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  • GORDANA VUNJAK-NOVAKOVIC, PhD

    January 29, 2016.

    Office address Vanderbilt Clinic 12th floor, Room 12-234 622 W 168th Street, New York NY 10027 tel. 212-305-2304; fax: 212-305-4692 Secondary office: 351 Engineering Terrace, Mail Code 8904 1210 Amsterdam Avenue, New York NY 10027 tel. 212-854-5459; fax 212-854-8725 [email protected] http://www.bme.columbia.edu/fac-bios/vunjak-novakovic/faculty.html http://www.bme.columbia.edu/gvnweb Home address: 2700 Broadway 4G New York NY 10025 Education 1980 Ph.D. Chemical Engineering University of Belgrade 1986 -1987 Fulbright Fellow, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT, Cambridge MA Fellowships 1989 Fellowship, Harvard–MIT Div. of Health Sciences and Technology, Cambridge MA 1977, 1978 Fellowship, Clausthal University, Germany Academic appointments: 2011 - Mikati Foundation Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University 2011- Professor of Medical Sciences (in Medicine) 2014- Member, Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, Columbia University 2015- Faculty, Center for Human Development, Columbia University 2011-2012 Vice-Chair, Dept of Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University 2011 Biomedical Engineering track of Mayo Graduate Faculty, Mayo Clinic 2005 - Professor, Columbia University, Department of Biomedical Engineering 2005 - Director, Stem Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory, Columbia University 2005 - Visiting Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard-MIT Division for Health

    Sciences and Technology, Cambridge MA 2009- Honorary Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Belgrade 2004 – Associate director, NIH Resource Center for Tissue Engineering

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  • 2009 - Co-director, Craniofacial Regeneration Center, Columbia University 2002- Adjunct Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering. Tufts University, Medford MA 1998 - 2005 Principal Research Scientist, Harvard – MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology,

    MIT, Cambridge MA 1994 - 2017 Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Tufts University 1993 – 1998 Research Scientist, Whitaker College, MIT, Cambridge MA 1993 – 1999 Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Belgrade University, Yugoslavia 1987 – 1992 Associate Professor, Director of the Biochemical Engineering Laboratory, Department of

    Chemical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia Companies founded: 2016 - Founder and Scientific Advisor, MatriTek (http://matritek.com) 2014 - Founder and Scientific Advisor, Tara Biosystems Inc (http://tarabiosystems.com) 2013 - Founderand Scientific Advisor, epiBone (http://epibone.com) Visiting appointments 2013- Visiting Professor and Guest Speaker, Penn Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders,

    University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 2009 – Visiting Professor, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel 2009 - Visiting Professor, University of Belgrade 1993 Visiting Scientist, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT, Cambridge MA 1992 Visiting Scientist, Harvard – MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology 1989 Visiting professor, University of Wageningen, Wageningen, Netherlands Honors and awards: 2015-2018 Bioengineering Peer Committee, National Academy of Engineering 2015-2017 Chair-Elect, College of Fellows, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering

    (AIBME) 2015- Council, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Society (TERMIS) 2014 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 2014 National Academy of Medicine 2014 Foreign Policy’s 100 Leading Global Thinkers of 2014 2013 National Academy of Engineering, Executive Committee, Section for Bioengineering 2013-2016 National Academy of Engineering, Fritz J and Dolores H Russ Prize Committee 2013 Founding Class, International Fellows of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine 2012 National Academy of Engineering 2012 Academia Europea 2012 Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts 2012 Serbian National Academy of Engineering 2012 Fellow, Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) 2011-2014 Continental Chapter Council (North America),Tissue Engineering and Regenerative

    Medicine International Society 2010 2010 Clemson award of the Society of Biomaterials “for significant contributions to the

    literature on the science or technology of biomaterials” 2009 - New York Academy of Sciences 2008 Hall of Fame, Women in Technology International (one of 5 leaders in science and

    technology in 2008) 2008 - US Section Head, Musculoskeletal Repair & Regeneration Section, Faculty 1000 of Medicine 2007 Director’s lecture, NIH, October 17, 2007; the first woman engineer to receive this

    distinction (http://videocast.nih.gov/PastEvents.asp?c=3&s=31) 2006 NASA Award for a patent “BMP-2, BMP-12, and BMP-13 Modulate in Vitro Development of

