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Tissue Engineering & Bioprinting: Research to Commercialization

09 Feb 2015 - 10 Feb 2015 - Boston, MA, USA



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The fields of tissue engineering and bioprinting are important for ultimately realizing the full potential of regenerative medicine.  The potential to "3D-print" tissues and organs is gaining extensive interest and this conference brings together the academic as well as industry stakeholders in these expanding fields.

From a technology/methodology perspective, this conference addresses Tissue Engineering as well as Biofabrication/Bioprinting and we explore the latest developments in this field.

From a disease/therapeutic area perspective, this conference addresses Orthopedic Applications, Cardiovascular Applications, Skin/Dermatological/Wound Healing Applications, as well as Printed Tissues as Tools.

Posters from delegates are welcomed as a means to disseminate the most up-to-date research and commercial applications which complement the presentations from the leaders in these fields.  Submit an abstract for consideration now! Poster Submission Deadline: 02 February 2015.

A co-located exhibition brings forth the technologies and commercial products in the tissue engineering and bioprinting spaces.



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