Biofabrication and 3D Printing for Precision Healthcare

The merging of biological matter with engineering components, could transform a number of emerging fields, including regenerative medicine and bio-machine interfaces. This presentation considers my group’s recent work in biofabrication and bioprinting techniques across different length scales. Particular focus is placed on the fabrication of extracellular matrix fibre analogue, embedded 3D printing, and guided tissue assembly that could extend the feature resolution and material functionality of tissue constructs.

Such cross-scale bio-design and manufacturing strategy may ultimately translate engineering capability into an accessible life sciences toolkit, fulfilling its potential to deliver in vitro disease models and engineered tissue implants.

A presentation by Yan Yan Shery Huang, Associate Professor in Bioengineering in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge.

About Yan Yan Shery Huang
Dr. Huang is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge. She completed her MEng degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Imperial College London. She then pursued a PhD in Physics at Cambridge. She was a visiting researcher at University of Texas at Austin, and an Oppenheimer Fellow and a Homerton College Junior Research Fellow. She is a recipient of an ERC Starting grant, and a fellow of the Institute of Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, UK.

About Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
The Department of Engineering is one of the few truly integrated engineering departments in the world. It is also the largest department in the University of Cambridge. Its breadth and scale bring unique advantage. The research portfolio develops pinnacles of world-class excellence, which adapt and combine to address a vast array of engineering challenges. Graduate teaching brings students into the heart of the latest research and developments. The undergraduates gain a strong foundation in all engineering disciplines together with in-depth knowledge of their chosen specialist field. Across research, teaching and graduate study, the Department of Engineering offers all its staff, students and industry partners a highly networked community for sharing and developing engineering knowledge.

Yan Yan Shery Huang is speaker at the 2022 edition of the 3D BioPrinting Conference.

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