    Engineered Cartilage”

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    http://matritek.com/ http://tarabiosystems.com/ http://epibone.com/

  • 2005 The Association of Orthopedic Research, Switzerland; team award “for the best science in orthopaedics” (with Meinel, Ziechner. Fajardo, and Kaplan)

    2004 Outstanding Performance Medal, World Congress of in vitro Biology. 2004 Space Act Award, NASA, for patent describing bioengineering of anterior cruciate

    ligaments (US patent 6,287,340, issued September 11, 2001) 2004 - Faculty of 1000 Medicine, Regenerative Medicine Section 2004 Space Act Award, NASA, for patent describing gene transfer of a growth factor to enhance

    tissue engineering of cartilage 2000 - American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering 1997 Medal of recognition, Centennial of the Serbian Chemical Society, Belgrade YU 1996 – 1997 Space study of cartilage tissue engineering aboard “Mir”, in collaboration with NASA

    Johnson Space Center (co-lead of the 13-member team, with LE Freed); the longest cell experiment ever conducted in space; study reported in PNAS)

    1987 – 1992 Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Biomass Committee 1980 City of Belgrade award for the best PhD thesis in engineering 1975 Belgrade Chamber of Commerce award for the best MS thesis in engineering Recognitions: 2015 Board of Directors, American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) 2015 Archimedes Society Lecturer 2014 Stem Cell Image Contest, one of six winners 2014 First prize for presentation in the Arrhythmia Surgery category at the International Society

    for Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery (ISMICS) meeting, Boston, May 28-31, 2014 2013 25th annual Rushmer Lecture, University of Washington Seattle 2013 Leadership lectures, University of Florida 2013 Paper Iyer et al. Biofabrication4(3):035002, 2012 was selected as one of the 9 articles

    that are included into the journal’sHighlights of 2012 collection (based on the reviews and downloads) and are free to read through the end of this year.

    2013 NIBIB National Advisory Council (deferred until 2015) 2012 Hollingsworth Distinguished Lecturership, University of Texas Austin 2012 UK Medical Research Council, National Programme Board in regenerative medicine

    (declined) 2011 Plenary lecture at the University of Bristol UK, UK National Stem Cell Network 2011 Key Opinion Leader session speaker, Life Sciences Summit 2011, New York NY, November

    16-17, 2011 2010 Winner, Stem Cell Image contest, New York State Stem Cell Science (NYSTEM) 2010 Distinguished Speaker, Future Frontiers of Biomedical Engineering, 2010 Annual Meeting

    of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Austin TX, October 8, 2010 2010 Paper Chiu et al. (Macromolecular Bioscience), feature article, selected as a frontispiece 2010 Biomedical Engineering Materials and Applications (BEMA) Initiative of the National

    Research Council of the National Academies 2010 The New York Times (March 26 issue) featured bone work in the story “Replacement

    bones, grown to order in the lab,” as “tissue engineering at its best” 2010 Keynote lecture, Stem Cell Bioengineering (Chairs: George Daley and Peter Zandstra),

    Boston MA May 2-5,2010 2010 Finalist, The World Technologies Award for Biotechnology 2009 Paper Freytes et al. (J Cell Biochem. 2009) selected as a journal cover 2009 Paper Grayson et al. (PNAS, 2009) featured as Editors’ Choice in Science Translational

    Medicine (October 21, 2009 issue) 2009 Paper Grayson et al. (PNAS, 2009) featured in Scientific American and BBC. 2009 Image from the article: Figallo E., Cannizzaro C, Gerecht-Nir S, Burdick J, Langer R,

    Elvassore N and Vunjak-Novakovic G. Micro-bioreactor array for controlling cellular environments. Lab on a Chip 7(6): 710 – 719, 2007 (selected as cover of the September 2009 issue of Tissue Engineering Reviews.

    2008 Paper Jakab et al Tissue Engineering 14:413-421, 2008 featured in Nature News 20 March 2008

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  • 2008 Keystone Symposia Annual Report, program chair highlighted for the year 2007 (one of the most successful symposia out of total of 120)

    2007 Chemical and Engineering News, 87(35) 14-19, Sep 10 2007, “Mimicking biological systems” by Celia Henry Arnaud (cover story) features microbioreactor work in the lab, and studies published in Lab on a Chip in 2007)

    2007 All articles from the special issue o