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The research interests of Dina M. Gadalla, Ph.D., are focused on the development of biomaterials that have the capacity to enhance targeted cellular processes. Particularly, Dr. Gadalla focuses on improving the epithelial tissue-forming capacity and angiogenic potential of laryngeal and tracheal implants to produce functional tissue. In tackling research questions in this field, Dr. Gadalla prioritizes bridging the gaps between engineering, biology and medicine to translate and promote health care that is both more effective and personalized.
Dr. Gadalla's work aims to improve patient care through the development and enhancement of biomaterials for enhanced treatment options. Dr. Gadalla's goal is to gain a deeper perspective into connecting the biological behavior of a tissue and the characteristics of biomaterials. Further, Dr. Gadalla aims to develop simplistic approaches that modify promising biological implants in ways that elicit suitable biological responses.
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