WISDM Speaker

Amanda Chen, MS

Biological Engineering | Biological Engineering, Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology
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Speaking (Panel), Mentoring, Speaking (Presentation), Press Commentary, Co-founding Ventures, Board Seat/Advising, Startup Team Engagement, Academic Collaborations

About Amanda

A Goldwater Scholar, Amanda graduated summa cum laude from the University of Rochester with a BS in Biomedical Engineering in 2014. She was then awarded the Whitaker International Fellowship to pursue an MPhil in Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology at Churchill College, University of Cambridge. An NSF Fellow, Amanda is currently pursuing a PhD in Biological Engineering under the co-supervision of Sangeeta Bhatia and Bob Langer. Her thesis work focuses on the design and study of multicellular tissue-engineered “microlivers.” As a communication fellow in the BE Comm Lab, Amanda has designed and taught a number of workshops on fellowship and graduate school applications.

STEM Keywords

AI in healthcare, biomaterials, gene and drug delivery, tissue culture, tissue engineering

Country of Origin

United States