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Faculty Spotlight: Will Bailis

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November 19, 2019

I recently sat down with Dr. Will Bailis from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. A relatively new faculty member and alum of our very own Immunology Graduate Group. I had a few questions that needed answering.

Q: Take me through your academic timeline

I grew up on the Mainline right outside of Philadelphia and attended Vassar College, where I was originally interested in studying history and foreign policy. Eventually, after not getting into some of the summer positions I wanted, I sent out tons of emails to labs at the major schools in Philadelphia and the only person to respond was Dr. Susan Ross at Penn. I ended up working in her lab fo...

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One of the first successful tissue replacement therapies was artificial skin, developed by Drs. Ioannis Yannas and John Burke in 1979. Since then, tissue engineering has blossomed into a multidisciplinary field of biomaterials science, cell biology, and translational medicine. Advances in stem cell research, in particular, have greatly progressed the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Scientists have developed effective differentiation protocols to convert pluripotent or multipotent stem cells to their favorite cell type, but selecting superior subpopulations of lineage-committed cells for optimized performance of the engineered tissue...

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