Sangeeta Bhatia: Tissue Engineering

I. Engineering Tissue Replacements
II. Microscale Liver Tissue Engineering

Part I: Engineering Tissue Replacements

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Lecture Overview
The concept of engineering tissues that are part cell and part synthetic material was proposed nearly 20 years ago. Bhatia explains why one would choose to use an engineered tissue and the challenges of engineering a tissue that reproduces the micro-architecture of tissue in vivo. She goes on to describe how the ingredients and the methods of fabrication of a hybrid tissue are chosen. More >>

Speaker Bio
Sangeeta Bhatia received her Sc.B. in biomedical engineering from Brown University, her M.D. from Harvard Medical School and her Ph.D. from MIT. She is currently Professor of Health Sciences and Technology and of Electrical and Computer Science at MIT and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. Research in her lab is focused on using micro- and nano-technologies for tissue repair and regeneration with particular emphasis on therapies for liver disease. More >>

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