Dr. Jonquil R. Mau is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology (2010), North Carolina A&T State University (2012), and the University of Pittsburgh (2017), where she conducted her graduate research at the world-renowned Musculoskeletal Research
Center under the mentorship of Dr. Savio L-Y. Woo. While at the MSRC, Dr. Mau worked on multi-disciplinary teams of bioengineers, medical doctors, and business experts on the development of several medical devices for the regeneration of musculoskeletal
soft tissues. As a result of her research productivity, she has co-authored several publications. Also, Dr. Mau has received a number of awards including Coulter Translational Partners Programs II research funding, NIH T32 Biomechanics in
Regenerative Medicine (BiRM) training fellowship, NIH T32 Cellular Approaches for Tissue Engineering and Regenerations (CATER) training fellowship, to name a few. As Dr. Mau has been involved with many initiatives to commercialize the research
innovations of the MSRC, she co-authored a number of patent applications and developed an interest in the regulatory pathway of medical devices. Currently, Dr. Mau works as an engineer at Regulatory & Quality Solutions, LLC, a consulting firm
that guides medical devices companies on how to get and keep their products on the market.