This is the second innovation recognition that Lin has received in 2019. MTF Biologics, the world’s largest tissue bank, named Lin this year’s recipient of the J.R. Neff Award. Named in honor of the late orthopaedic surgeon and researcher, James R. Neff, this award goes to an individual whose work in the orthopaedics field “embodies dedication, perseverance and intense curiosity.”
“While treatments for degenerative joint diseases and soft tissue injury still present unmet needs and perhaps the greatest challenges to the orthopaedic medical practice, our new invention to develop novel injectable therapeutics sheds a hope to provide promising alternatives to treat these disorders,” says Lin.
Last year the Ohio Faculty Council recognized Jay Lee, a professor in UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, with the Technology Commercialization Award for Lee’s contribution to the field of industrial artificial intelligence. The year prior the recognition went to UC College of Engineering and Applied Science professor Jason Heikenfeld, for developing a suite of new sensor technology in his Novel Devices Lab.Replace with your text