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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium 3D Printing of Biomaterials and Devices
Presentation Title 3-D Printing in Regenerative Engineering
Author(s) Yusuf Khan, Cato Laurencin, Godwin Dzidotor, Amir Seyedsalehi
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Yusuf Khan
Abstract Scope The Connecticut Convergence Institute for Translation in Regenerative Engineering has taken a comprehensive approach to the repair and restoration of complex musculoskeletal tissues. Here we describe the role of 3D printing in the design and synthesis of complex, 3-dimensional, implantable scaffolds with precise architecture, degradability, and mechanical responsibilities. 3D printing has been a valuable tool for the synthesis of such scaffolds by allowing for the precise control over key design elements like pore diameter/porosity , strut diameter, and other aspects that require the precision afforded by 3D printing. We have also used 3D printing technology to develop unique devices designed to regenerate musculoskeletal tissues noninvasively by controlling joint mechanics, and also to improve the utility of complex preclinical injury models that mandate precise surgical procedures by 3D-printing pins for bone stabilization, external fixators for injury stability during healing, and jigs to facilitate accurate implant placement during the surgical procedure.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

3-D Printing in Regenerative Engineering
3D Bioprinting with Engineered Living Materials for Advanced Biofabrication
3D Printing Integrated with Controlled Delivery for In Situ Tissue Engineering of Complex and Inhomogeneous Tissues from Endogenous Stem/Progenitor Cells
3D Printing of Nanomaterials-based Biomedical Electronics
3D Printing of Zonal-structured Scaffolds for Complex Tissue Engineering
3D Printing Strategies to Fabricate Complex Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering Applications
Additive Manufacturing Process Simulation of Polyetherimide Porous Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering Applications
Biohybrid Functional Material Design by Engineered Peptides
C-1: Surface Treatment of Titanium by Alkali treatment and Magnesium Deposition for Orthopedic Application
Effect of Printing Parameters on 3D-printed Biodegradable Biopolymer-metal Composite Material
Effect of Sr2+ and Ca2+ ions on 3D printed Beta Tricalcium-Phosphate/Alginate Composite Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering
Implant Optimization Guided by Biomimetic Insight
Interlocked Bone Scaffolds with BMP Induced Osteogenesis with Use of 3D Printed Molds
Laser-Based 3D Printing for Medical Applications
Mechanical and Electrical Properties of 3D Printed Wearable Structures
Periodic Cellular Ceramic Structures by Replication of Additive Manufactured Templates
Selective Artificial Neural Network by Targeted Delivery of Neuronal Cells Using Magnetically Controlled 3D Printed Microrobots
Sheet Lamination Additive Manufacturing (SLAM) – A Viable Approach to Resorbable 3D Constructs for Bone Tissue Engineering
Solvent Cast 3D Printing with Different Molecular Weight Polymers
The Regulatory Roles of the Substrate Microenvironment in Cancer Progression in Tissue Engineering Scaffolds

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