WISDM Speaker

Alice Stanton, MS, PhD

Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research | Biological Engineering, Brain and Cognitive Sciences
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Speaking (Panel), Mentoring, Speaking (Presentation), Press Commentary, Co-founding Ventures, Board Seat/Advising, Startup Team Engagement, Academic Collaborations

About Alice

Alice Stanton is engineering the brain as a Postdoctoral Associate working with Robert Langer and Li-Huei Tsai. She design soft materials that mimic the body to improve therapeutic treatments and regeneration, to model and understand how things work in vivo, and to test and discover new strategies for helping them work better. She received her PhD at Stanford University in Bioengineering and BSE in Chemical Engineering from Princeton. She has worked at Genentech and start ups. She is a speaker on her research, women in STEM and STEAM, navigating careers and education, and leadership and personal skills development. She loves talking to passionate start up founders. She grew up on Lake Erie loving all sports in water and on ice.

STEM Keywords

Alzheimer's, biomaterials, hydrogels, microfluidics, neuroscience, pharmaceutical development, stem cells, tissue chips, tissue engineering

Venture Keywords

blood-brain barrier, career development, mental health, tissue chips

Alice's Innovation Activities

Recent Venture Activity

Dose of Joy, Savvy, Booster, OpenART

Other Innovation Activity

Accel Innovation Scholar