Research & Publications
Dr. Micha Sam Brickman Raredon is a research group leader in the Departments of Anesthesiology, Internal Medicine, and Immunobiology studying regenerative lung engineering. Dr. Raredon's laboratory seeks to reverse-engineer tissues for regenerative medicine through the close study of single-cell systems biology.
Dr. Raredon completed his MD/PhD training at Yale in the laboratory of Dr. Laura Niklason (Biomedical Engineering), co-mentored by Dr. Naftali Kaminski (Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine), Dr. Andre Levchenko (Systems Biology) and Dr. Yuval Kluger (Applied Math). He is now affiliated as a research fellow under the mentorship Dr. Kaminski, Dr. Ruslan Medzhitov (Immunobiology), and Dr. Robert Schonberger (Anesthesiology). Dr. Raredon studied Materials Science and Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a Draper Fellow developing tissue micro-fabrication techniques in the laboratories of Dr. Linda Griffith (Bioengineering), Dr. Paula Hammond (Chemical Engineering), and Dr. Jeffrey Borenstein (Draper Labs). He completed his undergraduate work in Biomedical Engineering and the History of Art at Yale University and the University of Cambridge.
Dr. Raredon plays the cello and enjoys finding time to be outdoors and near water as much as possible.
Education & Training
- MDYale School of Medicine (2022)
- PhDYale School of Engineering and Applied Science, Biomedical Engineering (2021)
- MSYale School of Engineering and Applied Science, Biomedical Engineering (2020)
- MPhilYale School of Engineering and Applied Science, Biomedical Engineering (2020)
- MSMassachusetts Institute of Technology, Materials Science and Engineering (2014)
- BSYale University, Biomedical Engineering & History of Art (2011)
Honors & Recognition
|MD/PhD Thesis Prize||Yale School of Medicine||2022|
|Draper Fellowship||Draper Laboratories||2012|
|Distinction in Biomedical Engineering||Yale University||2011|
|Distinction in History of Art||Yale University||2011|
|Engineering Honors||Tau Beta Pi||2011|
|John Thouron Prize||University of Cambridge||2010|
|Harvard Book Award||Deerfield Academy||2007|