Jason A. Burdick

Bioengineering (BE)

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Honors and Awards:  Edward C. Nagy New Investigator Award - 2011, NSF CAREER Award - 2009

Research Expertise: Tissue Engineering | Bioengineered Therapeutics | Devices and Drug Delivery | Biomaterials

Jason's research interests include developing degradable polymeric biomaterials that can be used for tissue engineering, drug delivery, and fundamental polymer studies. The platform polymer technology involves the development of multifunctional monomers that form degradable crosslinked networks via a radical polymerization. Specific targets of his research include: scaffolding for cell and growth factor delivery in bone and cartilage regeneration; controlling stem cell differentiation and growth factor delivery; and investigating the influence of monomer structure on resulting network macroscopic and microscopic properties.

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Affiliations:  Graduate Group Chair, Bioengineering

PhD Chemical Engineering 2002 - University of Colorado
BS Chemical Engineering 1998 - University of Wyoming

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