DR. DAVID STOUT
Dr. David A. Stout is an assistant professor in the CSULB Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and Biomedical Engineering departments. He received his B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Chemistry from Long Beach State University in 2010, and a Ph.D. from Brown University in Biomedical Engineering in 2014. While at Brown, Dr. Stout was a member of the Nanomedicine Laboratories focusing on the development of cardiovascular nanobiomaterials under the direction of Dr. Thomas J. Webster. Under the direction of Dr. Christian Franck, Dr. Stout then developed a system to investigate the migration forces of human neutrophils in a 3D environment in the Cell Mechanics Laboratory.
Dr. Stout's main research focus is applying engineering techniques to the biomedical world to combat some of the most deadly diseases and infections. His research expertise is in cardiovascular biomaterials, orthopedic biomaterials, nano-medicine, solid mechanics, cell mechanics and migration. Dr. Stout is a recipient of The National Science Foundation Graduate Student Fellowship and (twice) Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF) Research Fellowship. He is a member of BMES, Tau Beta Pi, SigmaXi, amd SFB.
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