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Advances in Tissue Engineering

25th Annual Short Course • August 9-12, 2017 • BioScience Research Collaborative, Auditorium • Rice University

Leading engineers, physicians, and scientists will showcase advances in tissue engineering and exchange knowledge and technologies from the world of patient-specific therapeutics. The course, which will include a hands-on bioprinting workshop, will survey the latest knowledge and technologies in the world of patient-specific therapeutics, from cellular treatments to 3-D printing and biofabrication of complex tissues.

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Course Features

The latest on patient-specific therapeutics featuring speakers from academia, medical research, and industry.

Topics will include cell adhesion, adhesion molecules, growth factors, extracellular matrix analogs, polymer scaffolds, cell transplantation, nanobiotechnology. Other topics will include computational modeling, tissue development and growth, tissue induction, stem cell differentiation, delivery of bioactive molecules, bioreactor design, product development, regulatory issues.

Who Should Attend

Advances in Tissue Engineering is designed for biomaterialists, biomedical engineers, pharmaceutical scientists, physicians, technical managers, advanced students, and others involved with research in the following areas:

  • Regenerative Medicine
  • Stem Cell Biology
  • Cell and Tissue Culture
  • Applied Immunology
  • Gene Therapy
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Artificial Internal Organs
  • Vascular Surgery and Medicine
  • Reconstructive and Plastic Surgery
  • Drug Delivery and Targeting
  • Organ and Cell Transplantation
  • Nanobiotechnology