Torie Broer

Torie earned a BS in Biomedical Engineering with Honors from Ohio State University in 2018. She is a PhD student in Dr. Nenad Bursac's lab.

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Research Interests

Research Interests:

I am studying how the presence of immune cells affects the development and function of engineered skeletal muscle tissue.


Conference Abstracts and Presentations:

“Optimization of an In Vitro Pre-Vascularized Highly Functional Tissue-Engineered Skeletal Muscle” 2019, Abstract submitted for poster presentation at Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society

“Comparison of Single Marker vs. Marker Clusters in Kinematics Calculated from 3D Motion Capture Data” 2017, Presented poster at Richard J. and Martha D. Denman Undergraduate Research Forum and Ohio State Engineering in Healthcare Research and Industry Symposium (won second place poster presentation)


Honors and Awards:

Duke University Scholar Award, Academic Fellowship for 1st year PhD students

Ohio State Engineering in Healthcare Research and Industry Symposium Poster Session, 2nd Place

Honors Engineering Robotics Competition, Awarded $500 Scholarship for Best Overall Documentation

Morrill Scholar Prominence Scholarship, Full Tuition Merit Scholarship

Dean’s List (All Semesters) and Summa Cum Laude Honors with Graduation

Member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honorary and Alpha Eta Mu Beta (National BME Honorary)