2-Day Conference: Biofabrication & Biomanufacturing Europe, 2019 (Rotterdam, Netherlands – June 20-21, 2019) – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Biofabrication
& Biomanufacturing Europe 2019”
conference has been added
to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Biofabrication and Biomanufacturing Europe 2019 brings
together researchers from across various disciplines who are involved in
the fabrication of functional, engineered tissue constructs.

This field is of great interest for generating in vitro physiological
and disease models, for target identification and drug screening, and as
potential organ replacements amongst other applications.

A multitude of fabrication approaches to generate tissue engineered
constructs exist including photopolymerization, 3D-printing,
stereolithography, multiphoton lithography as well as self-assembly
approaches. While much progress has been made in generating functional
tissues using both synthetic and natural materials, increasing
throughput and tissue volume has been challenging.

This conference will focus on advanced techniques and approaches being
used for biofabrication with a focus on potentially scalable
technologies that will allow higher throughput manufacturing of
functional tissues.

In addition to scientific presentations, this conference features
exhibits with companies showcasing their technologies and product
offerings into this field.

Benefits of Attending:

  • The most up-to-date science is presented in the given fields of
    research represented at the conference
  • Conference speakers are experts in their respective fields and many
    key opinion leaders (KOLs) participating and speaking at these events
  • Extensive networking opportunities with academics and industry
    participants – networking in a professional business environment
    conducive to partnering, collaborations and business development
  • Excellent venue located right across from Rotterdam Centraal Station
    with extensive fast connections across Europe, fast Thalys trainstop
    to Antwerp, Brussels and Paris, and a fast direct train to Amsterdam
    Schiphol Airport for flight connections around the world
  • Breakfasts, lunches and networking cocktail reception for a relaxed
    business atmosphere conducive to excellent networking
  • Right across from Marriott Rotterdam with conference pricing for
    conference attendees allows delegates easy access to the conference
    and after-hours networking opportunities with colleagues
  • Manageable conference sizes composed of several hundred delegates


Day 1 – Thursday, 20 June 2019


Conference Registration, Materials Pick-Up, Morning Coffee and


John Hundley Slater – Conference Chair

  • Chairman’s Welcome and Introduction to the Conference
  • John Hundley Slater, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering,
    University of Delaware, United States of America


Gabor Forgacs – Keynote Presentation

  • Tissue Engineering and Biofabrication Beyond Medicine
  • Gabor Forgacs, Professor, University of Missouri-Columbia; Scientific
    Founder, Organovo; CSO, Modern Meadow, United States of America


Amir A Zadpoor – Keynote Presentation

  • Meta-Biomaterials
  • Amir A Zadpoor, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Distinguished Professor,
    Chaired Professor of Biomaterials & Tissue Biomechanics, Delft
    University of Technology (TUDelft), Netherlands


Morning Coffee Break and Networking


  • Microscopic Laser Photolithography for Designing In Situ Architectures
    in 3D Cell-Laden Hydrogels
  • Dror Seliktar, Associate Professor, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering,
    Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel


  • Biofabrication of Vascularized Tissues with Bioprinting
  • Heidi Declercq, Head of the Bioprint Facility and Tissue Engineering
    Group, Department of Human Structure and Repair, Universiteit Gent,


Y. Shrike Zhang – Keynote Presentation

  • Putting 3D Bioprinting to the Use of Tissue Model Fabrication
  • Y. Shrike Zhang, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical
    School, Associate Bioengineer, Division of Engineering in Medicine,
    Brigham and Women’s Hospital, United States of America


Networking Lunch in the Exhibit Hall and Poster Viewing


  • Tissue Manufacturing by Bioprinting: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Fabien Guillemot, Chief Executive Officer, Poietis, France


  • Soft Hybrid Units For the Biomanufacture of Tissues For Regenerative
  • Joo F. Mano, Professor Department of Chemistry, CICECO – Aveiro
    Institute of Materials, University of Aveiro, Portugal


  • GE Healthcare Life Sciences3D Bioprinting and the Biologicalization of
  • William G Whitford, Strategic Solutions Leader Bioprocess, GE
    Healthcare Life Sciences


Afternoon Coffee Break and Networking in the Exhibit Hall


  • AlleviThe Age of Allevi Applications
  • Ricky Solorzano, CEO, Allevi


Shulamit Levenberg – Keynote Presentation

  • Engineering 3D Vascularized Tissue Constructs
  • Shulamit Levenberg, Professor and Dean, Faculty of Biomedical
    Engineering, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel


  • Biofabrication of Self-Organizing Vascular Networks
  • Jeroen Rouwkema, Associate Professor, University of Twente, Netherlands


Aleksandr Ovsianikov – Keynote Presentation

  • Title to be Confirmed.
  • Aleksandr Ovsianikov, Professor, Additive Manufacturing Technologies,
    Technische Universitt Wien, Austria


Networking Reception with Beer and Wine — Meet Colleagues and
Network with New Acquaintances


Close of Day 1 of the Conference

Day 2 – Friday, 21 June 2019


Morning Coffee, Pastries and Networking


  • Engineering Airway Tubes via Guided Self-Assembly
  • Yan Yan Shery Huang, University Lecturer in Bioengineering, University
    of Cambridge, United Kingdom


  • Scale-Encompassing Vascular Models via Laser-Induced Hydrogel
  • John Hundley Slater, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering,
    University of Delaware, United States of America


Steven C. George – Keynote Presentation

  • “Bone Marrow-on-a-Chip”: A Strategy to Replicate Hematopoiesis and
    Cancer Cell Dormancy
  • Steven C. George, Professor and Chair, University of California,
    Davis, United States of America


Morning Coffee Break and Networking


Noah Malmstadt – Keynote Presentation

  • Modular 3D Printed Microfluidic Systems: Design with Manufacturability
    in Mind
  • Noah Malmstadt, Professor, Mork Family Dept. of Chem. Eng. & Mat.
    Sci., University of Southern California, United States of America


Lorenzo Moroni – Keynote Presentation

  • Biofabrication: from Rapid Prototyping to Bioprinting
  • Lorenzo Moroni, Professor, Biofabrication for Regenerative Medicine,
    Maastricht University, Netherlands


  • Biofabrication of Macroporous Constructs
  • Marcy Zenobi-Wong, Professor, ETH Zrich, Switzerland


Networking Lunch, Exhibit and Poster Viewing


Poster Awards


Jason Burdick – Keynote Presentation

  • Engineered Hydrogels for 3D Printing Applications
  • Jason Burdick, Robert D Bent Professor, University of Pennsylvania,
    United States of America


  • Metabolic Cues Enhance Maturation of Human iPSC-derived Cardiomyocytes
    in a Cardiac Microphysiological System
  • Nathaniel Huebsch, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering,
    Washington University Saint Louis, United States of America


Afternoon Coffee Break and Networking


  • Bioengineering and Cell Reprogramming Approaches For the Generation of
    Advanced In vitro Neural Systems
  • Massimiliano Caiazzo, Assistant Professor, Utrecht
    University/University of Naples “Federico II”, Netherlands


  • Mechano-Memory and Selection in Cancer
  • Shelly Peyton, Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts,
    Amherst, United States of America


Close of Day 2 of the Conference

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