Dr. Kelly Stevens is an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, and Laboratory
Medicine & Pathology at the University of Washington. Dr. Stevens' research team is developing molecular and cellular blueprints of human tissues, as well as new fabrication methods to build artificial human tissues. She has received numerous awards for this work, including the NIH New Innovator Award, BMES CMBE Rising Star Award, John Tietze Stem Cell Scientist Award, and Gree Foundation Scholar Award. Dr. Stevens works to disseminate the message that to engineer medical advances that equitably improve the lives of all people, our profession must first include all people – diversifying our profession is the requisite engine of innovation needed to bring our profession forward into the 21st century.
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