Tissue Engineering Strategies for Organ Regeneration addresses the existing and future trends of tissue engineering approaches for organ/tissue regeneration or repair. This book provides a comprehensive summary of the recent improvement of biomaterials used in scaffold-based tissue engineering, and the tools and different protocols needed to design tissues and organs. The chapters in this book provide the in-depth principles for many of the supporting and enabling technologies including the applications of BioMEMS devices in tissue engineering, and the combination of organoid formation and three dimensional (3D) bioprinting. The book also highlights the advances and strategies for regeneration of three-dimensional microtissues in microcapsules, tissue reconstruction techniques, and injectable composite scaffolds for bone tissue repair and augmentation.
- Addresses the current obstacles to tissue engineering applications
- Provides the latest improvements in the field of integrated biomaterials and fabrication techniques for scaffold-based tissue engineering
- Shows the influence of microenvironment towards cell-biomaterials interactions
- Highlights significant and recent improvements of tissue engineering applications for the artificial organ and tissue generation
- Describes the applications of microelectronic devices in tissue engineering
- Describes different current bioprinting technologies
Table of Contents
Designing Biomaterials for Regenerative Medicine: State-of-the-Art and Future Perspectives
Zohreh Arabpour, Mansour Youseffi, Chin Fhong Soon, Naznin Sultana, Mohammad Reza Bazgeir, Masoud Mozafari and Farshid Sefat
New Generation Materials for Applications in Bone Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
K. Ravikumar, Ashutosh Kumar Dubey and Bikramjit Basu
Enhanced Scaffold Fabrication Techniques for Optimal Characterization
Tshai Kim Yeow, Lim Siew Shee, Yong Leng Chuan and Chou Pui May
Next Generation Tissue Engineering Strategies by Combination of Organoid Formation and 3D Bioprinting
Shikha Chawla, Juhi Chakraborty and Sourabh Ghosh
A Strategy for Regeneration of Three-Dimensional (3D) Microtissues in Microcapsules: Aerosol Atomization Technique
Chin Fhong Soon, Wai Yean Leong, Kian Sek Tee, Mohd Khairul Ahmad and Nafarizal Nayan
BioMEMS Devices for Tissue Engineering
Tao Sun and Chao Liu
Injectable Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Repair and Augmentation
Subrata Bandhu Ghosh, Kapender Phogat and Sanchita Bandyopadhyay-Ghosh
Bio-Ceramics for Tissue Engineering
H. Z. Abdullah, T.C. Lee, M.I. Idris and M.A. Selimin
Stimulus-Receptive Conductive Polymers for Tissue Engineering
Naznin Sultana and Lor Huai Chong
Evaluation of PCL / Chitosan/Nanohydroxyapatite/Tetracycline Composite Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering
Rashid Bin Mad Jin, Naznin Sultana, Chin Fhong Soon and Ahmad Fauzi Ismail
Dr. Naznin Sultana received her PhD in Biomedical Engineering from The University of Hong Kong. She served as an Associate Professor at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). She is currently working at Prairie View A & M University, Texas, USA. With over 12 years of experience in advanced teaching and research in biomaterials and tissue engineering, Dr. Sultana has several high-impact publications and a significant track record of research. She is a member of the editorial boards of several scholarly journals.
Dr. Sanchita Bandyopadhyay-Ghosh obtained her PhD from the University of Sheffield, UK. Before that, she was awarded a Pre-doctoral Fellowship from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. Following her PhD, she worked as a Teaching Research Fellow at Alfred University, USA. She later joined the University of Toronto, Canada, as a Postdoctoral Fellow. She is currently working as a Professor at Manipal University Jaipur, India. Dr. Sanchita Bandyopadhyay-Ghosh is proactively engaged in developing bio-nanocomposites, injectable and 3D printed bone scaffolds.
Dr. Chin Fhong Soon obtained her PhD in Molecular and Biomedical Engineering from the University of Bradford, UK. She is working as an Associate Professor in Universiti Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia. She has been an avid researcher in bioengineering for the past eleven years. One of her research areas is the development of 3D cell generation techniques. She has filed patents for a few of her research outputs and has published in high impact factor journals.