Dr. Gall is experienced in the design and characterization of complex, multifunctional biomaterials. She has managed cross-functional laboratory teams in industry and academia focused on the discovery and development of new products, test methods, and techniques in the regenerative medicine space. Throughout her years of experience as a biomedical engineer, she has developed and validated novel assays, improved the efficiency and scale of manufacturing processes, and submitted regulatory scientific documentation. She has several peer reviewed publications and scientific journal cover articles describing innovative growth factor delivery methods and scaffolding techniques. Emily received her PhD in Bioengineering with a concentration in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine from The University of Pittsburgh. During her PhD studies, she was an NIH T32 fellow in the Cellular Approaches to Tissue Engineering and Regeneration program and completed a clinical internship rotation in orthopedics. She received her Bachelors of Science in Biomedical Engineering and Civil & Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. She is also licensed by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) as a Certified Tissue Bank Specialist (CTBS).