The Lattice (Official 3DHEALS Podcast)

Interview with Jordan Miller, co-Founder and CEO of Volumetric, Professor at Rice University

May 01, 2020 Jordan Miller/ Volumetric
The Lattice (Official 3DHEALS Podcast)
Interview with Jordan Miller, co-Founder and CEO of Volumetric, Professor at Rice University
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The Lattice (Official 3DHEALS Podcast)
Interview with Jordan Miller, co-Founder and CEO of Volumetric, Professor at Rice University
May 01, 2020
Jordan Miller/ Volumetric

A short interview with 3DHEALS2020 bioprinting panel speaker, Jordan Miller, co-Founder and CEO of Volumetric, and Professor at Rice University. Volumetric's light-based bioprinting platform was featured on the cover Science last year. In this episode, Jordan shared what motivated him to tackle tough problems like organogenesis for transplant, his perspective on how biology, art/design, and 3D printing have always worked together in the field of tissue engineering, his thoughts on how his background and vascularization projects can help the COVID19 pandemic, plus his late experience as a graduate of YC Class 2020. Full written interview is here


Jordan Miller is an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at Rice University and Co-Founder of Volumetric, a Houston-based startup focused on next-generation biomaterials and biofabrication technologies. Miller received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from MIT in 2003 and earned his Ph.D. in Bioengineering from Rice University in 2008. His primary interests combine synthetic chemistry, 3D printing, microfabrication, and molecular imaging to direct cultured human cells to form more complex organizations of living vessels and tissues for research in regenerative medicine. Precisely engineered in vitro systems at the molecular, micro- and meso-scale are well suited to decouple the relationship between tissue architecture and cell function. These systems are now permitting comprehensive closed-loop design and optimization of large-scale engineered tissues through refinement with computer models of mass transport and assessment of their therapeutic potential in vivo

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Show Notes

A short interview with 3DHEALS2020 bioprinting panel speaker, Jordan Miller, co-Founder and CEO of Volumetric, and Professor at Rice University. Volumetric's light-based bioprinting platform was featured on the cover Science last year. In this episode, Jordan shared what motivated him to tackle tough problems like organogenesis for transplant, his perspective on how biology, art/design, and 3D printing have always worked together in the field of tissue engineering, his thoughts on how his background and vascularization projects can help the COVID19 pandemic, plus his late experience as a graduate of YC Class 2020. Full written interview is here


Jordan Miller is an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at Rice University and Co-Founder of Volumetric, a Houston-based startup focused on next-generation biomaterials and biofabrication technologies. Miller received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from MIT in 2003 and earned his Ph.D. in Bioengineering from Rice University in 2008. His primary interests combine synthetic chemistry, 3D printing, microfabrication, and molecular imaging to direct cultured human cells to form more complex organizations of living vessels and tissues for research in regenerative medicine. Precisely engineered in vitro systems at the molecular, micro- and meso-scale are well suited to decouple the relationship between tissue architecture and cell function. These systems are now permitting comprehensive closed-loop design and optimization of large-scale engineered tissues through refinement with computer models of mass transport and assessment of their therapeutic potential in vivo

Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=STF9STPYVE2GG&source=url)