Dror Seliktar

Dror Seliktar
Associate Professor
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  • CV

    Education: 1994 - 2000 Ph.D. in Bioengineering ,Department of Biomedical Engineering ,Georgia Institute of Technology 1994 – 2000 M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology 1990 - 1994 B.Sc. (Summa cum Laude) in Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering,Drexel University

      Short Bio: Dr. Dror Seliktar is an associate professor in the Technion Faculty of Biomedical Engineering. Dr. Seliktar, who was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1972, received his B.Sc. in mechanical engineering from Drexel University in 1994,and an M.Sc. and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering respectively, from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2000.

  • Selected Publications

  • Main Research Interests

    My research interests in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine include: 1.the design and development of bio-synthetic hybrid hydrogels for tissue engineering and regeneration; 2.the regulation of cellular morphogenesis via physical properties of the provisional extracellular matrix in three dimensional cultures; 3.the use of mechanical stimulation for optimizing the evelopment of tissue engineered constructs.  

    Honors and Awards:

    2008 Member, GT Council of Outstanding Young Engineering Alumni 2007 Dudi Ben-Aharon Award for Excellence in Research 2005 Salomon and Simon Mani Award for Excellence in Teaching 2005 Hershel Rich - Technion Innovation Award 2002 - 2005 WD/Irving and Adele Rosenberg Family Academic Lectureship in Biomedical Engineering 2000 NSF International Research Fellow Post-Doctoral Award 2000 NIH International Post-Doctoral Award (Declined) 2000 ISACB Young Investigator Award 1998 - 2000 NIH Bioengineering Traineeship 1994 - 1998 Whitaker Bioengineering Traineeship 1994 - 1998 Woodruff Scholarship 1994 Valedictorian, Drexel University Mechanical Engineering Department 1990 - 1994 Dean’s List, Drexel University 1992 - 1994 HESS Honors Program for Undergraduate Research