3D bio-printing… Prof Saso Ivanovski
$13.00 – $25.00
This lecture will discuss novel tissue engineering approaches for oro-dental regeneration using 3D bioprinting and biofunctionalization of scaffolds.
Tissue engineering is a multi-disciplinary field incorporating aspects of cell biology and material science in order to regenerate lost or damaged tissues and organs. This lecture will discuss novel tissue engineering approaches for oro-dental regeneration using 3D bioprinting and biofunctionalization of scaffolds. The feasibility of these approaches with established surgical techniques will be explored, and their potential for clinical utilisation will be critically evaluated.
• Define 3D bio-printing
• Explain how bioprinting differs from conventional 3D printing
• Recognize the advantages that 3D bio-printing offers for tissue engineering applications
• Discuss how 3D bio-printing may be used for regenerating oro-dental tissues
Prof Saso Ivanovski
A Professor of Periodontology at the Griffith University School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Professor Ivanovski currently also works in part time specialist practice in periodontics and surgical implant dentistry. He is a formal federal president of the Australian Society of Periodontology and the Australasian Osseointegration Society, and is a fellow of the International Team of Implantology. He has also published over 100 full length papers in the peer-reviewed international literature.