Tissue Engineering SIG
Timeslot: Thursday, April 4, 2019 - 4:15pm to 6:15pm
Track: Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
Room: Chelan 4
The field of tissue engineering has made significant progress in the last two decades through the development of novel biomaterials and three-dimensional scaffold fabrication methods. Efforts to engineer cell niches to control cell behavior over multiple length scales and precisely guide tissue regeneration have advanced the field. To achieve this, a diverse range of novel technologies have been leveraged, including 3D bioprinting, electrospinning, microfluidics, light-based patterning, and directed assembly, to enable notable progress in controlled release and spatial presentation of biomolecules, organ integration, production of tissue models, single cell-level presentation of microenvironmental cues, and molecular-level control of biomaterial composition. This session will highlight recent trends in novel biomaterials and scaffold development and advanced biofabrication techniques towards the development of sophisticated tool kits for tissue engineers.
Abstracts will be available for download on April 3, 2019.
4:15:00 PM 341. Conductive Inks for 3D Printing from Jammed Hyaluronic Acid Microgels, M. Shin*, K.H. Song, J. Burdick; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA
4:30:00 PM 342. 3D Bioprinting with an Engineered Elastin Like Protein (ELP), K. Lampe*, E. Meco, M. Azimi, A. Sharma, M. Hefferon, D. Meador, B. Corliss, M. Rikard, H. Shariff, S. Peirce; University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA
4:45:00 PM 343. Evaluating the Effect of Elastin in the Angiogenic Response of Silk Fibroin 3D Printed Scaffolds, J. Silva-Correia(1,2), L. Costa(1,2), J. Costa*(1,2,3), J. Oliveira(1,2,3), R. Reis(1,2,3); (1)University of Minho, Guimarães, Portugal, (2)ICVS/3B’s–PT Government Associate Laboratory, Braga/Guimara?es, Portugal, (3)The Discoveries Centre for Regenerativ
5:00:00 PM 344. Highly Elastic, Biodegradable Hydrogel with Shear-thinning Properties for Bioprinting, C. Xu*(1), W. Lee(2), G. Dai(2), Y. Hong(1); (1)University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, USA, (2)Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA
5:15:00 PM 345. Contractile Imbalance of Human Cardiac Microtissues on the Mechanical Hybrid Filamentous Matrices, Z. Ma*(1), C. Wang(1), S. Koo(2), P. Hoang(1), C. Grigoropoulos(2), K. Healy(2); (1)Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA, (2)University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA
5:30:00 PM 346. Engineered Liver Tissue as an in vivo Model to Probe the Dynamics of Human Liver Regeneration Over Time, C. Fortin*, S. Saxton, F. Johansson, K. Stevens; University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
5:45:00 PM 347. Rapid Encapsulation of Cells in Hydrogel Microspheres Using A Novel Microfluidic Platform, Y. Tian*, W. Seeto, S. Pradhan, P. Kerscher, E. Lipke; Auburn University, Auburn, AL, USA
6:00:00 PM 348. Proteome-wide Analysis of Cellular Response to Ultraviolet Light for Photoresponsive Biomaterials, E. Ruskowitz*, C. DeForest; University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA