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Nina Tandon, PhD
Columbia University
Nina Tandon is an engineer and educator whose studies concentrate on electrical signaling in the context of tissue engineering, with the goal of creating “spare parts” for human implantation and disease models. She is an electrical and biomedical engineer at Columbia University's Laboratory for Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering, and adjunct professor of Electrical Engineering at the Cooper Union. She is currently continuing her research on electrical stimulation for broader tissue-engineering applications. After graduating summa cum laude from the Cooper Union with a B.A. in electrical engineering, Nina worked at Avaya Labs, a Bell Labs spin-off, designing and implementing enterprise communications software, and then spent one year as a Fulbright Scholar at Tor Vergata University in Rome, Italy, working with the Sensors and Microsystems group. She completed her PhD under the supervision of Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic at MIT and Columbia, performing research on the use of electrical stimulation for cardiac tissue engineering.
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