Thomas Turner completed his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering at the University of Florida. He joined Dr. Botchwey’s lab in 2017. Thomas’ work focuses on developing new immune autotherapies for treatment of volumetric muscle loss. In ongoing collaborative work, his is interested in applying these concepts to develop a therapeutic strategy to improve the vascularization and integration of surgical flaps. He is also working on a study to describe lipid features of mesenchymal stem cells and Car-T cells to predict therapeutic potency.
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