David received his bachelors degree from the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. He first began research at RPI in the laboratory of Dr. Douglas Chrisey in the Material Science Department. This work centered around the use of hydrogels to develop layer-by-layer printing techniques using laser direct-write.
David went on to work in the laboratory of Dr. David Corr also at RPI, later joining the Ph.D program under the mentorship of Dr. Corr. Within the research group, he has developed a new means of fabricating and patterning microbeads using LDW. Continuations of this work have involved the processing of these beads, and formation of other cellular architectures.
David is now completing a 1-year post-doc within the Corr Research Group. His interests include hydrogels, 2-D and 3-D printing, cancer metastasis, and in vitro diagnostics.
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