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How to switch to tissue engineering/biomaterials graduate work from a math background. Any advice appreciated

Specific details: Hi, I did my undergraduate degree in math (because the small school I went to didn't offer engineering) and am now in a biomedical engineering program. I have lots of theoretical background in biology in chemisty but do not have very much lab experience beyond general chemistry and biology labs. I did a year of graduate work doing research that involved modeling and computation. I realized I am not really into that. I am more interested in tissue engineering/biomaterials. I am now in my first year at a different school and having trouble finding an advisor because of the whole no relevant research experience thing. What to do? What's the way forward? Where to start? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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