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Molly E. Kupfer

Clinical Product Risk Specialist at Boston Scientific

In my research, I aim to merge engineering principles and 3D printing technology with stem cell biology in order to develop regenerative solutions for damaged heart tissue. I use physical and biochemical cues to manipulate stem cells and cardiac cells outside of the body with the goal of creating tissue that can contribute to heart function after a cardiac event. My work covers a broad range of complexities, from fabricating small micro-scale cardiac patches to 3D printing full organ structures, and utilizes cutting-edge technology to create tissues with precisely controlled, native-like distributions of multiple cell types.

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See also: Academia University of Minnesota - Public Research university.

Molly E. Kupfer News

3D printed heart like organoid can contract spontaneously and synchronously

University of Minnesota - 15-Jul-2020

This organoid with chambers can fit into a mouse's belly