Board Secretary, Dr. Aaron Tabor
Dr. Aaron J. Tabor is an Arizona native, growing up in the Phoenix area and moving to Flagstaff in 2007. He has held full-time faculty positions at Coconino Community College (CCC) and Northern Arizona University (NAU). He was previously the Bioscience instructor for the iCREATE grant through CAVIAT school district.
His research interest includes human translational modalities. He has worked on numerous industry-driven projects that dealt with cosmetic procedures, wound healing, cardiovascular studies, strokes, and catheter redesigns. He is currently the minority owner and the Scientific Advisory Board President for a start-up company called BioFlow, LLC. He owns his own consulting business, Tabor Consulting Services, LLC. and he has worked closely with many clinicians at Flagstaff Medical Center, Barrow Neurovascular, Physical Therapy offices, and beyond.
In this translational field, Dr. Tabor has numerous publications and peer reviewed textbooks and articles. Dr. Tabor aspires for his research to one day translate to the bedside to improve the quality of care for all patients. Currently, Dr. Tabor serves in a leadership role at Axolotl Biologix, a regenerative medicine company. Outside of his industry, academic and research responsibilities he serves on several boards. Currently, he is President for the Coconino County Workforce Development Board, secretary for the BioInterfaces Board of Directors/Foundation, secretary for Tynkertopia Board of Directors, Flagstaff EcoRanch Advisory Board. He previously served on the STEM City and Victim Witness Services boards.
He recently graduated from the 2018-2019 Flagstaff Leadership Program (FLP) and was honored with the 2018 Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce’s “20 under 40” class. He is happily married to his wife, Aubrey, and they both love adrenaline-based activities including TOUGH MUDDER runs. Together Aaron and Aubrey head up a Gracie/Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu school. They have a “Brady bunch” family, always keeping the home energetic and exciting!