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Meeting 2019 International Conference on Biofabrication
Symposium Biofabrication 2019: Late-Breaking Abstracts
Organizer(s) Ciro Rodriguez, Ohio State University
David Dean, Ohio State University
Scope Submit your late-breaking abstract today using this site. Deadline extended to September 14, 2019.

About the symposium:

The field of biofabrication is dedicated to researching and integrating technologies such as bio-printing, bio-plotting, and bio-assembly into pharmaceutical applications such as engineered tissue systems and regenerative medicine. As this field is rapidly growing and evolving, the topics and key words listed below should be looked upon as a guide, rather than restrictions. Paper submissions on related topics that are not spefically mentioned below are encouraged, and will be considered for inclusion in the program.
Technical topics will include, but are by no means limited to:
Fabrication Technologies, especially 3D Printing
Bio-Inks and Advanced Biomaterials
Evaluation, Characterization, and Quality Control for Biofabrication
Biofabricated Tissues and Organs
On-Chip Applications
Biofabrication from the Perspective of Industrial Applications

Biofabrication Key Words:
Musculoskeletal Tissues (including Bone and Cartilage)
Biofabrication and Cancer

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Abstracts Due 09/14/2019
Proceedings Plan Undecided

3D BioPrinting in Suspension Media as a Disruptive Technology in Tissue Engineering
3D Bioprinting with Light Active Tissue-specific Bioink to Improve Structural Fidelity and Tissue Function
Design and Electrospinning of Patient-Specific Tissue-Engineered Bifurcated Right Ventricle-Pulmonary Artery Grafts
Development of a high-throughput approach to imaging and sorting of 3D cell culture
Development of a Mist-based Printhead for 3D Bioprinting of Alginate Scaffolds
Modeling and Experimental Characterization of Biocompatible Bone Scaffolds, Fabricated Using Fused Deposition Modeling Additive Manufacturing Process
Non-genetic Cell Membrane Modification of Mesenchymal Stromal Cells (MSCs) with Chemically Self-Assembling Nanorings (CSANs)
Reciprocal Control of Hierarchical DNA Origami-Nanoparticle Assemblies
Thermomechanical Processing Techniques for Magnesium Calcium Zinc Alloys

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