Elisabeth Rutledge, Ph.D., is a Licensing Associate at the USC Stevens Center for Innovation.
Rutledge received her Ph.D. in Development, Stem Cell, and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Southern California (USC) in Dr. Andrew McMahon’s laboratory. During her studies, she investigated mammalian organ systems to understand novel regulators and pathways involved in progenitor populations and developmental processes. While completing her degree, she served as an intern in the USC Stevens Innovation Intern Program.
Prior to joining USC, she worked as a research associate at City of Hope in the Cytogenetics Department and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Occidental College in Cell and Molecular Biology.