Johns Hopkins University
Bachelor's degree, Carnegie Mellon University; PhD in Medical Engineering, Harvard-MIT Division of Health, Sciences and Technology. Formerly: Fellow, Pharmacology Research Associate Program, National Institute of General Medical Sciences; 2001, Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering Department, Johns Hopkins University; 2004, Co-Founder, Cartilix, a start-up treating orthopaedic disease; 2010, Co-Founder, Aegeria. 2008, Fellow, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. Member, Scientific Advisory Board: Bausch and Lomb; Cellular Bioengineering. Author of over 125 articles, book chapters and patent applications. Recipient of awards: Carnegie Mellon Young Alumni Award; Arthritis Investigator Award, Arthritis Foundation; top innovator, Technology Review (2002).