- Tissue Engineering (EN.580.442; EN.580.642), Warren Grayson
- Advanced Orthopaedic Tissue Engineering (EN.580.643), Warren Grayson
- Tissue Engineering: From Hype to Reality (EN.500.111), Sami Singh
A Leg to Stand On (2020)
Barclay's Middle School - Engineering Day Presentations (2018)
University of Trinidad & Tobago Summer Internship Program (2015-2019)
Thread Summer Internship Program
Tissue Engineering for Regenerative Medicine | TEDxBaltimore
Facial bone loss impacts the physical, social, and emotional well-being of patients. This talk describes the process for regenerating new, customized, facial bones using tissue engineering.
Facing the Future | JHU Engineering Magazine
By creating ready-to-implant plastic bone that can turn into living tissue, Warren Grayson and his team aim to improve life dramatically for patients undergoing facial reconstructive surgery.
Cooking Up Bone Replacement | Hopkins Medicine Magazine
Once you've got the hang of cooking up bone replacement, you can give it a try. For first-time cooks, it's best to start with mice.
Is 3D Printing the Future of Medicine? | NPR
Tens of thousands of people are currently waiting for lifesaving organ transplants from donors. And hundreds of thousands of people receive bone grafts every year. Some must sacrifice a rib or leg bone for the procedure. What if instead we could build organs and bones for these patients from scratch, using living cells?
UMBC and Johns Hopkins lead effort to extend viability of organs and body parts for transplant | Baltimore Sun
Figures provided by UNOS show that there were 31,917 organs recovered in 2016 for transplant and 27,540 were transplanted. Some 4,377, or close to 14 percent, were discarded for various reasons ...
Dr Grayson's stem quest | TT Newsday
From building an impressive reputation as a footballer to a distinguished academic tasked with cutting-edge biological research, Trinidadian Dr Warren Grayson has defined himself through excellence both on and off the field.
New Method for Facial Reconstruction | Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund
At Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Warren Grayson and his lab work to develop a new method for facial reconstruction through a biomaterial-based approach, funded by the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund (MSCRF).