Shalu Suri

Shalu Suri

Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering
Weill Hall, Room 107


Dr. Shalu Suri is a lecturer in Biomedical Engineering. She designs and teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses. Until Fall 2015, she also had a joint appointment as a research associate in the Sibley school of mechanical engineering. Her research interests include biomaterials, tissue engineering, stem cell engineering and microfluidics. Before coming to Cornell, Dr. Suri was a post doc at Georgia Tech working with Profs. Hang Lu, Andres Garcia, and Todd McDevitt. Dr. Suri received her Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin working with Prof. Christine Schmidt.

Research Interests

Selected Publications

Selected Awards and Honors

  • James and Mary Tien Excellence in Teaching Award 2018
  • Annual Acta Student Award for the outstanding research publication "Photopatterned collagen-hyaluronic acid interpenetrating polymer network hydrogels", making major contribution the field of tissue engineering (Acta Biomaterialia) 2009
  • STAR Award (Society for Biomaterials) 2006
  • Bajpai Saha Award for Best Paper Presentation (15th Annual Conference on Biomaterials and Artificial Organs) 2005
  • MHRD-GATE Scholarship for outstanding achievements in academics (Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India) 2003


  • BS (Biology), Kanpur University, 2001
  • MS (Biochemistry), Kanpur University, 2003
  • MS (Biomedical Engineering), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, 2005
  • Ph D University of Texas at Austin, 2010