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FEDORCHAK_MORGAN Morgan V. Fedorchak, PhD
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, Chemical Engineering and Clinical & Translational Sciences
Ophthalmic Biomaterials Laboratory
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Louis J. Fox Center for Vision Restoration

Eye & Ear Institute
203 Lothrop Street, Room 1026
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: 412-624-8625
Email: fedorchak@pitt.edu

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Dr. Fedorchak’s research interests include drug delivery to the eye and the development of novel biomaterials for ophthalmic applications.

Ophthalmic Biomaterials Lab
 
bullet point  Education
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Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, B.S.

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, Bioengineering, Ph.D.
 
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2013—Research Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering

2015—Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology


Teaching

2015—ChE/BioE 1533, Controlled Drug Delivery, University of Pittsburgh
 
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. Dr. Fedorchak's Publications
 
 
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