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Jeffrey T. Borenstein, PhD, is Laboratory Technical Staff at Draper in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Dr. Borenstein is a Principal Investigator for projects involving the application of microsystems technology towards organ assist devices and organ and disease models for drug efficacy and safety testing, as well as implantable drug delivery systems. His work focuses on the application of microfluidics technologies toward the establishment of in vitro disease models as tools for drug development. Prior to joining Draper, Dr. Borenstein held positions as a research scientist for North American Philips Corporation and Mobil Corporation. Dr. Borenstein has a Ph.D. in Physics from the University at Albany and holds 58 issued patents and over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles and conference proceedings. He is also a member of the National Academy of Inventors and a Standing Member of the ISD panel for the National Institutes of Health.