Join the College of Engineering and the Mayo Clinic for a Faculty Dialogues session on Zoom discussing organ transplant technology and research.
While organ transplantation is one of the greatest achievements in the history of medicine, its life-saving reach is limited by a chronic shortage of donated organs. Carnegie Mellon University and Mayo Clinic have partnered to form the Transforming Transplant initiative, which aims to advance transplant science through biomedical engineering. Using tools like bioprinting, tissue engineering, and biomaterials, transplantable organs could be far more available and save far more lives.
To learn more about this cutting-edge area of research, join our upcoming Faculty Dialogues presentation and discussion featuring expert faculty from CMU and the Mayo Clinic.
Keith Cook: David Edward Schramm Professor and Head of Biomedical Engineering - College of Engineering
Phil Campbell: Research Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Engineering Research Accelerator, Biological Sciences, and Materials Science & Engineering - College of Engineering
Adam Feinberg: Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Materials Science & Engineering - College of Engineering
LaTonya Hickson, M.D.: Division Chair of Nephrology and Hypertension; Dialysis Medical Director; Associate Director for Research and Innovation, Department of Medicine - Mayo Clinic
C. Burcin Taner, M.D.: Chair, Department of Transplant; Chair, Transplant Specialty Council; Professor of Surgery - Mayo Clinic
November 29 2023
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET
CMU Libraries Workshop: Encapsulating Reproducible Computational Research with Code Ocean
Sorrells Library Den, Wean Fourth Floor