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Regenerative medicine combines tissue engineering, molecular biology, and materials science to replace or repair the body’s original components, restoring normal function. 3D bioprinting is at the forefront of regenerative medicine and offers boundless potential for biomedical applications.
The Future of Medicine – Bioprinting Workshop co-organised by NUS Centre for Additive Manufacturing (AM.NUS) and leading bioprinting company CELLINK, with the support of the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC), is returning for a third edition to provide a unique learning opportunity and platform for scientists and clinicians interested in joining this exciting area of research.
AM.NUS is a multi-disciplinary hub with advanced capabilities in 3D printing technology, and seeks to bring innovative products to the field of healthcare that will improve patient outcomes and change lives for the better.
Hear from experts already using bioprinting
Hear from leading NUS researchers about the unique bioprinting applications for healthcare, and also learn about the latest advances in bioprinting technologies from CELLINK experts. In addition, participants get to experience an exclusive bioprinting workshop to discover hands-on about the latest CELLINK bioprinters.
Hands-on training in small groups
Each group will rotate through a series of bioprinting practical demonstrations and discussion sessions around experimental design and best practice.
Registration & Networking Dinner
A/Prof Lu Wen Feng,
AM.NUS Centre Director
CELLINK 3D Bioprinting Technologies and Current Applications
Dr. Haruka Yoshie,
Field Application Specialist, CELLINK
AM.NUS & 3D Bioprinting
Dr Cai Yanli,
Towards Bioprinting Personalised Gum Tissue Grafts
Dr. Gopu Sriram,
Faculty of Dentistry, NUS
3D Printed Personalized Wound Dressing for Chronic Wounds
Ms. Zhao Tianyang, Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, NUS
Hands-on Bioprinting Workshop