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Morgan Lamberti

Masters Student

Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University

About Me

Hello! My name is Morgan and I am a Master's student in Biomedical Engineering at Columbia University. I am from California and I attended UC Berkeley for undergrad, in which I studied Molecular and Cell Biology with a concentration in Neurobiology. During my time at Cal, I did research in Professor Bateup's cellular neuroscience laboratory, and I also worked for a stem cell therapy startup. I am passionate about protecting the environment and I worked as Campaign Manager for Herbicide-Free Cal, which is an organization dedicated to banning the spraying of Round-up on university campuses. Currently, I am working on a research project using engineered cardiac tissue to model myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury. I am also the Vice President of GoBME, the graduate organization for biomedical engineering. In my free time, I love exploring NYC, trying new restaurants, and going to hot yoga.


Research Keywords

Myocardial Infarction, Lupus Myocarditis, Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury, cardiac tissue engineering, engineered heart models

Fun Fact About Me


I love horses and I would like to own a farm one day with lots of animals.


Achievements of Interest

In my undergrad, I earned a Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Technology by the Sutardja Center and got first place in a class startup competition.

Morgan Lamberti

Country of Origin

Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A.


Contact Me

Email: LinkedIn: morgan-lamberti


Contact Interests

Mentorship, Academic Collaborations, Startup Engagement, Community Outreach, Coffee Chat, Industry Events

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