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About Thomas J. Goodwin, PhD, FAcadTM

Cellular physiologist and bioengineer Thomas J. Goodwin, PhD, expanded the boundaries of human physiology and bioengineering research at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) for 30 years. He is recognized the world over for his pioneering contributions to and authority in 3D biology, tissue engineering, bioelectromagnetic field effects, and synthesized tissue growth.

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Thomas J. Goodwin, PhD, FAcadTM

Professional Experience

3/2016 – Present:

Sovaris Aerospace, Consultant in Space Biomedicine, Translational Medicine and Research 
www.sovarisaerospace.com

9/2015 – Present:

Honorary President– European Society for Translational Medicine (EUSTM) 
www.eutranslationalmedicine.org/boards

8/2014 – Present:

Associate Editor – New Horizons in Translational Medicine
www.journals.elsevier.com/new-horizons-in-translational-medicine/editorial-board

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Publications

Personalized Precision Medicine Approaches: In Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine 3rd ed.

Books and Articles

Schmidt,M.A., Goodwin, T.J.*, Cuttino, M., Personalized Medicine in Space Flight, Part I: The Space Context and Standard Clinical Approaches: In Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine 3rd ed., MJ. Legato (Ed), Elsevier, Academic Press, San Diego, CA (2017).

Schmidt,M.A., Goodwin, T.J.*, Cuttino, M., Personalized Medicine in Space Flight, Part II: Personalized Precision Medicine Approaches: In Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine 3rd ed., MJ.Legato (Ed), Elsevier, Academic Press, San Diego, CA (2017).

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Patents

2014

2013

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Flight Experiments & Special Projects

STS-107 SpaceHab mission for Human Health – Prostate Carcinoma Experiment – BDS-05, January 2003 – PI: Leland W. Chung, Co- I: Thomas J. Goodwin

STS-111/UF-2 Commercial Payload Experiment StelSys for the study of Human Liver Toxicity in Space – Thomas J. Goodwin, Project Manager / Scientist

STS-111/UF-2 First Freezer System, ARCTIC #2, to ISS for preservation of biological samples - Thomas J. Goodwin, Project Manager/ Scientist

STS-110/8A First Freezer System, ARCTIC #1, to ISS for preservation of biological samples – Thomas J. Goodwin, Project Manager/ Scientist

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Space Shuttle Columbia STS-107 during its 16-day mission
Above: Space Shuttle Columbia STS-107 during its 16-day mission. Credit: NASA

Awards

2017

2015

2014

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