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Jos Malda
Professor of Biofabrication in Translational Regenerative Medicine .
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Institute for Regenerative Medicine 12h
We are all kinds of excited to host this Thursday 10/24. It's not everyday someone comes to Philly from 🇳🇿 to talk , so don't miss out!
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Miguel Castilho 14h
Congrats Anne Metje on your excellent talk and travel award at conference. Looking forward the next steps on MEWing a living kidney proximal tubule. Roos Masereeuw
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Tim Woodfield 14h
talking at on collaborative project and on tissue adhesive bioink for cartilage repair and integration ;
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Tim Woodfield Oct 20
delivering the first plenary talk of on convergence of multiple technologies for osteochondral and cardiac repair
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Ali Asghari Adib Oct 20
Here we go! Biofabrication Conference has officially started with Dr. Malda’s talk! Looking forward to three productive days!
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Tim Woodfield Oct 19
Great to be in for conference and editorial board meetings. Looking forward to a great meeting and joining colleagues and leaders in ;
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UMC Utrecht Intl Oct 17
PhD candidate, , discusses the future of heart regeneration using advanced fiber patterning techniques combined with cardiac cell therapies in the first publication of her candidacy
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Fergal O'Brien Oct 15
Some great PhD opportunities including a number of projects with & PIs including projects #3 & 48-51 on topics such as biomaterials as tumour models, osteoarthritis, novel bioinks for 3D printing, craniosynostosis & platforms for spinal cord repair
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carbonandneon Oct 15
Super excited to share this cover that I designed for highlighting his paper on volumetric bioprinting including his co-workers Paulina Nuñez Bernal, Paul Delrot, Damien Loterie, Yang Li &
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Francesca Taraballi, Ph.D. Oct 10
, I had a very great time in Vancouver, wonderful discussions between surgeons and scientists, see you in Berlin!
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Intl Soc Biofab Oct 14
Great start to Special Session #1 . speaking on his advanced Biofabrication and electospinning technologies
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Madison Ainsworth Oct 12
Presenting the first paper of my PhD! Fiber Scaffold Patterning for Mending Hearts: 3D Organization Bringing the Next Step
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Lucienne Vonk Oct 6
Great job by Margot Rikkers presenting our research on platelet lysate expanded chondrocytes and increased cartilage production at
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Martin Stoddart Oct 3
Excellent science and discussion as part of the AO Osteochondral defect consortium
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Universiteit Utrecht Oct 4
Mooi achtergrondverhaal in over de zoektocht van en René van Weeren om kraakbeen te laten herstellen. ism
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NWO Sep 26
Samen met bijna 20 wetenschappers uit verschillende vakgebieden is er vanuit de Nationale Wetenschapsagenda gewerkt aan ROBIN: een interactief levensverhaal. Deze film is een innovatief onderzoeksproject naar vernieuwende vormen van wetenschapscommunicatie
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Khoon Lim Sep 20
Great to be back in Utrecht for more scientific discussion over brunch! Thanks for hosting me
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Danny Kelly Sep 18
Experiencing a typical lunchtime for the lab
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Jos Malda Sep 18
2nd meeting between projects of and groups on biofabrication of joints. Bringing together 11 nationalities to discuss latest progress.
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Khoon Lim Sep 13
Great to present our collaborative work on rapid photocurable silk hydrogels for cartilage engineering at .
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