Kaitlyn Sadtler researches how our body can regenerate tissue through instructions from our immune system.

Why you should listen

Kaitlyn Sadtler is a postdoctoral fellow at MIT and received her Ph.D. from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she discovered a certain type of immune cell -- the T cell -- was critical for muscle regeneration. This work was published in Science Magazine and has led to more findings in how our immune system responds to materials used in tissue engineering.

Kaitlyn Sadtler’s TED talk

More news and ideas from Kaitlyn Sadtler

Live from TED2018

Reimagining the future: Notes from TED Fellows Session 1 at TED2018

April 10, 2018

Forget those miserly folk who hoard their best for the last — TED believes in starting strong. Kicking off TED2018 is Session 1 of the TED Fellows, who count among their ranks artists, activists, scientists, researchers, conservationists, thinkers and changemakers of all kinds. The Fellows program now total 453 individuals from 96 countries. In this […]

Continue reading