Dr. Spector recently published an important paper in a prestigious scientific journal about his breakthrough research in creating a bioengineered ear, which generated worldwide media coverage. To read the Economist article on Dr. Spector, click here: http://www.economist.com/news/science-and-technology/21575745-new-ways-make-living-tissue-artificially-fit-print
To view the NY 1 interview with Dr. Spector on his bioengineered ear, click here: http://www.ny1.com/archives/nyc/all-boroughs/2013/02/25/new-bio-technology-effort-crafts-human-ears-NYC_177636.old.html
To view the Reuters video on Dr. Spector's bioengineered ear, click here http://www.reuters.com/video/2013/04/23/reuters-tv-3d-printer-produces-biologically-sound-a?videoId=242423273&videoChannel=118065
To view the WABC-TV story on Dr. Spector's bioengineered ear, click here:
Dr. Jason Spector is a nationally recognized clinician, researcher and educator. He has collaborated with scientists from Cornell University's School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Biomedical Engineering on important research projects. He holds 2 patents, and has been an integral part several Cornell University-Weill Cornell Medical College translational research teams. He participates in the NIH and Howard Hughes Medical Institute sponsored Clinical Summer Immersion for Biomedical Engineering Program, mentoring engineering doctoral students. Since 2007, he has been a lecturer at Cornell University's Biomedical Engineering Science and Technology course, "Approaches to Problems in Human Needs." Dr. Spector serves as an Ad-Hoc reviewer for six prestigious medical journals, and has presented at national and international medical meetings. He recently served as Moderator of the Emerging Technologies Section, at the American Surgical Congress in 2011.
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Rockefeller University - CoreSource
1996 New York University School of Medicine
Residency: 2005 New York University Medical Center
Fellowship: 2006 New York University Medical Center