A 3D printed chondrogenic scaffold for cartilage defect repair
Postdoctoral Trainee in Vascular Surgery and Biomedical Engineering
Elizabeth Aisenbrey is a postdoctoral trainee in Vascular Surgery and Biomedical Engineering under Dr. William Murphy at the University of Wisconsin. Currently, she is working on utilizing biomaterials for the ex vivo expansion of circulating angiogenic cells for an exosome-based therapy for ischemic stroke. After earning her B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Biological Engineering at Montana State University, she received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Colorado under Dr. Stephanie Bryant where her research focused on developing biomimetic hydrogels that enhance MSC chondrogenesis for cartilage defect repair. She is the recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, the GAANN Biomaterials Fellowship, and the ACS Excellence in Graduate Polymer Research award.