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SELECTBIO Conferences 3D-Culture, Organoids and Organs-on-Chips 2021

Min Jae Song 's Biography

Min Jae Song , Staff Scientist, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS)

Dr. Song earned B.S. in 2004 and M.S. in 2006 from Mechanical Engineering of Hanyang University in South Korea and Texas A&M University, focusing on soft tissue mechanics. Dr. Song received Ph.D from Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University in 2012, focused on developing multi-physics computational prediction and experimental tools to achieve the precise delivery of mechanical cues to stem cells seeded within a tissue engineering scaffold to direct the stem cell fate. His interest in mechanobiology led him to the respiratory research as a postdoctoral fellow at Bioengineering department of the University of Pennsylvania, developing an in vitro model of ventilator induced lung injury. With his experiences of tissue engineering and barrier tissue modeling, he has developed a vascularized barrier tissue model to study age related macular degeneration, collaborating with NCATS, since he joined a NEI team in 2014. He has held staff scientist position in tissue bioprinting group at NCATS since 2018. His current research is primarily focused on modeling of 3D engineered tissues and relevant diseases for drug development in preclinical studies, using bioprinting technique.

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3D Vascularized Lung Barrier Tissue Model in Organ-on-a-Chip Platform with an Open Access

Tuesday, 23 March 2021 at 13:00

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NCATS tissue bioprinting lab developed a protocol for 3D vascularized lung barrier tissue models using a commercial organ on a chip platform with an open access (OrganoPlate® Graft). This open access enabled the formation of small airway or alveolar epithelium on the top of 3D vascularized construct, exhibiting comparable barrier functions. The presentation will describe this 3D lung barrier tissue on a chip including perfused vasculature with morphological and functional validations. I will further discuss the potential applications in modeling relevant diseases.

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