Acacia Tam assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Practice in patent prosecution. She has extensive knowledge in the areas of biomedical engineering and machine learning for systems biology and medicine.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Acacia studied at Boston University, where she received a ME in Biomedical Engineering. As part of her studies, Acacia served as team leader in clinical needs and design developing a prototype of a tracheal intubation cuff monitor to aid in reducing complications in long-term intubated patients. 

Acacia completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell University, where she received a BS in Biomedical Engineering with a focus on biomedical materials and drug delivery.



  • Banerjee, A., Tam, A., & Dutt, M. (2021). Dendronized vesicles: Formation, self-organization of Dendron-grafted amphiphiles and stability. Nanoscale Advances, 3(3), 725–737. https://doi.org/10.1039/d0na00773k

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Acacia Tam assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Practice in patent prosecution. She has extensive knowledge in the areas of biomedical engineering and machine learning for systems biology and medicine.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Acacia studied at Boston University, where she received a ME in Biomedical Engineering. As part of her studies, Acacia served as team leader in clinical needs and design developing a prototype of a tracheal intubation cuff monitor to aid in reducing complications in long-term intubated patients. 

Acacia completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell University, where she received a BS in Biomedical Engineering with a focus on biomedical materials and drug delivery.

  • Banerjee, A., Tam, A., & Dutt, M. (2021). Dendronized vesicles: Formation, self-organization of Dendron-grafted amphiphiles and stability. Nanoscale Advances, 3(3), 725–737. https://doi.org/10.1039/d0na00773k