Cevat Erisken, Ph.D.

Columbia University in the City of New York, Biomedical Engineering

Dr. Cevat Erisken received his doctoral degree from Stevens Institute of Technology (SIT), Hoboken, NJ. His current research in Biomaterials and Interface Tissue Engineering Laboratory (BITEL) at Columbia University, NY, focuses on the design and fabrication of nanotechnology based functional biomaterials as well as controlled release systems to be utilized in the engineering of soft tissue-to-bone interfaces such as ligament-to-bone and tendon-to-bone relevant for integrative anterior cruciate ligament and rotator cuff tendon repair.

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New York, 10027 NY

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Email: ce2213@columbia.edu

Research Interests: It is becoming widely accepted that the quality of human body could be improved by repairing or replacing its parts just like it is done for a mechanical device such as a car. Read more ...

Teaching philosophy: My philosophy of teaching is rooted in my beliefs about teaching and learning. Firstly, I strongly believe that teaching is more than transmitting knowledge or teaching contents. Read more ...



Functional biomimetic scaffolds

Location-dependent selective differentiation of stem cell

Cell attachment&  initiation of matrix formation