Special Issue: Biomaterials Science and Regenerative Engineering

Published 16 October, 2017

Regenerative Engineering is the convergence of advanced materials science, stem cell and developmental biology, physical sciences and engineering, and clinical translation to develop innovative, scalable tools to regenerate damaged or diseased complex tissues and organs. The progress in biomaterials science has become one of the major driving forces in regenerative engineering. This special issue highlights the recent advancements in biomaterials science and their applications in regenerative engineering. Submissions as research articles or review articles are all welcome in but not limited to the following topics: new biomaterial development, micro-/nano-fabrication and biomanufacturing, stem cell-biomaterial interactions, new drug development, drug delivery, bioimaging and biosensing, and implantable devices.

Paper submission due:
31st December 2017

Guest Editors:

Guillermo Ameer
Northwestern University
Email: g-ameer@northwestern.edu

Kelvin Yeung
The University of Hong Kong
Email: wkkyeung@hku.hk

Yi Hong
University of Texas at Arlington
Email: yihong@uta.edu

Mehdi Nikkhah
Arizona State University
Email: mnikkhah@asu.edu

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