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3 for 2 Offer SELECTBIO Conferences Extracellular Vesicles 2022: Biology, Disease & Medicine3D-Models for Drug Testing: Organoids & Tissue Chips 2022Lab-on-a-Chip and Microfluidics Asia 20223D-Bioprinting, Biofabrication, Organoids & Organs-on-Chips Asia 2022Flow Chemistry Asia 2022ePoster Award Prize

3D-Bioprinting: Technologies, Research Trends, Competitive Landscape, and Application Areas



Held in conjunction with Organ-on-a-Chip World Congress & 3D-Printing

07 Jul 2015, at 16:30-19:00 in Boston, USA

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Course Summary

3D-printing has recently been used to fabricate biological models and to create living tissue. 3D-bioprinting is uniquely suited for mimicking anatomical complexity and heterogeneity present in many tissues. This training course will cover the historical background and emerging trends of optimization of 3D-printing for biological applications, will give an overview of the various bioprinting technology platforms being successfully applied in tissue engineering, and will discuss companies in this sector actively commercializing bioprinting technologies.

A must-attend course for researchers from academic institutions as well as companies seeking a hands-on understanding of the 3D-Printing field from the technical as well as commercial perspective.

Topics Covered in this Course

  • Historical Background of 3D-Bioprinting
  • Trajectory of this Emerging Field and Milestones
  • Technology Background of 3D-Printing in the Life Sciences
  • Approaches, Technology Platforms and Methodologies for 3D-Printing
  • 3D-Bioprinting for Tissue Engineering
  • Commercial Trends in 3D-Printing in the Life Sciences
  • Companies in the Sector

Who Should Attend

  • Academic Researchers Contemplating Entry into the Field
  • Experienced Researchers Seeking a Broad Picture of the Field
  • Industry Participants from Companies seeking to Understand the Technologies and Approaches
  • Investors Surveying this Expanding Field for Investment Opportunities

All course attendees receive the presentations and supplementary course materials including reviews of the field in electronic format -- An excellent resource for R&D plans, business plans, and as reference materials.

Laura Ann Hockaday

Laura Ann Hockaday, Postdoctoral Scholar, Silk Lab and Ultrafast Non-Linear Optics and Biophotonics Lab, Tufts University