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SELECTBIO Conferences International Bioprinting Congress

International Bioprinting Congress Agenda


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Thursday, 24 July 2014

07:30

Registration

08:30

Chee Kai ChuaKeynote Presentation

Additive Manufacturing in Tissue Engineering: Current state-of-the-art on 3D Scaffolds
Chee Kai Chua, Executive Director, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

09:30

4D Bioprinting: biofabrication of rod-like and tubular tissue engineered constructs using programmable self-folding bioprinted biomaterials
Vladimir Mironov, Chief Scientific Officer, 3D Bioprinting Solutions, Brazil

10:00

Peptide Inks: Bio-printing Self-Assembling Ultrashort Peptides to Build Nanofibrous Scaffolds for Regenerative Medicine Applications
Charlotte A E Hauser, Team Leader/Principal Research Scientist, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

10:30

Coffee Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

11:00

Microfluidic Cell Patterning Technique for Multicellular Dynamics Studies
Chwee Teck Lim, Provost's Chair Professor, Principal Investigator, Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore

11:30

Regulatory Updates on Cellular and Tissue-based Products
Kazuhisa Koike , Reviewer, PMDA , Japan

12:00

The Patent Landscape of Bioprinting
Robert Esmond, Director, Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C, United States of America

12:30

GeSiMTechnology Spotlight:
GeSiM
Jian He, Product Specialist, GeSiM

12:45

Lunch Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

14:00

Intellectual Property Landscape / Ethics Surrounding Bioprinting Human Parts and Tissue / Regulatory Path Forward - PANEL DISCUSSION

15:30

Coffee Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

16:00

Coach leaves Biopolis for NAMC

16:30

Tour of NAMC

18:30

Coach leaves NAMC for return to Biopolis

Friday, 25 July 2014

07:30

Registration

08:30

Makoto NakamuraKeynote Presentation

The concepts of the challenges for the developments of Bioprinting and Biofabrication
Makoto Nakamura, Professor, The University of Toyama, Japan

09:30

Organ Printing as an Information Technology: Towards Tissue and Organ Informatics
Rodrigo Rezende, Post-Doc Researcher, Center for Information Technology Renato Archer, Brazil

Organ printing is a computer-aided robotic additive biofabrication of human organs. The information technology and computer-aided design software are instrumental in the transformation of virtual 3D bioimaging information about human tissue and organs into living biological reality during 3D bioprinting.

10:00

3D Bioprinting – Bioassembly Robots and Bioinks
Stuart Williams, Director, University of Louisville, United States of America

10:30

Coffee Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

11:00

Magnetic 3D Bioprinting for High-Throughput Drug Screening
Hubert Tseng, Sr. R&D Scientist, Nano3D Biosciences, United States of America

A recently novel method, magnetic 3D bioprinting, is presented to rapidly print 3D tissue cultures for high-throughput screening.

11:30

Bioprinting interfaces for 2D and 3D Cell and Tissue models
Mark DeCoster, Associate Professor, Louisiana Tech University, United States of America

Developing bioprinting interfaces for 2-dimensional (2D) and 3-dimensional (3D) cellular assemblies is important for understanding the growth and differentiation of both normal and diseased cells; bioprinting interfaces may give us insight into, and control over, these transitions.

12:00

Multiphoton processing - a versatile technology platform for the development of standard biomimetic microenvironments for 3D cell culture
Aleksandr Ovsianikov, Assistant Professor, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

12:30

Lunch Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

14:00

A New Approach for 3D Tissue & Organ Fabrication Inspired From Orthopedic Surgery
Koichi Nakayama, Professor and Chairman, Saga University, Japan

14:30

3D Bioprinting of Human Embryonic Stem Cells
Will Shu, Reader, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

15:00

Extrusion Printing of Hydrogels with Embedded Cells
Paul Calvert, Professor of Bioengineering, UMass Dartmouth, United States of America

Several cell types have been embedded in 3D printed gel scaffolds. Metabolic rates have been measured and related to diffusion coefficients, depth of the cells and gel structure.

15:30

Coffee Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

16:00

Easiest Tissue and Organ to Bioprint / Technology Advancement and Innovation for Bioprinting / How far are we realistically from the Clinic? - PANEL DISCUSSION

17:30

Closing Reception


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