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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advanced Biomaterials for Biomedical Implants
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS: Biomaterials Committee
Organizer(s) Tolou Shokuhfar, University of Illinois at Chicago
Fariborz Tavangarian, Pennsylvania State University Harrisburg
Vinoy Thomas, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Scope This is certainly an exciting time for the field of advanced biomaterials. With a record number of implant device surgeries, medical devices, and returning function back to those who lost it due to disease or trauma, the biomedical implant field is growing at an alarming rate — so fast, it is hard for many of us to keep up.

This symposium brings a new concept to the TMS Annual Meeting as it covers recent biomaterials and their properties that are used in the body as implants to regain the function back to damaged or diseased tissues and organs. It highlights how researchers and clinicians are pushing the envelope in tissue regeneration as well as disease prevention, detection, and treatment. It covers more traditional areas such as hip, craniofacial, and spinal implants but also pushes us in new directions such as nanomedicine and implantable nanomaterials and covers implants used for regaining functions in different organs in the body. It covers biomaterial implants that can potentially determine changes in tissue health and then respond to those changes to ensure strong healthy tissues and organs. It also emphasizes novel solutions to traditionally difficult tissue repair, such as meniscus repair and other organ tissue regeneration strategies.
Most importantly, highlights the dynamic field of nanomedicine and nanobiomaterials as it introduces new chemistries to tissue regeneration, such as nanobiomaterials, biodegradable metals and new polymers. In every aspect of tissue regeneration and nanomedicine, it critically evaluates where we are and where we need to be.

The abstracts submitted to this symposium could include any of the topics below:

1- Biomaterials for Nanostrucred Implants
2- Biomaterials for Antimicrobial Implants
3- Biomaterials for Drug-Delivery Implants
4- Biomaterials for Sensor Implants
5- Biomaterials for Injectable Implants
6- Biomaterials for Soft Tissue Implants
7-Biomaterials for Total Joint Replacement Implants (Hip, Knee, Spine, Shoulder, Elbow)
8-Biomaterials for Dental Implants
9- Biomaterials for Oral and Maxcilofacial Implants
10- Biomaterials for Excoeskeletal Implants
11- Biomaterials for Cardivasular Implants
12- Biomaterials for Pulmonary Implants
13- Biomaterials for Cuchlear Implants
14-Biomaterials for Ocular Implants
15- Biomaterilas for Liver and Kidney Implants
16- Biomaterials for Brain Implants
17- Biomaterials for Bionic Implants
18- Biomaterials for Skin Implants
19- Biomaterials for Bladder Implants
20-Biomaterials for GI Implants

Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:

Bioactive Glasses for Bone Repair and Dental Applications: A Review of Osteointegration and Controlled Ion Release Capabilities
Biocompatibility Evaluation of TiZrNbSiMo High Entropy Alloy Coatings Fabricated by High Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering
Bioinspired and Electrospun Helically Structured Nanofibers for Cardiac Patch Application
Bone Reconstruction Patient-specific Implants Based on PEI
Corrosion Behaviour of Ti-xCu Alloys for Dental Applications
Design-specific and Multi-functional (Bioactive and Antibacterial) PEEK-based Implants
Design and Application of Porous PDMS Membrane Devices in Nude Mice for Localized Treatment of Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Design and Enhancing Bbiocompatibility of β- titanium Alloy via Electro-discharge Treatment Process
Development of Antibacterial Metal Oxide Thin Films for Neurostimulation Applications via Atomic Layer Deposition
Development of Antibacterial Neural Interfacing Electrodes via Hierarchical Surface Restructuring and Atomic Layer Deposition
Enhancing Mechanical Properties of a Lightweight Biomimetic Structure by 3D Printing for Bone Tissue Engineering Application
Exploring the Microstructure of Marine Sponge Spicules: Insights for Biomimetic Bone Tissue Engineering
H-1: Bioactive Glass-ceramic Nanoparticle for Medical Implants
Hybrid Manufacturing of Superelastic Arterial Stents
Improving Free Flap Donor Site Stabilization with the Use of Additively Manufactured Custom Fixation Plates
Improvisation of Phase Stability and Texture in Biomedical Ti-based Alloys for Ultra Low Modulus Applications
In Vivo InflammatoryReaction and Elemental Trafficking of Magnesium Bioimplant Derived Aluminum
Manipulating Precipitate Population to Modulate Corrosion and Al Release in Mg-9Al Biodegradable Implants
Mechanical Integrity Testing of Bioresorbable Zn-based Alloy Under Static and Cyclic Loadings
Microstructural and Mechanical Analysis of Aerosol Jet 3D Printed Micropillars and Their Biocompatibility in Mouse Brain
Nano-biosensor to Manage COVID-19 Infection and Long-COVID
New MRI-compatible Metallic Materials for Miniaturized Implants
Novel Ti-10Mo-Mn Alloys for Biomedical Applications
Optimizing Printing Orientation for Spicule-Inspired Structures for Biomedical Applications
Optimizing the Bio-degradability and Biocompatibility of a Biogenic Collagen Membrane Through Cross-linking And Zinc-doped Hydroxyapatite
Orthopedic Patient Specific 3D Printed Implants Based on Novel Composite PEEK Filaments
Reducing Stress Shielding in Hip Implants Using 3D Printed Superelastic Titanium Alloy
Reimagining Implantable Leads: Exploring the Value of Using Aerosol Printing Technology to Replace Wire-based Structures in High-density Connections
Tailored Nanofiber Microspheres with Tunable Morphology for Accelerated Diabetic Wound Healing
The Development of Antimicrobial Ti-Cu Alloys and Understanding of their Mode of Action
Using Artifical Intelligence (AI) to Improve Medical Devices
Young Leaders International Scholar – KIM Lecture: Electrochemically Controlled Drug Delivery Valve that Exploits Crevice Corrosion

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