Aaron Morris, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Bld. 520 NCRC
1600 Huron Pkwy.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2800

Dr. Morris heads the PRecision Immune MicroEnvironments (PRIME) Lab, which works at the intersection of biomaterials engineering, immunology, and drug delivery.The PRIME lab focuses on using engineered materials as platforms to: study immunology, diagnose disease, and develop therapeutics. We are interested in the interface between materials and living systems. In particular, we are interested in: i) developing materials to ask questions about immune function; ii) creating programmable materials / cell-material constructs to enable responses to cues from the environment; and iii) engineering materials for applications in regenerative medicine. Our long-term vision is to develop non-invasive systems for monitoring and manipulating immunity within tissues.