Dyment Laboratory

Tim Kamalitdinov

Bioengineering PhD Student

University of Pennsylvania

Gaithersburg, MD

B.S. Bioengineering, 2018, University of Maryland, College Park

Areas of Special Interest
In the lab, I am interested in studying the cells involved in tendon to bone integration during ACL reconstruction to inform better regeneration strategies in the future. In my free time I enjoy learning to cook new things, photography, drawing, and music.


  1. Sa M‐W, Nguyen BB, Moriarty RA, Kamalitdinov T, Fisher JP, Kim JY. Fabrication and evaluation of 3D printed BCP scaffolds reinforced with ZrO2 for bone tissue applications. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 2018;115:989–999.
  2. Nguyen BNB, Moriarty RA, Kamalitdinov T, Etheridge JM, Fisher JP. (2017). Collagen hydrogel scaffold promotes mesenchymal stem cell and endothelial cell coculture for bone tissue engineering. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part A. 105A:1123–1131.
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