As our tissues and organs change dynamically in time in response to stimuli from the surounding environment in our body, biomaterials used to create scaffolds for the regeneration of such tissues and organs should mimic this dynamicity.
On October 6th, Lorenzo delivered his inaugural lecture as he became at the beginning of 2016 professor in Biofabrication for Regenertive Medicine at Maastricht University.
This year a new research program on biofabrication has started as a consequence of a strong partnership between the biofabrication group at the MERLN Institute for Technology-Inspired Regenerative Medicine of Maastricht University and the Brightlands Materials Center.
Our lab has been featured on 3ders.org, which is a very active online reader digest platform covering several 3D printing news around the world. The article nicely describes our aims and goals in the field of biofabrication for regenerative medicine.
The major aim of our lab is to develop innovative biofabrication approaches for regenerative medicine as well as training next generation's talented students and postdocs.
One of the most direct ways of contributing to these causes is by donating towards a research aim or sponsoring any of our group members directly. Please contact Professor Moroni about donations towards research for fighting diseases such as osteoarthritis, cardiovascular, and neural degeneration.
We are greatful to our generous sponsors!