Amelia Hurley-Novatny, M5G


MSTP Learning Community:  Boulware

MSTP Entry Date:  August 1, 2020

Graduate Program:

Cell & Developmental Biology


Brad Amendt, PhD

Laboratory Rotations:

2021 - Brad Amendt, PhD

2022 - Eric Van Otterloo, PhD


2021 Fall - M2/PA2 Liaison Committee

2021 - MOHD IV Liaison Committee

2021-2023 - MSTP Admissions Committee Student Member

2021-present - Co-Chair, Aspiring MSTP Surgeon-Scientist Group

2021-present - MSTP Wellness Committee (Co-Chair 2022-2023; Chair 2023-2024)

2021-present - Carver College of Medicine Student Government, MSTP Representative

2022-present - Co-President, Women in Orthopedics Interest Group


2021 SUMR - Case-Based Learning (CBL) co-leader for group of SUMR students during two sessions

2021 Fall - MSCC Anatomy Tutor

2022 Fall - MSCC Anatomy Tutor


2021 - SUMR Program - Boulware Community Student Advisor


2019 - BS, Bioengineering - University of Maryland


ORCiD:  0000-0002-8326-0646

Hurley-Novatny AC, Allbritton-King JD, Jha S, Cowen EW, Colbert RA, Navid F, Bhattacharyya T. Fibroblasts from Patients with Melorheostosis Promote Angiogenesis in Healthy Endothelial Cells through Secreted Factors. J Invest Dermatol. 2022 Sep;142(9):2406-2414.e5. doi: 10.1016/j.jid.2022.02.006. Epub 2022 Feb 19. PubMed PMID: 35189151; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9388700.