Cathryn A. Sundback

Director of the Tissue Engineering Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital

Location:
55 Fruit Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Company:
Massachusetts General Hospital
HQ Phone:
(617) 726-2000
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Last Updated 12/2/2017

General Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor  - Harvard Companies, Inc.

Education

PhD  - 

Affiliations

Assistant Professor In Surgery  - Partners HealthCare

Founder  - Functional Vasculature

Web References  

The Armed Forces Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Cathryn Sundback, Director of the Tissue Engineering Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital, holds a laboratory rat implanted with a human-scaled ear made from sheep cells; photo 3. three-point bending test; photo 4.

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2014 Symposium Speakers

Cathryn Sundback is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, Director of the Laboratory for Tissue Engineering and Organ Fabrication at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Director of the Biomaterials Core within the Center for Regenerative Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Sundback's research focuses on the application of biomaterials for tissue engineering of facial and limb tissues, particularly peripheral nerve, skeletal muscle, cartilage, and bone. She is currently developing engineered skeletal muscle and cartilage tissues as clinically translatable models and as in vitro models for drug discovery.

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2015 Symposium Speakers

Cathryn Sundback , Sc.D. is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, Director of the Laboratory for Tissue Engineering and Organ Fabrication at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Director of the Biomaterials Core within the Center for Regenerative Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
A biomaterialist by training, Dr. Sundback has considerable expertise in the biocompatibility of synthetic and natural biomaterials. Her research focuses on the application of these biomaterials for tissue engineering of facial and limb tissues, particularly peripheral nerve, skeletal muscle, cartilage, and bone. She is currently developing engineered skeletal muscle and cartilage tissues as clinically translatable models and as in vitro models for drug discovery.

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