Kyle Schwab

Graduate Student

Kyle has a bit of an obsession with 3D printing. Within the iCTERM lab, Kyle’s graduate research applies 3D printing technology to generate biomimetic structures that can be used to study cell-cell interactions. He is also an adjunct professor at the Community College of Philadelphia, teaching Additive Manufacturing and 3D design.

Research Interests

  • Bioprinting
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Neurovascular Interactions
  • 3D Modeling

Published Work

Presentations

Schwab, K. Sustainable Foods: 3D Printing with Soy-derived Bioink. Temple University Graduate Research Award Sustainability Program (2019). Philadelphia, PA

Posters

Schwab, K et al. 3D Bioprinting of Coronary Arteries Using Soy-derived Bioinks. Temple University Graduate Competition (2020). Philadelphia, PA