Poster presentations

Posters at the CELLINK Partnership Conference will be presented in person as paper posters. 

They will appear on poster boards in the poster area to be viewed by conference participants during the poster session. 

Author Presentations:   

  • Wednesday, 25 October between 18:00 – 19:30 

Posters will be displayed in the break room. We strongly encourage engaging in discussions and presentations during these periods, throughout the conference, to make the most of this opportunity. 

Poster Display Days & Hours:

  • Wednesday, 25 October between 17:00 – 20:30
  • Thursday, 26 October between 9:00 – 17:30
  • Friday 27th October between 9:00 – 15:15

All posters

3D bioprinting integrated touch-spinning of composite bioink – nanofiber constructs.
W. Kitana, V. Levario-Diaz, E.A. Cavalcanti-Adam and L. Ionov. Germany
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Collagen Fiber Rebar Leads to Improved Shape Fidelity and Cellular Functionality in Bioinks.
G. Chowdhry, D. Bhattacharyya, I. Yousefi, J. Simmons, and J. Frampton. Canada
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Developing clinically relevant chondrogenic biomaterial ink for extrusion bioprinting.
M. Redzheb, A. Valev, K. Sahibudin, Y. Sbirkov, A. Georgieva, and V. Sarafian. Bulgaria
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Fabrication of a 3D bioprinted perfusable vascularized model of Neuroblastoma.
F. Maggiotto, E. Dalla Valle, L. M. Visentin, and E. Cimetta. Italy
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Laser patterning bioprinting using a light sheetbased system equipped with light sheet imaging produces long-term viable skin constructs.
L. Hafa, L. Breideband, L. Ramirez Posada, N. Torras, E. Martinez, E. H.K. Stelzer, and F. Pampaloni. Germany
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Cross-platform Bio-Inks for 3D Printing Seamless Hydrogels for in-vivo Implants.
A. Velraj, and J. Bates. United States

3D bioprinted Rhabdosphincter for reverting Stress Urinary Incontinence.
M. Vital-Cabal, N. K. Moncada-Saucedo, M. Grimaldo-Páez, and A. Gutiérrez-González. Mexico
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The improvement of paracrine activity of multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells in 3D culture conditions.
E. Vavrinova, O. Rogulska, J. Havelkova, and Y. Petrenko. Czech Republic
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Graphene Oxide–Protein-Based Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering: Recent Advances and Applications.
P. Korycka, K. Kosowska, K. Jankowska, J. Gierałtowska, K. Florys-Jankowska, M. Czajka, M. Dec, T. Dobrzański, and K. Westphal, M.Wszoła. Poland
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Gelatin-Methacryloyl within regenerative dentistry.
U. Ivković, S. Radi, L. Xu, M. EzEldeen, and R. Jacobs. Belgium
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3D Models of Arterial Stenosis and Aneurysms for the Study of Drug Distribution.
A. Vítečková Wünschová, J. Trdlicová, A. Hejčl J. Hron, and J. Víteček. Czech Republic
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A graphene-modified bioink as a novel material for 3D vascular constructs biofabrication.
I. Diez, F. G. Villen, D. Scaini, L. S. Burgo, and J. L. Pedraz. Spain
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Development of biosynthetic implants and models for the treatment of ocular diseases.
A. Lucy Bosworth, B. Devon Crouch, C. David Robinson, D. Hannah Levis, and E. Rachel Williams. United Kingdom
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3D bioprinting of chondrocytes with bovine collagen type I bioinks.
Y. Sbirkov, M. Redzheb, V. Dzharov, E. Tanova, T.Todorova, P. Voinov , R. Hatar, and V. Sarafian. Bulgaria
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Hypoxia affects chemotactic secretome profile in 3D bioprinted co-cultures of glioblastoma multiforme cell lines and human mesenchymal stromal cells.
E. Bączyńska, K. Zielniok, A. Słysz, K. Rusinek, R. Zagożdżon, and Z. Pojda. Poland
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Development of Cell-laden Bioink based on Blood-derived Proteins for Tissue Engineering.
N. Gabay Bass, and Dr. G. Katarivas Levy. Israel
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Molecularly imprinted drug reservoir for targeted glioblastoma cell treatment: in vitro and in vivo characterization.
A-I. Bărăian, B-C. Iacob, O. Sorițău, C. Peștean, A. Florian, S. Șușman, E. Bodoki, and S. Florian. Romania
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Suspended additive manufacturing of complex wounds for precision therapy testing.
A. Perez, P. dos Santos, A. C. Fonseca, C. Tremolada, A. Reid, M. Domingos, and J. Wong. United Kingdom
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AI Augmented 3D Bio-printed High-performance Invitro Disease Model of Oral Submucous Fibrosis.
K. Singroha, and I. Banerjee. India
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A novel nanoporous silica calcium phosphate material (nSCP) as a promising osteogenesis-inducing biomaterial for bone regeneration
L. Oliveros Anerillas, N. Moghbel, M.V. Giraudo, L. Österlund, P. Norberg, M.J. Lammi, P.J. Kingham, P. Kelk. Sweden
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Digital light processing of 3D structures for improved connectivity of hIPSC derived neurons
Dominic Mosses, Eric Hill,, Edik Rafailov and Rhein Parri. United Kingdom
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Tuneable Hydrogels for Neural Modelling
P. Walczak, E. J. Hill,, and R. Parri. United Kingdom
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Posters setup and format

Set-up time: Wednesday, 25 October between 17:00 – 17:30

Dismantle: Friday, 27 October between 15:15 – 17:00

  • Posters should be prepared in portrait A0 format: 1189 mm (46.8 inches) height and 841 mm (33.1 inches) width.
  • Authors are responsible for setting up and removing their posters.
  • Abstract title, author(s) and affiliation(s) should appear on top of the poster.
  • Please make sure that your poster can be read easily from a distance of 2 meters.
  • All posters must be written entirely in English.
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