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Bio-inspired Materials for Biomedical Engineering

Wiley, J,
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This book covers the latest bio-inspired materials synthesistechniques and biomedical applications that are advancing the fieldof tissue engineering. Bio-inspired concepts for biomedicalengineering are at the forefront of tissue engineering andregenerative medicine. Scientists, engineers and physicians areworking together to replicate the sophisticated hierarchicalorganization and adaptability found in nature and selected byevolution to recapitulate the cellular microenvironment. Thisbook demonstrates the dramatic clinical breakthroughs that havebeen made in engineering all four of the major tissue types andmodulating the immune system.
Part I (Engineering Bio-inspired Material Microenvironments)covers Bio-inspired Presentation of Chemical Cues, Bio-inspiredPresentation of Physical Cues, and Bio-inspired Integration ofNatural Materials.
Part II (Bio-inspired Tissue Engineering) addresses tissueengineering in epithelial tissue, muscle tissue, connective tissue,and the immune system.


Titel: Bio-inspired Materials for Biomedical Engineering
Autoren/Herausgeber: Anthony B. Brennan, Chelsea M. Kirschner (Hrsg.)
Aus der Reihe: Wiley-Society for Biomaterials
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9781118843628

Seitenzahl: 400
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Anthony B. Brennan is the Margaret A. Ross EndowedProfessor of Materials Science and Engineering and a professor ofBiomedical Engineering at the University of Florida. Hereceived his Bachelor's degree in chemistry from State Universityof New York at Potsdam in 1975 and his Ph.D. in MaterialsEngineering Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and StatueUniversity in 1990. Dr. Brennan has been a member of thefaculty at the University of Florida since 1991. Hismaterials focus is on the structure of the interphase between thecell and the substrate.Chelsea M. Kirschner obtained a Bachelor's degree inMaterials Science and Engineering at the University of Florida in2006, and her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the Universityof Florida in 2010. Dr. Kirschner completed a postdoctoralresearch fellowship at the University of Colorado at Boulder in2013. Her research focused on the influence of spatially andtemporally patterned hydrogel architectures and chemistries onadult stem cell shape and differentiation. She is currently aBiomedical R&D Engineer at Sharklet Technologies in Aurora, CO. - Newsletter
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