These are the members of the Cartilage Engineering and Regeneration Laboratory.
Every tissue engineered approach depends on the availability of cells which are safe and can maintain the desired phenotype.
We assess different biofabrication technologies for the tissue engineering of cartilage and neural tissues, including Electrospinning and 2-Photon Polymerization.
Biomaterials play an important role in the field of cartilage and neural tissue engineering. In our lab we develop new materials for the future of tissue engineering.
Our laboratory is investigating new ways and materials to employ 3D bioprinting for cartilage tissue engineering
Our group develops novel strategies for regenerating tissues including cartilage, bone and nerves.
Christopher Millan listed in the 30 under 30 Class of 2017 by Forbes.
CERL publication makes the back cover of this month's Advanced Healthcare Materials
CERL publication makes the cover of this month's Advanced Functional Materials journal
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Congratulations to Emma Cavalli for winning a 2016 Academia-Industry Training Award.
Congratulations to Mischa Müller who won a best poster prize at the Biointerfaces International 2016 conference.
Emma Cavalli wins poster award