3D Bioprinting Applications in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Rapid Fire

Timeslot: Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 3:15pm to 4:45pm
Track: Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
Room: Chelan 2

About

3D bioprinting is a fabrication technique used to mimic the anatomical complexity of native tissue, via a bottom-up approach, by depositing polymeric or cell-laden hydrogel based inks, in a layer-by-layer fashion. 3D bioprinting is a promising approachand to some of the most daunting obstacles facing the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, including vascularization of tissue constructs, creation of complex architectures, and directing stem cell differentiation. The proposed session focuses on the recent advancements in 3D bioprinting technology in the development of complex, anatomical structures, motivating its use in a variety of biomedical applications such as regenerative medicine, tissue modeling, pharmacological assessment of therapeutics and modeling disease pathophysiology. Contributions regarding use of different bioprinting modality, along with recent development in advanced bioinks, are of interest to this session.

Abstracts

Abstracts will be available for download on April 3, 2019.

  • 3:15:00 PM 147. Digital Light Projection of Poly(Glycerol Sebacate): Rapid Prototyping of Vascular Grafts Microstructures, Y.-L. Wu*, R. Wang, A. Yan, C.-Y. Ke, X. Ding, Y. Wang; Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA

  • 3:20:00 PM 148. Bioprinting a Vascularized Multi-Tissue Platform for Organ Modeling in vitro, M. Tomov*(1), A. Theus(1), A. Cetnar(1), V. Serpooshan(1,2,3); (1)Emory University & Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA, (2)Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, USA, (3)Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, USA

  • 3:25:00 PM 149. 3D Printing of Tissue Scaffolds Using a Novel Biocompatible Photocurable Resin, N. Chartrain*, J. Cartwright, C. Williams, A. Whittington; Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA

  • 3:30:00 PM 150. In Situ Quantification of Local O2 Concentration in 3D Bioprinted Constructs Using Luminescent Nanoparticles, M. Gelinsky*(1), A. Akkineni(1), E. Trampe(2), K. Koren(2), A. Lode(1), F. Krujatz(3), M. Kuhl(2); (1)TU Dresden, Dresden, Germany, (2)University of Copenhagen, Helsingor, Denmark, (3)Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany

  • 3:35:00 PM 151. Sustained Perfusion for Improved Long-Term Viability in Large Bioprinted Constructs, K. Willson*(1,2), S.-J. Lee(1,2), J. Yoo(1,2), A. Atala(1,2); (1)Wake Forest University - Virginia Tech, Winston-Salem, NC, USA, (2)Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, USA

  • 3:45:00 PM 152. Bio-3D Printing and Near-Field Electrospinning of Bone-Ligament Tissue Engineering Scaffolds, N. Elghazali*, M. Rush, E. Garcia, C. Buksa, M. Perez, R. Trujillo, S. Lopez, C. Salas; University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA

  • 3:50:00 PM 153. Long-term Outcomes of 3D-Printed Bioactive Ceramic Scaffolds for Regeneration of the Pediatric Skeleton, M. Wang*(1,2), R. Rodriguez Colon(2,3), G. Kurgansky(2), L. Witek(2), A. Torroni(1), B. Cronstein(4), R. Flores(1), P. Coelho(1,2); (1)NYU Langone Health, New York, NY, USA, (2)NYU College of Dentistry, New York, NY, USA, (3)Icahn School of Medicine at Mo

  • 3:55:00 PM 154. 3D-Printed Hyperelastic Bone Scaffolds Accelerate Bone Regeneration in Critical-Sized Calvarial Bone Defects, Y.-h. Huang*(1,2), A. Jakus(3), S. Jordan(3), Z. Dumanian(2), K. Parker(3), L. Zhao(1,2), P. Patel(1,2), R. Shah(3); (1)Shriners Hospitals for Children, Chicago, IL, USA, (2)University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA, (3)Northwestern University,

  • 4:00:00 PM 155. Development and Mechanical Characterization of Composite ß-TCP Bioinks for 3D Printing of Dentin Regeneration Scaffolds, S. Montelongo*, G. Chiou, S. Miar, T. Guda, J. Ong; University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, USA

  • 4:05:00 PM 156. Living Cell-Only Bioprinting for Regenerative Medicine, Y.B. Lee*(1,2), O. Jeon(1,2), S.J. Lee(1,2), H. Jeong(1), E. Alsberg(1,2); (1)Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA, (2)University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA

  • 4:15:00 PM 157. Cell-Degradable Thermoplastic Poly(thioketal-urethane) Elastomers for 3D Printing Applications, D. Groff*, P. Patil, C. Duvall, S. Guelcher; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA

  • 4:20:00 PM 158. Hybrid Additive-Subtractive Laser Fabrication Platform for Shaping Hydrogels, P. Soman*, P. Kunwar, Z. Xiong, Y. Zhu, H. Li, A. Filip, R. Ramos; Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA

  • 4:25:00 PM 159. I-Optimal Designed Experiment to Control the Porosity of 3D Scaffolds in Melt Extrusion Additive Manufacturing, A. Yousefi*(1), K. Wood(1), B. Smucker(2); (1)Miami University - 1, Oxford, OH, USA, (2)Miami University - 2, Oxford, OH, USA

  • 4:30:00 PM 160. 3D Bioprinted Constructs Laden with Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Diverse Tissue Engineering Applications, A. Theus*(1), M. Hargita(2), H. Chen(1), A. Pourmorteza(2), S. Satola(2), V. Serpooshan(1,2,3); (1)Emory University School of Medicine and Georgia Inst. of Tech, Atlanta, GA, USA, (2)Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA, (3)Children's Healthcare of Atlanta,

  • 4:35:00 PM 161. Heat-activated Spatial Patterning of Gene Expression in 3D Engineered Tissues, D. Corbett*(1), B. Grigoryan(2), J. Miller(2), K. Stevens(1); (1)University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, (2)Rice University, Houston, TX, USA