Special Issue "Biofabrication: From Additive Bio-Manufacturing to Bioprinting II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 August 2021.
Interests: biofabrication and additive bio-manufacturing; mechanobiology; surface bio-functionalization; infection prevention and treatment; metamaterials
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Metals: Metallic Biomaterials
Special Issue in Materials: Biomaterials and Tissue Biomechanics
Special Issue in Materials: Perspectives on Additively Manufactured Metallic Materials
Special Issue in International Journal of Molecular Sciences: Current Trends in Metallic Biomaterials: From Additive Manufacturing to Bio-functilozation, Infection-Prevention, and Beyond
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Biofabrication: From Additive Bio-Manufacturing to Bioprinting
Special Issue in Journal of Functional Biomaterials: Natural and Biomimetic Architectures for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
Special Issue in Metals: Additive Manufacturing of Architected Metallic Materials
Healthcare is one of the areas that has benefited the most from recent advances in advanced 3D printing (additive manufacturing) techniques. An increasing number of researchers and clinicians are studying the various ways through which 3D printing could be used for advancing biomedical research and improving currently available clinical treatments. This Special Issue, which is already the second on this topic, will present some of the best research currently performed in those directions. The topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Additively manufactured (i.e., 3D printed) medical devices including implants, medical instruments, prosthetics, and orthotics
- Tissue and organ printing
- 3D printed drugs and drug delivery systems
- Bioprinting of tissue analogs and disease models
- Additive manufacturing of biomaterials
- Pre- and post-processing of 3D printed medical devices and biomaterials including surface bio-functionalizations and coatings
- Patient-specific solutions enabled by 3D printing
- Hybrid (i.e., combined additive and subtractive) manufacturing, indirect additive manufacturing, and other novel fabrication techniques for biomedical applications.
- Evaluation of the biological and clinical performance of 3D printed biomaterials, tissues, organs, and medical devices.
Prof. Dr. Amir A. Zadpoor
Manuscript Submission Information
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- 3D printing in healthcare
- medical devices
- regenerative medicine
- tissue equivalents and disease models
- 3D printed drugs