Mariah Hahn

About

Mariah Hahn received her Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering in 1998 from the University of Texas, from which she graduated with highest honors. She continued her education at Stanford, where she received a Masters degree in electrical engineering in 2001. She completed her PhD studies in vocal fold regeneration at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2004. During her PhD and post-doctoral studies, Dr. Hahn was trained by two leaders in tissue engineering and biomaterials - Dr. Robert Langer and Dr. Jennifer West. In 2005, Dr. Hahn joined the department of chemical engineering at Texas A&M University, College Station, as an assistant professor and was promoted to associate professor in 2011. She joined Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute as an associate professor of biomedical engineering in 2012. Her research interests include elucidating cell-biomaterial interactions so as to rationally guide bone and vascular regeneration. Her research has culminated in over 50 research articles. Dr. Hahn is a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award (2010), the American Heart Association Scientist Development Award (2008), and the American Society of Engineering Education GSW Young Faculty Award (2009). Prof. Hahn was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) for her contributions to the field of tissue engineering and biomaterials.

Education & Training

Ph.D., MIT, 2004

Publications

The following is a selection of recent publications in Scopus. Mariah Hahn has 107 indexed publications in the subjects of Materials Science, Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology, and Engineering.

Yuan Tian, Wen J. Seeto, Mayra A. Páez-Arias, Mariah S. Hahn, Elizabeth A. Lipke
Acta Biomaterialia
, 152
, 2022
, pp.74-85
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Jonathan Picker, Ziyang Lan, Srishtee Arora, Mykel Green, Mariah Hahn, Elizabeth Cosgriff-Hernandez, Magnus Hook
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology
, 10
, 2022
.
Connor J. Demott, McKenzie R. Jones, Caleb D. Chesney, Daniel J. Yeisley, Robert A. Culibrk, Mariah S. Hahn, Melissa A. Grunlan
Macromolecular Bioscience
, 22
, 2022
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Ahmad S. Arabiyat, Hongyu Chen, Josh Erndt-Marino, Katie Burkhard, Lisa Scola, Allison Fleck, Leo Q. Wan, Mariah S. Hahn
Cartilage
, 13
, 2021
, pp.713S-721S
.
Ahmad S. Arabiyat, Silvia Becerra-Bayona, Timothy Kamaldinov, Dany J. Munoz-Pinto, Mariah S. Hahn
Regenerative Engineering and Translational Medicine
, 7
, 2021
, pp.494-505
.
Ahmad S. Arabiyat, Michaela R. Pfau, Melissa A. Grunlan, Mariah S. Hahn
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research - Part A
, 109
, 2021
, pp.2334-2345
.
Teri N. Hreha, Sara Foreman, Ana Duran-Pinedo, Andrew R. Morris, Patricia Diaz-Rodriguez, J. Andrew Jones, Kristina Ferrara, Anais Bourges, Lauren Rodriguez, Mattheos A.G. Koffas, Mariah Hahn, Alan R. Hauser, Blanca Barquera
PLoS ONE
, 16
, 2021
.
Robert A. Culibrk, Ahmad S. Arabiyat, Carisa A. Dekalb, Mariah S. Hahn
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
, 84
, 2021
, pp.647-658
.
Michael T. Frassica, Sarah K. Jones, Jakkrit Suriboot, Ahmad S. Arabiyat, Esteban M. Ramirez, Robert A. Culibrk, Mariah S. Hahn, Melissa A. Grunlan
Biomacromolecules
, 21
, 2020
, pp.5189-5199
.

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