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Faculty Profile

Arthur J. Coury

University Distinguished Professor, Chemical Engineering
617.373.2989
360 Huntington Avenue
313 Snell Engineering Center
Boston, MA 02115

Biography

Joined the Chemical Engineering Department in Spring 2014.

Education

  • MBA (1980), University of Minnesota, Business Administration
  • PhD (1965), University of Minnesota, Organic Chemistry
  • BS (1962), University of Delaware, Chemistry

Research & Scholarship Interests

Polymeric biomaterials for medical products such as implantable electronic devices, hydrogel-based devices and drug delivery systems
Affiliated With

Department Research Areas

Honors & Awards

  • 2013 University of Minnesota "Outstanding Alumni Award"
  • 2012 C. William Hall Award, Society for Biomaterials
  • 2012 Founders Award, Society for Biomaterials
  • 2012 "Pierre M. Galletti Award," American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering
  • 2011 American Chemical Society Fellow
  • 2010 Induction on the University of Delaware "Wall of Fame"
  • 2009 Elected Member, National Academy of Engineering
  • 2008 Biomaterials Science and Engineering Fellow
  • 2008 Recognized as one of "100 Notable People in the Medical Device Industry" by MD&DI magazine
  • 2007 Innovation and Technology Development Award of the Society for Biomaterials
  • 1998 American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering Fellow

Professional Affiliations

  • American Chemical Society, Fellow
  • American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, Fellow
  • Biomaterials Science and Engineering, Fellow
  • European Society for Biomaterials, Member
  • International Society for Applied Cardiovascular Biology, Member
  • International Society of Cardiovascular Medicine and Science, Member
  • Materials Research Society, Member
  • National Academy of Engineering, Elected Member
  • Society for Biomaterials, U.S.A., Member
  • Tissue Engineering Society, North America, Member

Selected Publications

  • A. Coury, Forces and Imperatives in Translating Medical Concepts to the Marketplace, BE 502 “From Lab Bench to Marketplace” Department of Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania, 2013
  • A. Coury, Issues in Translation of Advanced Composites from the Bench to the Medical Marketplace, MRS Conference, Boston, MA, 2013
  • A. Coury, Progress in the Prevention of Tissue Adhesions, Tenth International Symposium on Frontiers in Biomedical Polymers, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2013
  • A. Coury, Organic Chemistry: Passport to a “Hybrid” Career, Presentation to Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota, upon Receipt of Distinguished Alumni Award, 2013
  • A. Coury, Technology, Service and Bucking Convention: A Prescription for a Rewarding Biomaterials Career, Transactions of Society for Biomaterials, 2(3), 101S-110S, in conjunction with receipt of  2013 C. William Hall Award, Boston, MA, 2013
  • A. Coury, P. Jarrett, Tissue Adhesives and Sealants for Surgical Applications, in Joining and Assembly of Medical Materials and Devices, Edited by Y.N. Zhou and M.D. Breyen (Woodhead Publishing Limited), 2013, 449-490
  • A. Coury, Tissue Engineering: Scope, Products, and Commercialization Strategies, Chapter 17, Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering: Biological Design, Materials, and Fabrication, Edited by Claudio Migliaresi and Antonella Motta, CRC Press (Taylor & Francis), 2014, 614-625

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October 24, 2016

ChE Professor Art Coury was interviewed by Reuters to examine Cativa's new hydrogel implant in the article " Water-based implant new option for Americans with big toe damage ". Source:...

June 6, 2016

Northeastern had the highest number of presentations by faculty and students ever at the World Biomaterials Congress held in Montreal from May 17-22, 2016.

June 3, 2016

ChE Professor Art Coury has made several trips to China in the past few years to setup biomaterial/bioengineering collaborations.

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