Covers the clinical applications of 3D Bioprinting technologies, and risk-benefit analysis of each
Preface Part I: Basic Principles: Chapter 1: Nanotechnology: A toolkit for cell behaviour Chapter 2: 3D Bioprinting and nanomanufacturing Chapter 3: 3D Bioprinting techniques Chapter 4: The Power of CAD/CAM Laser Bioprinting at the Single Cell Level: Evolution of Printing Chapter 5: Engineering 2D and 3D cellular microenvironments using laser direct-write Part II: Applications: Nanotechnology and 3D Bioprinting for Tissue/Organ Regeneration Chapter 6: Biomaterials for Bioprinting Chapter 7: Blood vessel regeneration Chapter 8: Vascular tissue Chapter 9: Craniofacial/ dental tissue Chapter 10: Craniofacial Bone Chapter 11: Additive manufacturing for bone load bearing applications Chapter 12: 3D printing for cartilage Chapter 13: Bioprinting for Skin Chapter 14: 3D Printing and Nanotechnology for Neural Tissue Regeneration Chapter 15: Organ Printing Chapter 16: 3D Bioprinting, Nanotechnology and Intellectual Property
Dr. Zhang received the Early Career Award from the International Journal of Nanomedicine, the John Haddad Young Investigator Award by American Society for Bone and Mineral Research, Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award by the Oak Ridge Associated Universities Organization, Joukowsky Family Foundation Outstanding Dissertation Award at Brown and the Sigma Xi Award. Dr. Zhang's research areas include 3D bioprinting, nanobiomaterials, complex tissue engineering, stem cell engineering, drug delivery and breast cancer bone metastasis Dr. Fisher is the Director of the Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials Laboratory and investigates biomaterials, stem cells, and bioreactors for the regeneration of lost tissues, particularly bone, cartilage, vasculature, and skeletal muscle. The lab is supported by research grants from NIH, FDA, NSF, and other institutions, and has produced approximately 90 publications, 200 scientific presentations, and 8 patents. Dr. Fisher has been the research advisor to 11 Ph.D. students, 3 M.S. students, and over 50 undergraduate researchers. In 2012 Dr. Fisher was elected Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. Dr. Fisher is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Tissue Engineering, Part B: Reviews, and in 2014 will co-chair the TERMIS-AM Meeting in Washington, DC Dr. Leong has published over 280 peer-reviewed research manuscripts and owns more than 50 issued patents. His work has been recognized by a Young Investigator Research Achievement Award of the Controlled Release Society, Distinguished Scientist Award of the International Journal of Nanomedicine, and Clemson Award for Applied Research of the Society for Biomaterials. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Biomaterials, and also a member of the National Academy of Engineering.