Alumna Kristi Anseth Wins the 2013 James E. Bailey Award, AIChE, 2013

Kristi S. Anseth
Kristi Anseth (BS ’92), the Tisone Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado, is the recipient of the AIChE 2013 James E. Bailey Award.

The Society for Biological Engineering announced that Dr. Kristi S. Anseth is the winner of the 2013 James E. Bailey Award for her outstanding contributions in the development of novel photo-crosslinkable biomaterials for regenerative medicine, tissue engineering applications and for leadership in the application of chemical engineering principles for biomedicine.

The award is dedicated to the memory of Professor James Bailey for his many pioneering contributions to biotechnology. It is presented to an individual who has had an important impact on biological engineering and whose achievements have advanced the profession. James Bailey's educational legacy touched many modern biochemical and biological engineers in the profession today. The award is presented to an individual who embodies the spirit of James Bailey, one that is a pioneer, a mentor, an innovator, an integrator of biology and engineering, a teacher, and whose achievements have provided a major impact to the field of biological engineering.

Dr. Anseth is the Tisone Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Colorado, and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, University of Colorado. She received both the Purdue Outstanding Chemical Engineer and Distinguished Engineering Alumna Awards in February 2012.