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Dr. Stout


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Dr. Stout


about us

 learn more about who we are and what makes LBBL exciting at LBSU

The "Dude" who abides 

Dr. David A. Stout photographed by SteffaniePadilla.com on behalf of CSULB

Dr. David A. Stout photographed by SteffaniePadilla.com on behalf of CSULB

David A. Stout, PhD
Assistant Professor
International Coordinator, International Research Center for Translational Orthopaedics (IRCTO)
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
California State University, Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Blvd ECS-632
Long Beach CA 90840

Dr. David A. Stout (aka Dr. Dave by his students) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at California State University, Long Beach and the International Coordinator for the International Research Center for Translational Orthopedics (IRCTO). He received his B.Sc. degree in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Chemistry from California State University, Long Beach in 2010, and a Ph.D. from Brown University in Biomedical Engineering in 2014. While at Brown, Dr. Stout was a member of the Nanomedicine Laboratories focusing on the development of cardiovascular nano-biomaterials. Under the direction of Dr. Christian Franck, Dr. Stout then developed a system to investigate the migration forces of human neutrophils in a 3D environment in the Cell Mechanics Laboratory.

Today, Dr. Stout’s Lab focuses on applying engineering techniques to the biomedical world to combat some of the most deadly diseases and infections. His research expertise is in cardiovascular biomaterials, orthopedic biomaterials, nano-medicine, solid mechanics, cell mechanics and migration.

Dr. Stout is a recipient numerous awards ranging from The National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Student Fellowship and (twice) Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF) Research Fellowship. He has presented more than 30 times in numerous countries all over the world on the use of nanomaterials, and has mentored many undergraduate and graduate students. He is a member of BMES, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, AIAA, and SFB.

With his time away from the lab, teaching, and expanding the minds of the next generation, Dr. Stout hits the pavement and runs as many marathons as his body will allow (15+ a year). Dr. Stout runs to support his research efforts to cure cancer, sepsis awareness, and stop the progress of cardiovascular disease. He hopes that by running he will motivate others to live a happy healthy life and give awareness to research support. You can follow his running adventures at (https://www.instagram.com/drdave26.2/)
 

 
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Lab Members


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Lab Members


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Current Undergraduates

Graduates and Alumni

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Collaborators and Industry


current collaborators

Collaborators and Industry


current collaborators

Lei Yang, PhD
Lei Yang is currently a professor at the Institute of Orthopaedics, Soochow University (Suzhou, China). He received his PhD (2011) in engineering and MS (2011) in innovation management and entrepreneurship from Brown University (Providence, USA) and both ME (2006) and BE (2004) in materials science and engineering from Tsinghua University (Beijing, China). Before joining the Soochow University in 2012, Lei worked as lecturer and postdoc in the School of Engineering at Brown University. His research interests focus on novel biomaterials for orthopedic applications and mechanistic study on cell-material interactions.


Charles Powell
After a good friend of his contracted HIV, Charles Powell designed, developed and patented a revolutionary, new condom called the Galactic Cap. The thing that makes it so unique is that this condom fits safely and securely on the head of the penis, leaving the coronal ridge and shaft exposed for more skin to skin contact, more sexual pleasure and ultimately more condom usage throughout the world. Mr. Powell completed a successful Indiegogo Crowd Funding Campaign for the Galactic Cap.  It raised over $100,000 from supporters in 26 countries around the world. Along the way he generated lots of buzz. In three days, his video went viral and had over a million views! Besides the initial article in the LA Weekly, the Galactic Cap was written up in the Huffington Post, New York Daily News, UK Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Glamour, Askmen, TechCrunch, DailyBuzz, Gismodo-India and translated into German, French and Spanish.