The ABCs of Organ Engineering

Inside the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, more than 300 scientists in the fields of biomedical and chemical engineering, cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology, physiology, materials science, nanotechnology, genomics, proteomics, surgery and medicine work side by side to translate the science of regenerative medicine into clinical therapies.

Select a link below to learn more about the steps involved in engineering tissues and organs in the lab:

It all Starts with Cells Making a Scaffold Bioprinting

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Making a Scaffold

 

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Materials Selection Quality Assurance Testing Functionality

Materials Selection

 

Quality Checks

 

Testing Function

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