett at stanford dot edu
Lucia Brunel Chemical Engineering Materials for 3D Bioprinting lbrunel at standford dot edu
Michelle Huang Chemical Engineering Protein-Engineered Biomaterials for Modeling Neural Development michuang at stanford dot edu
Yueming Liu Materials Science Microrheology and Supramolecular Hydrogels lym5527 at standford dot edu
Mike Kratochvil PhD Chemistry Hydrogel Models for Exploring Immune Cell Mechanobiology mkrat at stanford dot edu
Kelsea Hubka PhD Bioengineering Engineering a Functional Human Thymus Gland hubka at stanford dot edu
Sungchul Shin PhD Biomaterials Science and Engineering 3D Printing Strategies for Vascular Modeling and Peripheral Nerve Regeneration scshin at stanford dot edu
Annika Enejder Adjunct Professor - Materials Science and Engineering Nonlinear microscopy (CARS, SRS, SHG, THG, 2-photon fluorescence and FLIM) with applications in the Materials-, Bio- and Life Sciences enejder at stanford dot edu