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Museum of Science, Boston, MA

  • Video Exhibit on Tissue Engineering – Stem Cells Exhibit, Hall of Human Life (2013-Present)
    (Professor Catherine K. Kuo speaks about stem cell and tissue engineering research in video exhibit) 
  • Special Teaching Event – Stem Cells and Engineering (2014 Fall)
  • Special Teaching Event – What can we do with Stem Cells? (2014 Spring)
  • Special Teaching Event – How does DNA make YOU? (2012 Fall)
  • Special Teaching Event – Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (2011 Spring)

Events, Committees, Panels, Talks

  • Panelist. Career Development, ORS Regional NE/NY Symposium (2017)
  • Speaker. NIH Career Symposium (2017)
  • Mentor, Champion Academy UR MedClub for Rochester City School District (2017)
  • Keynote Speaker, “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” for 6-12 grade girls, Nitsch Engineering (2015)
  • Speaker. Path of Professorship Workshop, MIT (2015)
  • Panelist. Path of Professorship Workshop, MIT (2014)
  • Panelist. Salary Negotiation for Women in STEM, Broad Institute (2014)
  • Panelist. BME Academia Night, Boston University (2014)
  • Speaker. Center for Stem Diversity, Tufts University (2013)
  • Panelist. Balancing Work and Life, Langer Lab, MIT (2011)
  • Panelist. Women in Engineering. Tufts University (2010)
  • Session Co-Chair. NIH Scientific Workshop, Women’s Health Research, NIH (2009)
  • Advisor. Tufts CSEMS Program for Undergraduate Students from Low-Income Backgrounds (2008-2012)
  • Speaker. NIH Career Symposium (2008)
  • Subcommittee Chair. NIH Working Group for Women in Biomedical Careers (chaired by NIH Director Elias Zerhouni) (2007-2008)
  • Co-Chair. Job Fair for NIH Postdoctoral, Research, and Clinical Fellows (2007)
  • Co-Chair. Job Fair for NIH Postdoctoral, Research, and Clinical Fellows (2006)
  • NIAMS Representative. NIH Fellows’ Committee (2005-2007)
  • Founder and Organizer. NIAMS Fellows’ Forum, NIH (2004-2007)