Stem Cell–Based Bioartificial Tissues and Organs

Monday, February 18, 2013: 9:45 AM-11:15 AM
Room 207 (Hynes Convention Center)
Transplantations of artificial organs have become a reality. They require skills not only in surgery but also in biomaterials, bioengineering, stem cell culture and biology, tumor biology, and molecular biology. In this session, a team behind artificial trachea transplantation in a patient and the analysis thereof will talk about the efforts made to take modern medicine to the next level.
Sabina Bossi, Karolinska Institutet
Ana Teixeira, Swedish Medical Nanoscience Center
Doris Taylor, Texas Heart Institute
Paolo Macchiarini, Karolinska Institutet
Regenerative Biotechnological Treatment
Philipp Jungebluth, The Cardiothoracic Surgery Network and Karolinska Institutet; Paolo Macchiarini, Karolinska Institute
Clinical Transplantation of a Tissue-Engineered Airway
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