Kenan Song

Associate Professor
  • PhD, Northeastern University, Boston, MA (2015)
  • BE, Northeastern University (2010)

In the Lab

Kenan Song’s research, relevant to biomedical applications, leverages advanced manufacturing techniques like 3D printing to develop innovative solutions for the healthcare industry. Specifically, his work in creating microfluidic devices, porous Pelvic Organ Prolapse scaffolds, and artificial artery vessels caters to critical needs in cardiovascular and regenerative medicine. Through 3D printing, he can fabricate complex, patient-specific geometries with precise control over the materials’ microarchitecture, enhancing their functionality and integration with human tissue. This research holds significant potential for personalized medicine, improving therapeutic outcomes in tissue engineering, drug delivery, and cardiovascular interventions.

Research Interest

  • Advanced Materials
  • 3D Printing
  • Microfluidics
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Biomedical Devices
  • Sustainable Polymers
  • Thermal Management
  • Mechanics of Materials