Dr Naomi Paxton is a Postdoctoral Scholar in the field of biofabrication: 3D printing human tissue replacements. Her research focusses on using advanced 3D printing technologies such as melt electrowriting to develop personalised and biomimetic implants that enable tissue regeneration. Naomi is also an award-winning science communicator, speaker and teacher. She has over 9 years’ experience as a STEM Ambassador, winning the overall QUT Student Leader of the Year award for her contribution to STEM outreach and advocacy for women in STEM.
At the Knight Campus, Naomi works in the Dalton Lab and is connecting with clinicians from the PeaceHealth healthcare system to establish routine 3D printing to assist surgical decision making and improve patient outcomes.