3D printing technology has the potential to revolutionize the field of biomedicine by providing new ways to meticulously fabricate complex structures like functional human tissues and organs as well as develop personalized medicine through new more precise drug delivery systems.
Join a panel of experts, including Chia-Wei Hsu from CAS, Shrike Zhang from Harvard Medical School, Axel Guenther from the University of Toronto, and Adam Feinberg from Carnegie Mellon University, as they share their insights on the latest advancements in biomedical 3D printing research, tissue engineering, biomaterials, and bioprinting strategies. Discover cutting-edge developments in wound healing, skin and vascular grafts, and extracellular matrix protein scaffolds engineered using advanced nanofabrication and 3D bioprinting approaches.
This ACS Webinar is moderated by Gilles Georges, Vice President & Chief Scientific Officer of CAS and co-produced with CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society.
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What You Will Learn
- An overview of the latest innovations in biomedical 3D printing, from research to materials to technology
- Recent developments in 3D bioprinting at academic research labs
- Examples of 3D printing materials and technology for tissue engineering applications
What an attendee said about this ACS Webinar!
Great talks with crisp, crucial information packed in an easy-to-follow manner and clear flow in the sub-topics with fabulous delivery from the speakers! My Master's project was on the fabrication of a microfluidic prototype by mimicking vasculature from a bio-design and hence I am familiar with the topic of this webinar. Attending this ACS Webinar has piqued my interest and consolidated my drive to work in the area of 3D bioprinting as a grad student in the near future, thank you!