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Strategies for Bioprinting Perfusable & Heterogeneous 3D Tissue Models

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Wiley Current Protocols hosted Aspect's Application Scientists, Erin Bedford and Kyle Grode to discuss 3D bioprinting strategies to:

  • Bioprint hollow core & perfusable fibres
  • Pattern materials to provide support for soft tissue constructs
  • Bioprint cell-laden biomaterial layers and interfaces to create 3D tissue models, such as a kidney disease model

RECORDED FEBRUARY 2O21

Bioprinting of Kidney In Vitro Models

 

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Guest speaker, Dr. Carlos Mota from Maastricht University, discusses:

  • Using microfluidic 3D bioprinting to develop kidney 3D in vitro models
  • Combining primary epithelial cells and endothelial cells to mimic the tubulointerstitium

RECORDED JANUARY 2O21

3D Bioprinting Complex Tissue Models for Drug Screening

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Guest speaker, Dr. Stephanie Willerth from the University of Victoria, discusses:

  • Tissue models using microfluidic 3D bioprinting
  • Engineering models for drug screening
  • Innovative strategies for engineering neural tissue

RECORDED SEPTEMBER 2O2O

Advancing Tissue Therapeutics to the Clinic

July webinar poster

A panel discussion moderated by Sam Wadsworth, CSO of Aspect Biosystems: 

  • Biomaterial sourcing
  • Cell manufacturing
  • Regulatory strategies throughout tissue therapeutic development

RECORDED July 2O2O

Patterning Tissue Microarchitectures with Microfluidic 3D Bioprinting

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Erin Bedford, Head of the Discovery Ecosystem & Applications Scientist at Aspect, discusses the use of microfluidic 3D bioprinting to:

  • Print hollow, perfusable tissue structures
  • Encapsulate cells in core-shell and concentrically multilayered fibres
  • Combine and switch between multiple cell-laden bioinks for well-defined interfaces

RECORDED JUNE 2O2O

 

Microfluidic 3D Bioprinting and Functional Characterization of a Contractile Smooth Muscle Tissue Model

May webinar poster (1)

Spiro Getsios, VP of Tissue Engineering at Aspect, discusses:

  • Key features and core concepts of Aspect's 3D bioprinting platform
  • Bioink and design considerations for creating functional tissue
  • How these concepts have been applied in developing a bioprinted contractile smooth muscle model

RECORDED may 2O2O

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