Scott L. Diamond, Ph.D. is the Arthur E. Humphrey Professor and Chair of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. He received his BS in Chemical Engineering (Cornell U., 1986) and PhD in Chemical Engineering (Rice U., 1990). Diamond has over 25 years of experience with in vitro fluidic systems for biomedical research in areas ranging from endothelial mechanobiology, cell adhesion, miniaturized high throughput drug discovery, and blood systems biology. With over 170 publications and patents (h=39; >5500 citations; i10=115 Google citation index), he is a well recognized biomedical scientist and bioengineer who has managed more than $23 million of NIH research funding over his career. Diamond is an elected fellow of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) and currently serves on the BMES Board of Directors. Also, Diamond has served on numerous NIH study sections for the past 20 years.