Dr. Moldovan is Associate Research Professor at IUPUI, and founding Director of the 3D Bioprinting Core at Indiana University School of Medicine. He received his MS in Biophysics at the University of Bucharest, Romania and his PhD in Cellular Biology from the ‘N. Simionescu” Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology (co-founded by the late Nobel laureate George E. Palade) also in Bucharest, Romania. After a post-doctoral training in Cardiovascular Medicine at Johns Hopkins University, he performed extensive Biomedical Engineering research at the Oho State University in Columbus, OH. Among other NIH and AHA funding, he received an RC2 ARRA ‘stimulus’ grant on the interaction of circulating vascular progenitor cells with polymeric micro-fibrils. Dr. Moldovan is the founding Director of the 3D Bioprinting Core at IUSM/IUPUI, equipped with the state-of-the-art 'Regenova' bioprinter, and with the automatic fluorescence microscope 'IncuCyte ZOOM'. To cover the bioprinter's cost, he won a large NIH S10/Shared Instrument Grant award, on which he is Principal Investigator. He is also an Associate Editor of Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine.