Virtual Posters

 

Bioglasses/Ceramics/Other Hard Materials

V1. Adsorption Behavior of Serum Proteins on the Surface of Hydroxyapatite Ceramics with Preferred Orientation to A-Plane, Erika Onuma, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Meiji Universityonuma@meiji.ac.jp

V2. Improvement of Photo-Response in Titanium Dioxide for Cell Culture Substrates, Haruka Sumisaki, Kansai University, k298695@kansai-u.ac.jp

V3. Biomicroconcretes Modified with Gold Nanoparticles and Silicon, Joanna Czechowska, AGH University of Science and Technology, jczech@agh.edu.pl

V4. Fabrication of Sr-Substituted Hydroxyapatite Ceramics with Different Anisotropic Structures and their Osteodifferentiation, Mamoru Aizawa, Meiji Universitymamorua@meiji.ac.jp

V5. Immediate Soft-Tissue Adhesive Titanium: The Effect of Surface Porosity, Masahiro Okada, Okayama Universitym_okada@cc.okayama-u.ac.jp

V6. Proliferation, Differentiation and Calcification of MC3T3-E1 Cells on Zr-14Nb-5Ta-1Mo Alloy, Peng Chen, Tokyo Medical and Dental Universitychen.met@tmd.ac.jp

V7. How Liquid Phase Composition Affects on Properties of Calcium Phosphate Biomicroconcretes Based on α-TCP?, Piotr Pantak, Faculty of Material Science and Ceramics, AGH University of Science and Technologypantak@agh.edu.pl

V8. Effects of OCP/PLGA Composites on MSC Differentiation and The Materials Hydrolyses, Ryo Hamai, Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistryryo.hamai.a3@tohoku.ac.jp

V9. Drug Release from Gelatin-Calcium Titanate Composite Formed on Ti-6Al-4V alloy, Seiji Yamaguchi, Chubu Universitysy-esi@isc.chubu.ac.jp

V10. Zirconium Alloy with Excellent Mechanical Property to Decrease MRI Artifact, Takao Hanawa, Tokyo Medical and Dental Universityhanawa.met@tmd.ac.jp

V11. Developing a Novel Methodology for Microwave Hydrothermal Nanomodification of Titanium Microcarriers for Bone Regeneration, Venettia Leslie-King, INDICASAT-AIP, Research Institutevenles@cwpanama.net or RGittens@indicasat.org.pa

V12. Study on the Corrosion Performance of Carbide-derived Carbon (CDC) for Hip Implants, Yani Sun, University of Illinois at Chicagoysun98@uic.edu

V13. Antiviral Properties of Suspension Plasma-Sprayed Hydroxyapatite / Titania Coating, Yuichi Otsuka, Nagaoka University of Technologyotsuka@vos.nagaokaut.ac.jp

V14. Preparation of Paclitaxel-Loaded Poly(lactic acid)/Hydroxyapatite Core-Shell Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery System Carrier, Sungho Lee, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)sungho.lee@aist.go.jp

V15. Highly Efficient Propagation of Coral Tissues Using Bone Regeneration Techniques, Nanako Kosaka, Kansai Universityk115246@kansai-u.ac.jp

V16. Tuning Anti-tumor Immune Responses by Adjusting Size of Hydroxyapatite Particles, Xiupeng Wang, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technologyxp-wang@aist.go.jp

V17. Neutralizing the Systemic Toxicity of Co-Formulations of Chemotherapeutics Using Magneto-electric Silica Nanocarriers for Specific Therapeutic Action Against Metastatic Cancer Cells, Prakash Nallathamby, Berthiaume Institute for Precision Health - University of Notre Damepnallath@nd.edu

V18, 2. Multifunctional Titanium-Based Biomaterials – Advantages of Nanostructures in Metallic Implants, Magdalena Jarosz, Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Chemistrymagdalena.jarosz@uj.edu.pl

V19, 4. Synthesis and Physicochemical Characterization of Silver Modified Tricalcium Phosphate Ag-βTCP and Ag-βTCP/poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Regeneration, Szymon Skibinski, AGH UST Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramicsskibinski@agh.edu.pl

V20, 3. Optimizing Acetaminophen Release Profiles from Silicas through Surface Functionalization, Maressa Schulze, Villanova Universitymschulze@villanova.edu

V21, 5. Silanization of Titanium and Hydroxyapatite for Loading and Release of 2-heptylcyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid, Zoe Harrison, University of Memphiszlhrrson@memphis.edu

V173. Dynamic Mineralization: Multidirectional, Low-Temperature, and Rapid Process to Deposit Hydroxyapatite Microfilms on Polyether-Ether-Ketone for Osseointegration; Florence Lui, UNSW Sydney, Australiaf.lui@unsw.edu.au

