Mar. 15
19:00–20:30
Streaming, Nettbasert

Three scientists from the Tissue Engineering Research Group at UiB will present their very interesting work on stem cells and regenerative medicine, with special focus on bioprinting. This technology might be a vital part in the future for personalized medicine!

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Description

The Tissue Engineering Research Group at Institute of Clinical Dentistry, University of Bergen is led by professor Kamal Mustafa. The past 15 years he and his group have acquired world class knowledge and research results on bone formation and regeneration, using stem cells both in vitro and in vivo. They are currently performing numerous preclinical laboratory studies and leading four clinical trials involving stem cells and personalized medicine, among them is a phase III controlled multicenter study conducted in five European countries and funded by the EU Commission (Maxibone H2020 project).

  • 19.00: Welcome, by Tekna - Turid Helen Felli Lunde

  • 19.05: Short introduction of Tissue Engineering Research Group - MAXIBONE clinical trial - Cecilie Gjerde

  • 19.35: Small coffee break/ Q&A

  • 19.40: 3D bioprinting used for tissue and organ manufacturing - present and future aspects Espen Helgeland

  • 20.20: Let’s make Bone: 3D Printing as a Tool for Bone Regeneration - Ahmad Rashad Elsebahy

  • 20.35: Q&A / Closing remarks, by Tekna - Turid Helen Felli Lunde

Speakers:

Cecilie Gjerde, dental surgeon and postdoc at University of Bergen

Espen Helgeland, dentist and PhD at University of Bergen

Ahmad Rashad Elsebahy, postdoc at University of Bergen

A link to the lecture will be sent to you by email before the lecture starts.