Focused Session FQ-8
3D Bioprinting of Soft Tissues and Organs

Giovanni VOZZI, Centro E. Piaggio, University of Pisa, Italy

Jason A. BURDICK, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Shaochen CHEN, University of California at San Diego, USA
David CORREA, University of Waterloo, Canada
Kenneth DALGARNO, Newcastle University, UK
Bin DUAN, University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA
Dietmar W. HUTMACHER, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Leonid IONOV, Bayreuth University, Germany
Ali KHADEMHOSSEINI, Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation, USA
Lorenzo MORONI, Maastricht University, Netherlands
Roger NARAYAN, North Carolina State University, USA
Ibrahim OZBOLAT, Penn State University, USA
Wojciech SWIESZKOWSKI, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Shoufeng YANG, KU Leuven, Belgium
Amir A. ZADPOOR, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Y. Shrike ZHANG, Harvard Medical School, USA
Marco COSTANTINI, ICHF - Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Brian DERBY, University of Manchester, UK
Michael GELINSKY, Technical University of Dresden, Germany
Jinah JANG, Pohang University, South Korea
Lorenzo MORONI, Maastricht University, Netherlands
Alessandro POLINI, CNR Nanotec, Italy
Giovanni VOZZI, Research Center "E. Piaggio", University of Pisa, Italy
Y. Shrike ZHANG, Harvard Medical School, USA
Three-dimensional bioprinting in medicine advanced considerably over the last few years due to the high precision control of scaffold architecture, increased material versatility, easy process automation and product customization. The multi-material and multiscale combination of living cells with a broad range of novel synthetic and natural biomaterials coupled with improved 3D bioprinting tools is now enabling the fabrication of accurately engineered three dimensional tissues constructs with tailored properties and functions in terms of biological performance and anatomical fit.

Scope of this symposium is to discuss the current state and prospects for refined and new 3D bioprinting technologies capable to create building blocks for complex biological systems and for the development of 3D in vitro system for drug testing and personalised, including most recent advances in image-based computational design, advanced imaging system, design and fabrication of micro and millifluidic bioreactors, innovative bioinks and biofabrication software and hardware. Reports on translation activities for pre-clinical and clinical applications will be also focus of discussion.

(Joint session with Session FA-5 of Symposium FA)

Session Topics

Bioinks (biomaterials and cell-based)

Advances in imaging techniques, CAD/CAM software and hardware

Progress in 3D biofabrication techniques

Printed materials characterization and process control

On-chip applications

Tissue and organ printing and post processing

Novel 3D tissue scaffold fabrication

Modelling of bio-fabrication process and bio-fabrication constructs

In-vivo testing and translation to the clinic


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