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Lawrence J. Bonassar

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Cornell University

130 E. Seneca Street Suite 520

Ithaca, New York,14850

United States

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Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell University is a private institution that was founded in 1865. Today, it consists of 14 different schools that operate under the umbrella of the university. Cornell ranks 15 on the list of best national universities, 16 on the lis...more

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Scientific Advisory Board

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Dr. Lawrence Bonassar
Dr. Bonassar is a Professor in the Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering and the Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University. Dr. Bonassar's research focuses on cartilage biomechanics and tissue engineering. His work is aimed at understanding structure-property relationships in cartilage to elucidate mechanisms of disease and inform design of tissue replacements. His research focusing on tissue regeneration includes the development of tissue injection molding and 3D tissue printing aimed at scale-up and manufacturing of high fidelity living implants design based on medical imaging. He has authored more than 160 peer reviewed manuscripts and is an inventor on 11 patents. He has won several national and international awards including the Hansjorg Wyss Research Award at the World Forum for Spine Research and the 2013 World Technology Award in Health and Medicine. Prior to joining the faculty at Cornell, Dr. Bonassar was an Assistant Professor in the Center for Tissue Engineering at University of Massachusetts Medical School. He received his bachelor's degree from the Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University. He received both his masters and doctoral degrees from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT and completed postdoctoral training in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital.


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Lawrence Bonassar, PhD
Membership Committee Chair Cornell University


San Jose 2012 Speakers

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Dr. Lawrence Bonassar
Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Cornell University Dr. Lawrence 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. Dr. Bonassar's research group focuses on the regeneration and analysis of musculoskeletal tissues, including bone and cartilage. His team's approach involves a multidisciplinary strategy using techniques in biomechanics, biomaterials, cell biology, and biochemistry. Larry is also an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He completed postdoctoral fellowships in the Orthopaedic Research Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Center of Biomedical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Larry serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Tissue Engineering.


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Lawrence Bonassar, Ph.D. | Member of Scientific Advisory Board
Ivy Capital Partners Lawrence Bonassar, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at Cornell University's College of Engineering. Dr. Bonassar's research focuses on the regeneration and analysis of musculoskeletal tissues, including articular cartilage, intervertebral disc, and bone. Dr. Bonassar joined Cornell University 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 Massachusetts General Hospital and the Center of Biomedical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ("MIT"). Dr. Bonassar currently serves on the editorial board of the journal Tissue Engineering. Dr. Bonassar earned his Ph.D. and M.S. from MIT's School of Material Science and Engineering and a B.S. from John Hopkins University's School of Material Science and Biomedical Engineering.


New bioengineered ears look and act like the real thing | India Medical Times

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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, Lawrence J Bonassar, associate professor and associate chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Cornell University.
Spector and Bonassar have been collaborating on bioengineered human replacement parts since 2007, and Bonassar has also been working with other Weill Cornell physicians. To make the ears, 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," Bonassar says. "The innovation in this study is two-fold," says Bonassar. Tags:Bioengineered Ears, Cornell University, Jason Spector, Lawrence J Bonassar, Microtia, Weill Cornell Medical College


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