One of the major limitations in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine is an inadequate vascular supply. Nutrient and gas transport throughout synthetic tissue engineered constructs and decellularized tissues is critical for successful regeneration and integration into the patient's body. Researchers have attempted to mitigate deficiencies in vascularization and promote angiogenesis in a variety of ways, including adding scaffold bioactivity, optimizing scaffold design and architecture, and enhancing scaffolds with stem cells. These new treatments may enable the body to repair, replace, restore and regenerate damaged tissues and organs at a scale previously unattainable in regenerative medicine.
Several speakers at the New Jersey Symposium will highlight highly innovative approaches to promoting vascularization. These include:
Registration for the 12th NJ Symposium on Biomaterials Science is available at http://www.njbiomaterials.org/biomaterials-symposia.htm.
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