Paul Warren, Ph.D.
Paul began working on his PhD at NC State in August 2014. His main research goal is to develop a novel 3D printing-based scaffold fabrication system in order to create engineered tissue constructs for regenerative medicine applications. When not in lab, Paul enjoys basketball, carpool karaoke, and continuously honing his lab competition skills.
Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, NC State/UNC, 2019
M.S. Materials Science and Engineering, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2012
B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009
Honors & Awards
2016 NCSU College of Engineering Graduate Student Travel Award
2016 2nd Place Graduate Student Poster Competition, NCTERMS 2016
2014 TORL Co-Lab Rookie of the Year
2012 UAB Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship
Warren PB, Davis ZG, Fisher MB. Parametric control of fiber morphology and tensile mechanics in scaffolds with high aspect ratio geometry produced via melt electrowriting for musculoskeletal soft tissue engineering. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 99: 153-160 (2019).
SG Cone, PB Warren, MB Fisher. Rise of the pigs: Utilization of the porcine model to study musculoskeletal biomechanics and tissue engineering during skeletal growth. Tissue Eng Part C Methods DOI: 10.1089/ten.TEC.2017.0227. (2017).
PB Warren, P Huebner, JT Spang, RA Shirwaiker, MB Fisher. Engineering 3D-Bioplotted scaffolds to induce aligned extracellular matrix deposition for musculoskeletal soft tissue replacement. Connect Tissue Res 58(3-4):342-54. (2017).