Dr. Doroski currently serves as an associate professor of biology and the director of the pre-engineering program. He received his doctorate in biomedical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and currently teaches freshman biology, developmental biology, and rigid body dynamics. Dr. Doroski’s experimental research is focused on stem cell delivery and tissue engineering and has been published in scientific journals such as Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering, and PLOS One. He is a regular speaker on IVF, stem cells and other bioethical topics. Dr. Doroski’s analysis demonstrating how Humanae vitae has advanced reproductive healthcare contributed to the book Why Humanae Vitae Is Still Right, which was edited by Janet Smith. He has also written and spoken on the dominance of adult stem cells in clinical trials, how to understand when organisms begin from a biological perspective, and what the biological data says about the metaphysics of embryo fusion. His work has been presented at conferences on Bioethics and the Philosophy of Medicine and published in journals such as the Linacre Quarterly, the journal of the Catholic Medical Association, and Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics.
Georgia Tech Students for Life (pro-life), 2008-2011
RR Asawa, JC Belkowski, DA Schmitt, EM Hernandez, AE Babcock, CK Lochner, HN Baca, CM Rylatt, IS Steffes, JJ VanSteenburg, KE Diaz, DM Doroski. Transient cellular adhesion on poly(ethylene-glycol)- dimethacrylate hydrogels facilitates a novel stem cell bandage approach. PLoS One. 2018 Aug 23; 13(8): e0202825.
R Hershenov and DM Doroski. Twin, Inc. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. 2018; 39(4): 301-319.
DM Doroski, How Humanae vitae has advanced reproductive health. The Linacre Quarterly. 2014; 81(3): 286-294.
DM Doroski, ME Levenston, JS Temenoff. Cyclic tensile culture promotes fibroblastic differentiation of marrow stromal cells encapsulated in poly(ethylene glycol)-based hydrogels. Tissue Eng Part A. 2010 Jul 28; 16(11):3457-66.
DM Doroski, KS Brink, JS Temenoff. Techniques for characterization of tissue-engineered tendon and ligament. Biomaterials. 2007 Jan; 28(3):187-202.