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Cornell University

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Ithaca, New York 14850

United States

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Background Information


Board Member
Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation

Member and An Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Scientific Advisory Board Member
Ivy Capital Partners , LLC

International Congress for Joint Reconstruction



John Hopkins University's School of Material Science and Biomedical Engineering


Materials Science

Johns Hopkins University

Doctoral and Masters degrees

Material Science



MIT's School of Material Science and Engineering


MIT's School of Material Science and Engineering


Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering


Cornell University

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Session Chairs and Keynote Speakers – Biofabrication 2016 [cached]

Lawrence Bonassar, PhD

Lawrence Bonassar, PhD Professor, Biomedical Engineering/Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University Dr. Bonassar joined Cornell University in 2003 after five years on the faculty of the Center for Tissue Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He completed postdoctoral fellowships in the Orthopaedic Research Laboratory at the Massachusetts General Hospital and in the Center for Biomedical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He currently serves on the editorial board of the journal Tissue Engineering.

Expansion of Scientific Advisory Board: ... [cached]

Expansion of Scientific Advisory Board: Histogenics recently expanded its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) with the addition of Professor Lawrence Bonassar, a leading researcher in the field of cartilage biomechanics and tissue engineering, including the structure-property relationships in cartilage to elucidate mechanisms of disease and inform the design of tissue replacement. Dr. Bonassar is a Professor at Cornell University in the Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering and the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. As part of a Sponsored Research Agreement, Dr. Bonassar's lab and Histogenics have successfully demonstrated the biomechanical competence of cartilage tissue engineered using the NeoCart manufacturing technology. The work has resulted in three presentations including one at the Orthopedic Research Society annual meeting in March 2016 and a more recent presentation at the Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting in October 2016.

Invest in Bioprinting to Get a 3D Printed Ear or New Hip: 3D Printing Conference (Part 3) | On 3D Printing [cached]

Cornell Professor Lawrence J. Bonassar, Ph.D.

Cornell Professor Lawrence J. Bonassar presented about "3D Fabrication Technologies for Tissue Regeneration. We wrote about Bonassar's research in February when he published the concept of 3D printing a human ear.
In his presentation, Bonassar provided the crowded conference hall with an overview of the key bioprinting motivations and applications.
There are approximately 5 million surgeries per year in the US to replace damaged tissues. This is a huge market opportunity for synthetic, bioprinted implants. His team is already looking at research such as replacing spinal discs, demonstrated in rats and dogs, or growing organic tissue like a human ear.
During the Q&A, Bonassar was asked: "This is great research, but is there a way to accelerate it into the marketplace? Bonassar immediately responded, "Yes, money.
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Histogenics Corporation Announces Addition of Dr. Lawrence Bonassar of Cornell University to Its Scientific Advisory Board

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"This is such a win-win for both medicine and basic science, demonstrating what we can achieve when we work together," says the study's other lead author, Dr. Lawrence J. Bonassar, associate professor and associate chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Cornell University.

Dr. Spector and Dr. Bonassar have been collaborating on bioengineered human replacement parts since 2007, and Dr. Bonassar has also been working with other Weill Cornell physicians.
To make the ears, Dr. Bonassar and his colleagues first took a combination laser scan and panoramic photo of an ear from twin girls, which provided a digitized 3D image of their ears on a computer screen.
"The process is fast," Dr. Bonassar says.
"The innovation in this study is two-fold," says Dr. Bonassar.

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