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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Kris Saha

Expert on human biotechnologies, gene editing, CRISPR, stem cell biology, tissue engineering, science policy, human disease modeling and bioethics

Assistant professor, biomedical engineering; Faculty member, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery Work: 608-316-4313 — Home and cell phones available upon request ksaha@wisc.edu Home page Twitter: @sahakris

Topics

  • CRISPR and human gene editing
  • Stem cell biology
  • Genome engineering and synthetic biology
  • Human disease modeling
  • Science and democracy including various interfaces between science and the public

Achievements

  • Member, National Academies' Forum on Regenerative Medicine, 2016-present
  • National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, 2014
  • Allen Institute for Brain Science Next Generation Leaders Council, Chair, 2014
  • Rising Star Award, Biomedical Engineering Society, 2013

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