Engineering Vascularization is the topic of the eleventh Johns Hopkins Nano-Bio Symposium. An amazing line-up of speakers will reveal what it’s like to explore the creation of blood vessel systems in lab-grown tissue. The presenters are:
- Shahin Rafii, Cornell University
Angiocrine Functions of Organotypic Endothelium in Regeneration and Tumorigenesis
- David Cheresh, UCSD
Reprogramming the Endothelium, an Initial Step in the Process of Angiogenesis
- David Kaplan, Tufts
Strategies for Vascularization of Biomaterial Systems for Tissue Regeneration
- Narutoshi Hibino, JHU
Challenge to Cardiovascular Disease Using 3D Printing and Tissue Engineering
- Zaver Bhujwalla, JHU
Imaging to Navigate the Tumor Microenvironment
- Warren Grayson, JHU
Platform Technologies for Engineering Vascularized Tissue Grafts
The day continues with a bustling poster session on a wide range of research topics. Students and researchers working in all aspects of nanobiotechnology are invited to participate.
The event, jointly orgazined by INBT and the Physical Sciences-Oncology Center, is free and open to the Johns Hopkins University community and select other academic institutions. A registration fee may apply to other attendees.
Visit http://inbt.jhu.edu/symposium to learn more.
May 5, 2017 from 9AM to 1230PM in the Owens auditorium at the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus
followed by a poster session from 130PM to 330PM.