On January 21 2020, we will be hosting a webinar on the use of 3D bioprinting to generate in-vitro skin models. You are invited to join us! Register for free here.
During the webinar we will hear about the potential of printing cell-laden biomaterials to create functional skin in the lab. We will learn from experts at Regemat3D who are working on developing a reproducible 3D printed layered skin model. As part of Biogelx’s ongoing collaboration with Regemat3D, researchers from the bioprinting company are using Biogelx-INKs for the generation of such advanced models.
Today, we are thrilled to introduce Dr. Jose Manuel Baena and Mario Juarez-Rodriguez as our invited webinar speakers. Jose Manuel is the CEO and founder of REGEMAT 3D, a leading bioprinting company based in Granada, Spain. Mario is a bioprinting scientist at the Platform for Tissue Engineering and 3D Printing (PITI3D), Regemat3D’s close collaborator based in Madrid, Spain.
They will present their current project focused on skin tissue engineering which aims to set up a facility to produce human skin for clinical applications. The skin model is being developed using Regemat’s bioprinter and Biogelx™-INK-GFOGER; our collagen-derived bioink.
If this sounds of interest, and you would like to know more about the webinar in advance, you can read more details here. And if you’re curious, the benefits of our peptide Biogelx-INK platform can be found here.
Jose Manuel and Mario will be answering questions after the webinar, together with our other speaker Dr. Chris Allan, so be sure to register for the webinar here and join us on Tuesday, 21st of January. We would love to have you there!