What is the current 3D Bioprinting landscape?

3D-Bioprinting holds much promise in advancing medicine as tool to replicate cellular complexity of tissue environment ex vivo for drug screening and as a means of engineering well-defined functional tissue units for transplantation.

In regards to the latter, 3D-bioprinting offers a critical link between principles of tissue engineering and patient-specific delivery of healthcare, thinks Prasad Shastri, Professor of Biofunctional Macromolecular Chemistry and the Director of the Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry at the University of Freiburg.

In an era where bioprinting continues to hold promise sometimes its hard to understand why and how are they useful, says Ricky Solorzano, CEO, Allevi. Come and listen to the key ways bioprinting is being most commonly used by researchers around the world.

At 3D Medical Conference & Expo (February 4-5) in Maastricht, during the 3D Bioprinting session (February 4) the latest developments, applications, novel materials, challenges and future prospects will be discussed. Below you can find the list of speakers during the session and the titles of presentation. Click on Read more for Interviews with speakers and more details about the presentation, speaker and their affiliation.

  • Sandra Van Vlierberghe, Professor (BOF-ZAP), Ghent University, on “3D-printing of photo-crosslinkable polymers for tissue engineering purposes”, Read more
  • Prasad Shastri, Professor and Director of the Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry, University of Freiburg, Germany, om ‘Translational Challenges in 3D-Bioprinting’, Read more
  • Silvia Farè, Associate Professor, Politecnico di Milano, on “3D printing of thermo-responsive hydrogels”, Read more
  • Lisa Bregoli, EU funding expert, Senior Project Manager, Warrant Hub S.p.A., European Funding Division, on “EU-funded project GIOTTO: The next challenge for smarT nanobiOmaterials and 3D technologies to treat osteoporotic fractures”, Read more
  • Adrian Ranga, Assistant Professor, Laboratory of Bioengineering and Morphogenesis, KU Leuven, on “Printing microvessels for organoid bioengineering”, Read more
  • Nathalie Dusserre, Head of Cells and Quality, Inserm, France, on ‘Laser-Assisted Bioprinting: Effect on Bone Regeneration’, Read more
  • Carlos Mota, Assistant Professor, MERLN Institute for Technology-Inspired Regenerative Medicine
  • Ricky Solorzano, CEO, Allevi, on “What if every scientist had an easy way to print and pattern cells”, Read more

If you register for one day, you have access to all the sessions and presentations on that day, including visiting the expo.

3D Medical Conference & Expo in a nutshell: https://3dmedicalconference.com/event/3d-medical-conference-expo-in-a-nutshell/

Full program of the event: https://3dmedicalconference.com/program/

Registration: REGISTER HERE

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