Tissue Engineering for Clinical Applications: Faculty Insight with Sujata Bhatia





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Published on Nov 30, 2012

In this faculty insight, Dr. Sujata Bhatia discusses the current state of tissue engineering research and its exciting clinical applications. She also highlights the important work of Suneil Seetharam, an Extension School biotechnology graduate student who is developing new wound closure technology to mimic the feel and elasticity of real human skin.

Dr. Bhatia is the assistant director of undergraduate studies in biomedical engineering at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. She teaches the open-enrollment course "Tissue Engineering for Clinical Applications," http://www.extension.harvard.edu/cour..., at Harvard Extension School. Bhatia also teaches Biomedical Product Development, http://www.extension.harvard.edu/cour..., for Harvard Extension School.

Faculty Insights are produced in partnership with Jenny Attiyeh and ThoughtCast, http://thoughtcast.org/.

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