Lauren Cornell was featured on the “12 Under 12” Spotlight on the Aggie Network. Lauren graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics in 2009. While she was a student there, she was active in Project Sunshine, OPAS, and Aggie Women in Leadership.
She is also a graduate of two of our graduate programs, she completed her Master of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2012 and her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Translational Science in 2019.
Since graduating, she has been working at U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research as a Staff Research Biologist working on sensory trauma. She is also the CEO/Co-Founder of NovoThelium, an early stage biotechnology company developing a tissue-engineered nipple that maintains projection and has improved pigmentation and sensation. Current reconstruction techniques recreate the appearance of a nipple. Our technology engineers an actual nipple not just the appearance of one.
To see her feature on the Aggie Network, click here.
Interested in connecting with Lauren? Find her on gsbsalumni.com.