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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Biological Materials Science
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Biomaterials Committee
Organizer(s) Rajendra K. Kasinath, DePuy Synthes (Johnson and Johnson)
Steven E. Naleway, University of Utah
Vinoy Thomas, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Jing Du, Penn State University
Scope The interaction of materials and biological systems is a rapidly growing, interdisciplinary frontier in materials science and engineering with boundless possibilities. Biological materials science involves
the application of materials science and engineering principles to the study of biological materials,including the design, synthesis and fabrication of materials systems from biological lessons. The
Symposium on Biological Materials Science emphasizes the primacy of biological materials to the development of biomaterials and biomimetic materials. Biological materials comprise the inorganic and
organic constituents of biological systems, whereas biomaterials are synthetic materials developed to replace, restore or augment biological materials. The structure and properties of biological materials
exhibit a breadth and complexity unmatched in current biomaterials. Biological materials are formed under ambient conditions by living and adaptive biological systems for multifunctional performance.
The structure and properties of biological materials are typically hierarchical, inhomogeneous and anisotropic. Therefore, biological materials exhibit complex structure-property relation ships which are only beginning to be elucidated. Biomimetic materials (or bioinspired materials) have unique, tailored structure and properties designed based
upon the study of structureproperty relationships in biological materials. Biomimetic materials most often utilize creative new methods of synthesis/processing and microstructure design in order to
achieve the desired functionality.

The symposium will encompass the following themes:
-Biological and natural materials (hard and soft tissues)
- Biomaterials (implants and devices)
- Biomimetic and bioinspired materials
- Bioenabled materials and systems
- Biorelated applications

In addition, two poster sessions are proposed:
- Biological Materials Science Poster Session
- Biological Materials Science Student Poster Contest (Please select "Student Poster" as your abstract type to be considered for this session.)
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

3D Contact and Strain in Alveolar Bone Under Tooth/Implant Loading
3D Printed Nanocomposite for Interstitial Hyperthermia of Cancer Cells
3D Printing Bioinspired Composite Materials with Ultrasound Directed Self-assembly
A Biodegradable Fe-based Material Alloyed with S, P and Ag with Surface Modification by Laser Ablation
A Nacre-like Glass that Surpasses the Impact Resistance of Tempered Glass
A Structural Characterization of the Mechanical Properties of Porcine Skin
Accelerating Degradation Rate and Enhanced Osseointegration of Zn Composited with Mg
Accumulation of Biofilm on Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Fabricated Using Additive-layer-manufacturing
Analysis of Bone Microdamage with Twinned Orthogonal Adjustable Tomograph towards Fatigue Fracture Prevention
Antibacterial Mechanism of Cu-bearing Stainless Steel
Bio-inspired Design of Soft-hard Integrated Materials
Bioactive Ceramic Glasses: Extracting More Value from an Existing Material
Bioinspired Composites with Self-stiffness Adaptation
Bioinspired Microarchitected Materials by 3D Nanoparticle Printing
Bioinspired Phase Transforming Architectured Materials with Snap-through Instabilities
Bioinspired Segmented Armor: Discrete Element Models, 3D Printing and Mechanical Tests
Bioinspired Shark Teeth Serrated Edges for Penetration and Shearing
Bioinspired, Graphene/Metal Composites with Exceptionally High Strength and Toughness
Biological Tissue Stiffness Control by 2-Propanol and Moisture due to Collagen Fibril Intermolecular Spacing Changes
Bird Feathers and Bones: Ultralight Natural Materials
Calcium Phosphate Microspheres: A Novel Approach to Calcium Phosphate Cements
Computational Investigation of Mechanical Behavior of Staggered Composites
Computational Model of Bone lamella
Contributions of Intermolecular Bonding to the Strain Rate Response of Fish Scales
Controlled Antibiotic-loaded, Drug-eluting Implants for Osteomyelitis
Copper Recovery from Printed Circuit Boards from Smartphones through Bioleaching
Cuticle of the Armadillidium Vulgare: Microstructure and Mechanical Behavior
Damage Tolerance in Dental Restorative Materials
Dental Materials through Microstructural Control of Phosphates
Dependence of the Ferrovanadium Power as Additive on Mechanical Property in Porous Ti
Developments in Bioabsorbable BioMg 250 Mg Alloy
Discrete Element Models of Crack Propagation and Toughness in Idealized, Enamel-inspired Composites
Dispersion of Nanosized Ceria Compounds Using Biocompatible Hydrophilic Coating in Biological Fluid and Effect of Coating on Radical Scavenging Characteristics
Effect of Compaction Pressure on Porosity and Mechanical Properties of Porous Titanium as Bone Substitute Materials
Effect of Orientation on Water-repellant Legs of Water-walking Insects
Effect of Sintering Temperature on Tribological Behaviour of Ti-Ni Alloy for Biomedical Applications
Electrochemical Corrosion Protocol for Biomaterial Alloys
Fracture, Disease and Therapies in Human Bone
Freeze Casting Using Tri-axial Magnetic Field Control to Fabricate Materials Inspired by Bone
Functional Hybrid Material Systems Designed by Guided Biofabrication
Further Insights on the Damage Tolerance of the Crossed-lamellar Structure of Mollusk Shells
Impact of Ligand Composition on Protein Corona Formation around Au Nanoparticles
In Vivo Evaluation of Electrochemically Deposited Collagen Biomaterial for Soft Tissue Healing
Investigation of Biodegradable Zn-Li-Cu Alloys for Orthopaedic and Cardiovascular Applications
Low Temperature Air Plasma Modification of Electrospun Soft Materials and Bio-interfaces
Magnesium Based Microfabricated Biodegradable Power Source Transient Implantable Devices
Microstructures and Mechanical Behavior of Porous Titanium Scaffolds by Freeze Casting
Nanoparticles Guided Non-classical Antibiofilm Efficacy for Tissue Engineering
Nanoscale Porous Bioinspired Materials through Ice and Ultrasound Templating
Nanoscale Toughening Mechanisms in the Cell Walls of Wood
On the Three-dimensional Structure and Mechanical Behavior of the Highly Porous Structure of Sea Urchin Spines
Processing of a Formable Bioactive Glass Composite for Bone Tissue Scaffolding
Revealing the Self-sharpening Mechanisms of Sea Urchin Teeth: In Situ Testing and Modeling
Segmentation and Architecture in Natural Materials: Discrete Element Models for Bioinspiration
Selective Laser Melted Biodegradable Porous Iron
Shape Optimization of Dental Restorations
Shear-punch Testing of Human Cranial Bone and Surrogate Materials
Shear Mechanics of the Boxfish Hexagonal Scutes
Solution Deposited Hydroxyapatite: Meeting the Need for Conformal Coatings for Porous Metal Implants
Structural Basis for the Damage Tolerance of the Low-density Cellular Structure of Cuttlebone
Study on the Toughening Mechanisms of Collagenous Materials by using Real-time X-ray Characterization and Imaging
The Development of Nanoclay-Hydroxyapatite Composite Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering
The Effect of Milling Time on Structural, Friction, and Wear Behavior of Hot Isostatically Pressed Ti- Ni Alloys for Orthopedic Applications
The Fracture Toughness of Arapaima Giga Scales
The Role of Temperature in the Superficial Oxidation of Ti-15Zr-Mo Alloys for Use as Biomaterials
Trends in Technology of Operative Antibiotic Therapy: A Review
Underwater Adhesion of Aquatic Animals: Hierarchical Structures, Attachment Mechanisms and Bio-inspirations
Using Biomineralization Routes to Build Cancer Testbeds


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