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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Next Generation Biomaterials
Sponsorship ACerS Bioceramics Division
Organizer(s) Roger Jagdish Narayan, University of North Carolina
Sanjiv Lalwani, Lynntech, Inc.
Scope The development of materials for medical applications is a rapidly growing realm in materials science and engineering. Novel processing, characterization, and modeling techniques continue to be developed that will provide enhanced diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.

-Scaffolds for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
-Bioceramics
-Biomimetic and bioinspired materials
-Surface modification of biomaterials
-Metallic implant materials
-Nanoscale materials for medical diagnosis and treatment
-Novel materials for drug delivery and biosensing
-Polymeric biomaterials
-Biodegradable polymers
-Shape memory materials
-Additive manufacturing and 3D printing for medical applications

This symposium aims to create collaboration and discussion among the many groups involved in the development and use of biomaterials, including materials researchers, medical device manufacturers, and clinicians.

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Novel Glass-based Material for Vital Pulp Therapy: Biocompatibility and Physiochemical Properties
3D Printing of Diamond for Biomedical Applications
Acetone Sensing with a Chemo-mechanical Actuating Polyaniline-cellulose Acetate Composite
Bubbles, Particles, Capsules and Smart Fibers; Their Sustained Manufacturing
C-2: 4D Printed Bilayer Vascular Grafts with Sustained Ionic Dissolution Products and Heparin Release for Rapid Endothelialization
C-3: Electrochemically Responsive Drug Delivery Systems with Ferrocene-containing Polyelectrolyte Complex Hydrogels for Controlled Release
C-4: Mechanical Evaluation of Polymeric Substrates for Use in Flexible Electronic Applications
C-5: Synthesis and Characterization of Naturally Derived SiO2 and CaO for 45S5 BioactiveGlass for Wound Healing Applications
Coating of Hydroxyapatite/Collagen Bone-like Nanocomposite by a Modified Electrophoretic Deposition Method and Its Biological Reaction
Comparison of Various Post Coating Treatments on Plasma Sprayed HA Coatings
Copper Containing Glass-Based Bone Adhesives for Orthopaedic Applications: Glass Characterization, Antimicrobial Efficacy and Mechanical Suitability
Digital Light Processing-based Additive Manufacturing of Medical Devices
Electrocatalytic Probe for the Disinfection of Dental Pulp
Luminescent Bioactive Glass Scaffolds
Materials Development for 3D/4D Printing in Tissue Engineering
Microscopic Characterizations of Cross-linked Gelatin Electrospun Nanofibrous Scaffolds
Microstructural and Mechanical Characterization of Three-dimensional Porous Titanium Carbide Structures Fabricated by Powder Technology
Mineralized Biomaterials from Extrinsically-Controlled Freeze-casting
Next Generation Models for Bone Metastasis of Cancer
Novel Chevrel Phase Nanomaterials
Structural Analysis of Silver and Copper Substituted Hydroxyapatite for Biomedical Applications
Synthesis of Hierarchical TiO2 Nanowire Architectures for Drug Delivery and Cell Carrier Applications
Tunable Nano-cerium Oxide for Radiation Mitigation
Understanding Proton Diffusion in Biocompatible Polymer Membranes
Using Glass Ceramics to Improve the Detective Quantum Efficiency of Indirect Flat Panel Detector Systems


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