The laboratory of Johnna S. Temenoff is based in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University.

The goal of our laboratory is to design polymeric biomaterials for specific orthopædic applications, including regeneration of tendon/ligament, cartilage and bone. These synthetic and natually-dervied biomaterials are used in conjunction with other biochemical and mechanical stimuli to promote priming of stem cells to express a particular phenotype, as well as deliver biomolecules to promote healing of tissues that have degenerated due to chronic conditions, such as osteoarthirits or overuse injuries.

  • Temenoff to present at Advances in Tendon Research Meeting in UK
    July, 2015
  • Temenoff Lab Undergrad wins Outstanding Community Service Award
    June, 2015
  • Rinker and Tellier Honored at First-Ever BME Grad Awards Ceremony
    May, 2015

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