3D BioPrinting Conference 2015

The program of the second 3D Bioprinting Conference, on January 28th 2015 at MECC Maastricht:

9:00 9:40 Registration and Coffee
9:40 9:50 Conference room Brussels
Welcome and introduction
Pieter Hermans, matchmaker for innovators, Jakajima.
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09:50 10:20 Keynote:
Prof. Dr. Michael Gelinsky, Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research Medical Faculty, Dresden University of Technology
‘Bioprinting by means of multi-channel 3D plotting.’
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10:20 10:50 Arnold Bos, Consultant at Lux Research Consulting
‘The makings of a bioprinting market.’
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10:50 11:00 Pitch: ‘New 3D Printing system for the medical market’
By Ernst Jan Bos, MD, PhD-student at Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, VU University Medical Centre
11:00 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 12:00 Jan Schrooten, Co-founder & Managing Director at Antleron
‘Building a regional ecosystem for regenerative medicine’.
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12:00 12:30 Dr. Chris Arts, Dept Orthopaedic Surgery at Maastricht University Medical Centre
‘3D printing in orthopaedic surgery, indications & challenges.’
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12:30 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:00 Dr. Kirsten Borchers, Fraunhofer IGB – Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology.
‘How biological tissues become printable.’
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14:00 14:30 Ernst Jan Louwers, Founder of Louwers IP | Technology Advocaten
‘Reprinting the Law.’
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14:30 15:00 Will Van den Tweel, Senior Director 3D printing at DSM Biomedical
‘3D printing of medical devices.’
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15:00 15:30 Break
15:30 16:00 Dr. Frederik Claeyssens, PhD Senior Lecturer in Biomaterials at Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Sheffield
‘Laser direct write for peripheral nerve repair.’
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16:00 16:30 Jeanine Hendriks, CTO at CellCoTec
‘How will 3D (bio) printing revolutionize cartilage regeneration for patients? It is already there!’
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16:30 17:00 Carlos Mota, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at MERLN Institute for Technology-Inspired Regenerative Medicine, Maastricht University
‘Tissue engineered constructs for middle ear repair.’
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17:00 18:30 Drinks