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Meeting MS&T24: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium 3D Printing of Biomaterials and Devices
Organizer(s) Sahar Vahabzadeh, Northern Illinois University
Solaiman Tarafder, South Dakota State University
Susmita Bose, Washington State University
Amit Bandyopadhyay, Washington State University
Scope 3D Printing (3DP) or additive manufacturing (AM) provides unique opportunities to process biomaterials and devices that are not achievable by conventional manufacturing technologies. As a result, 3DP/AM is transforming the technology platform, impacting various disciplines, including biomaterials and biomedical devices. In addition, 3DP or AM adds another dimension to this field of research addressing the clinical need for patient-specific devices. This symposium will cover both oral and poster presentations to understand processing-structure-property-application relationships involving 3DP / AM of biomaterials under in vitro, in vivo, and in silico environments.

Suggested Topical Areas include, but not limited to

3DP of ceramic and metallic biomaterials

3DP of polymers and hydrogels

3DP in bone and dental tissue engineering

3DP in soft tissue engineering

3DP of materials for drug delivery

3DP of nano biomaterials

3DP in wound healing

Surface modification of biomaterials and biomedical devices via 3D Printing

Bioprinting, bioplotting and biofabrication

3DP of microelectronics for biomedical applications

Mechanical properties of 3D printed biomaterials

Modeling and simulation of 3D printed biomaterials and devices

Patient-specific devices

Regulatory concerns in 3DP of biomaterials and devices

Abstracts Due 05/15/2024

3D Printed Tools for Creating Standardized and High-Throughput Wounds in 2D and 3D Cultures
3D Printing of Porous Metallic Classes Structures with Tailored Low Elastic Modulus for Load-Bearing Implant Applications
A Novel Horizontal Flow Bioreactor for Studying Cancer Progression
Additively Manufactured Biodegradable ZnMg Alloy for Cortical-Bone Mimicking Load-Bearing Applications
Addressing Unmet Needs with 3D Printed Electronics
Degradation Customization of Degradable Metallic Biomaterials
Development and Design of Porous 4D Bio Multi-Materials for Enhancing Functionality
Glass Microspheres and Borate Glass-Based Advanced Bioactive Multi-Material 3D Scaffolds
Heat-Treatment Optimization of Beta Ti-11Nb-9Fe Alloy for Biomedical Applications
Hybrid Peptides for Multi-Functional Heterogeneous Interfaces
Impact of Murine Cell Seeding on Vat Photopolymerized 3D Printed Scaffolds
Isotropic/ Anisotropic 3D Printing Approach with Bioactive Polymers for Biomedical Applications
Magnesium Alloy Textiles as Porous Biodegradable Implants
Methodology for Ceramic 3D Printing: Slurry Optimization
Phase Analysis and Processing Window of a Ti-13%Nb-13%Zr Alloy Produced by Additive Manufacturing Using Spherical and HDH Powders
Phenolic-Loaded Scaffolds for Breast and Prostate Cancer Bone Metastasis Therapeutics
Preserving Data Integrity in Biomedical Device Design
SolidStir® Composite 3D Printing: A Novel Solid-State Fabrication Approach to Tailored Biodegradable Materials
Surface Treatment of Titanium for Bone Tissue Engineering and Drug Delivery Applications
Synthesis and Robocasting of Tricalcium Phosphate, Hydroxyapatite and Wollastonite Based Composites
Towards Bone-Like Scaffolds: Optimizing the Design and Manufacturing of Porous Bioactive Ceramics and Glasses

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