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Brooke Russell, PhD

Assistant Professor, Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics


Institute for Biosciences and Technology

College of Medicine


neuroscience, innovation
innovation, medical device development
Dr. Brooke Russell

About Dr. Russell

Brooke Russell, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Texas A&M Institute of Biosciences and Technology.

In 2009, she initiated efforts with Dr. Magnus Hook to commercialize bacterial collagens as a postdoctoral fellow and entrepreneur with EMC Technologies, LLC, a Texas A&M biotechnology company that is seeking to commercialize wound healing capabilities. In 2012 and currently, her efforts expanded to harness bacterial-derived materials for novel medical device development.

Dr. Russell received her Bachelor of Science in microbiology from Louisiana State University and doctorate in medical sciences from Texas A&M University in 2008.

Vital Record news coverage

Harnessing Commercialization

Newer, faster paths for biomedical research discoveries to reach patients

February 5, 2018

Women in Medicine: Brooke Russell

Celebrating the female trailblazers in medicine and medical sciences at Texas A&M

September 14, 2017

Solving real-world problems with unconventional solutions: Using bacteria to heal wounds

April 21, 2015