Engineer, Clinical Development
Joseph graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. in biomedical engineering. During this time, Joseph worked on various translational research projects. His experience includes developing human-transplantable xenograft tissue and corneal adhesives as well as high throughput, lab-on-a-chip prototypes. Joseph received his MHS at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Immunobiology. He further developed his knowledge of the interaction between the body and medical devices, writing his thesis on the immune privilege of the eye and corneal transplantation rejection.