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Louisiana Tech University professor presents at International Bioprinting Congress
Date:7/21/2014

ity, and his bachelor's degree in biology from the College of William and Mary. His research interests include combining nanotechnology with cell biology to understand systems in the brain and in disease states such as cancer. DeCoster has published 60 peer-reviewed papers with over 1,750 citations of this work, and has served extensively as a reviewer for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and for more than 25 different scientific journals.

The International Bioprinting Congress features leading international scientists and thought leaders, and provides the attendees with detailed insights into the latest developments and techniques in 3D bioprinting. Attendees also learn about the many advances in 3D bioprinting including additive manufacturing of tissues and biofabrication, scaffolds and biomaterials for tissue engineering, biological laser printing, biological inkjet printing, and the search for the synergy by fusion of bio-additive manufacturing and micro manufacturing.

"We need to understand both the 2D and 3D environments since different parts of the body use different materials to function, and this complexity of materials will most likely also be needed in bioprinting," explains DeCoster. "In my presentation at the International Bioprinting Congress, I look forward to sharing the research we're doing at Louisiana Tech on how normal cells of the brain as well as cancer cells (such as in brain tumors), can be studied using materials from 3D printers and how we combine those materials with cells."


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Contact: Dave Guerin
dguerin@latech.edu
318-257-4854
Louisiana Tech University
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