Editor - Gary L Bowlin | Virginia Commonwealth University | 2311
ISSN: 2153-0777

Journal of Bioengineering and Bioelectronics
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Gary L Bowlin

Gary L Bowlin
Gary L. Bowlin
Director & Professor
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Commonwealth University


Gary L Bowlin Professor and Louis and Ruth Harris Exceptional Scholar Professorship of Biomedical Engineering Virginia Commonwealth University VCU is the Director of the Tissue Engineering Laboratory Prior to obtaining his PhD Dr Bowlin worked as a Process Engineer for NUCON International Inc designing organic solvent recovery systems Dr Bowlin received the PhD degree in biomedical engineering from The University of Akron Dr Bowlin joined the faculty of the VCU School of Engineering in 1997 He has extensive teaching and research experience in cardiovascular materials and tissue engineering As a researcher he has been involved and has published many articles and chapters dealing with the area of vascular tissue engineering and biopolymer processing for tissue engineering scaffolds He also holds seven US patents and is a CoFounding inventor of NanoMatrix Inc based on electrospinning tissue engineering scaffold technology which was sold to Organogenesis Inc He is also a coinventor on technology WoundStat™ that was FDA approved and commercialized by TraumaCure Inc for controlling bleeding in severe traumatic injuries Dr Bowlin is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Biomedical Engineering Society American Society of Patent Holders Tissue Engineering Society International and the International Society of Applied Cardiovascular Biology

Research Interest

Electrospinning scaffolds for a variety of applications including vascular and bone tissue engineering. Additional interests include conducting evaluations of the regenerative capacity (cellular interactions) of scaffoldings as well as the implantation response to the scaffoldings.



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