Regenerative Medicine Scientist and Engineer
Dr. Matthew Murphy is a regenerative medicine scientist and engineer from Austin, Texas. He earned his bachelors degree in chemical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and his PhD in biomedical engineering from Rice University. He has worked as a NASA space suit design engineer and as a lead scientist for the DARPA sponsored “Fracture Putty” wounded warrior regenerative medicine project. For the past six years he served as the R&D director for Celling Biosciences with focus on designing and testing devices for concentrating autologous stem cells and biomaterials for repairing orthopedic injuries. In 2017, he founded Murphy Lifescience as a consulting firm to foster collaboration between physicians and scientists in developing biotechnology and conducting and publishing clinical studies.