Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University
Meghan is a Postdoctoral Scientist in the Laboratory for Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering at Columbia University. Her research focuses on lung bioengineering at multiple scales, including whole lung regeneration using bioreactors, implantable biomaterials for localized treatment of lung injury, and molecular analysis of the extracellular matrix in cystic fibrosis. Meghan also leads the Columbia Biomedical Engineering Technology Accelerator (BiomedX) where she has served as Program Manager since 2020. In her role at BiomedX, Meghan has managed a total investment of over $1M in early-stage medical device teams, leading to the launch of multiple start-up’s during her tenure. She has co-authored over 17 peer-reviewed publications and is a co-inventor of multiple technologies with one issued and several pending patents.
lung bioengineering, implantable biomaterials, medical device development, lab-to-market translation
Fun Fact About Me
Meghan is an avid long distance runner and has completed the New York City Marathon three times.
Achievements of Interest
Meghan received the 2022 Columbia University Hung and Huang Award in Biomedical Engineering, which recognizes a graduating doctoral student with demonstrated potential for making significant contributions to the fields of biomedical engineering and public health.
Country of Origin
Long Island, New York
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