Cardiovascular Biomaterials

The Cardiovascular Special Interest Group has the mission to foster the professional interaction and address the common concerns of academic and industrial scientists and engineers, clinicians, and regulatory professionals concerned with the discovery, research, development, and use of biomaterials for cardiovascular devices and implants.

 

Officers

Chair: Rami Tzafriri, PhD
Director, Research and Innovation
CBSET, Inc.
Research and Innovation
500 Shire Way
Lexington, MA 02420
t: (781) 541-5589
e: rtzafriri@cbset.org

Vice-Chair: Aaron Baker, PhD
University of Texas at Austin
Biomedical Engineering
107 W. Dean Keeton St.
BME 5.202D
Austin, TX 78712
t: (512) 232-7114
e:  abbaker@austin.utexas.edu

Secretary/Treasurer: Subhamoy Das, B.Tech, MSE, PhD
Postdoctoral Scholar
University of California, Berkeley
Bioengineering
Hearst Memorial Mining Building, Room#140
Berkeley, CA 94720
t: (512) 965-5669
e: subhamoy@berkeley.edu

Program Chair: Mazen Albaghdadi, MD MSc
205 Davis Ave #2
Brookline, MA 02445
t: (319) 321-7941
e: malbag1@gmail.com

Web Contact: Jeremy Glynn
Oregon Health and Science University
Biomedical Engineering3303 SW Bond Ave
Mail Code CH13B
Portland, OR 97239
t: (503) 418-9347
e: glynn@ohsu.edu

Student Contact: Jeremy Glynn
Oregon Health and Science University
Biomedical Engineering
3303 SW Bond Ave
Mail Code CH13B
Portland, OR 97239
t: (503) 418-9347
e: glynn@ohsu.edu

Industry Representative: Kishore Udipi, PhD
President
Biopolymer Designs, Inc
3575 Alkirst Ct.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
t: (707) 544-2969
e: udipi@biopolymerdesigns.com

Biomaterials Forum Reporter: Rami Tzafriri, PhD
CBSET, Inc.
Principal Scientist
Applied Sciences
500 Shire Way
Lexington, MA 02420
t: (781) 541-5589
e: rtzafriri@cbset.org

Past Chair: Laura Indolfi, PhD
Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Postdoctoral Associate
77 Massachusetts Ave
Bldg E25-449
Cambridge, MA 02139
t: (857) 413-1698
e: lindolfi@mit.edu

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