Adam Ley graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S.E and M.S.E in Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in Tissue Engineering.
As an undergraduate, Adam contributed to a variety of projects including computationally predicting the structures of and designing a multiforce-loading bioreactor. For his master’s curricula, he conducted research in the Ultrasound Laboratory under Dr. Mario Fabiilli, investigating how 3D bioprinting technology could be used to design acoustically-responsive fibrin hydrogels to promote spatio-temporally controlled vascularization.
Adam’s interests lie in the intersection of biomaterials, biomechanics, and tissue engineering, and he is excited to continue exploring the field of regenerative medicine in the T32 program and at Minnesota.
Outside of lab and classes, Adam enjoys weightlifting, making music with others, and tending to his ever-growing collection of succulents.