 

Implant Pathology & the Foreign Body Reaction

V22. Translating Biomedical Technologies: Asia Perspective and Opportunity, John Kao, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parkjohn.kao@hkstp.org

V23. WITHDRAWN

V24. Resveratrol-Loaded Polymer-Based Nanocomposite Probes for Neural Interfacing, Natalie Mueller, Case Western Reserve Universitynnm19@case.edu

V25. Development of Gentamicin-Loaded Bone Filling Material with Infection Control Function, Ririko Tsuboi, Osaka Universitytsuboi-ririko@dent.osaka-u.ac.jp

V26, 8. A Model of Open Reduction Fracture Fixation for Testing New Implant Surface Approaches in Diabetic Rats, Alexandra Arteaga, University of Texas at Dallasaxa170031@utdallas.edu

V27. PVC Tubing Results in Monocytic Insult on Neonatal Endothelial Cells: Role of Shear Stress, Hao Zhou, University of Washington, Seattlehz457@uw.edu

 

Polymeric Biomaterials

V28. Design of Shape-memory Polymeric Strings for Minimally Invasive Prenatal Repair of Sacrococcygeal Teratoma, Ailifeire Fulati, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan / University of Tsukubaelfirepolat@yahoo.com

V29. Design of Smart Nanocapsules and Gel Particles Using W/O Emulsions for Drug Delivery Carriers, Akifumi Kawamura, Kansai Universityakifumi@kansai-u.ac.jp

V30. Self-Assembled Polymeric MR Contrast Agents for Superfine Microvasculature Imaging, Atsushi Mahara, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center Research Institutemahara@ncvc.go.jp

V31. Development of Debondable Dental Resin Cements Containing Photodegradable Plyrotaxane as a Cross-Linker, Atsushi Tamura, Tokyo Medical and Dental Universitytamura.org@tmd.ac.jp

V32. Nanoparticle Rigidity Influences the Uptake by Human Glioblastoma Cells, Chung-Fan Kuo, University of Houstonckuo9@central.uh.edu

V33. Transport of Gel-filled Liposomes across a Blood-Brain Barrier Model, Chung-Fan Kuo, University of Houston, Biomedical Engineeringckuo9@central.uh.edu

V34. Transformable Supramolecular Materials for Reversible PEGylation of Protein Drugs, Kosel Utatsu, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kumamoto University, Japan211y1002@st.kumamoto-u.ac.jp

V35. Urea-Functionalized Poly(trimethylene carbonate) Derivative for Biological Function, Lee Yae Tan, Nara Institute of Science and Technologytan.lee_yae.th3@ms.naist.jp

V36. WITHDRAWN

V37. Poly(beta-amino ester)-Based Heat-Stable Microparticle Platform for Micronutrient Encapsulation and Delivery, Linzixuan (Rhoda) Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technologyzlzx@mit.edu

V38. Development of A Collagen Hydrogel Dressing, Maoqi Feng, Dynamic Entropy Technology LLCdynamicentropyllc@gmail.com

V39. Feasibility Study of shRNA Polyplex as a Multi-functional Drug for Alzheimer’s Disease, Masamichi Inoue, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kumamoto University, Japan188y3003@st.kumamoto-u.ac.jp

V40. Anticancer Activity of Anti-cancer Drug-Conjugated Sulfobetaine Polymers against Cancer Cell Spheroids, Masaya Yanamoto, Tohoku Universitymasaya.yamamoto.b6@tohoku.ac.jp

V41. Development of Self-Healing Poly(γ-glutamic acid) / Chondroitin Sulfate Hydrogels with In Situ Mineralization Ability, Meng Wei, Osaka Universityweimengee@outlook.com

V42. Conjugate of Tyramine and Chondroitin Sulfate for the Functionalization of Bone Fixation Materials, Minori Sugiyama, Kansai Universityk676826@kansai-u.ac.jp

V43. Influence of Terminal Structure of Triethylene Glycol-Modified Polyrotaxanes on their Physicochemical Properties and Biomaterials Functions, Moe Ohashi, Tokyo Medical and Dental Universitymohe.ohashi@gmail.com

V44. Protective Effect from DEPRESSION by Polymer-Based Nanoantioxidant, Naoki Saigo, University of Tsukubas2020337@s.tsukuba.ac.jp

V45. Role of Peptide Valency on PEG-b-PPS Micelles for Integrin Receptor Blocking and Anti-Angiogenesis, Neha Bhushan, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockforddrbiju2@uic.edu

V46. Temperature-Responsive Injectable Polymer Systems Using Gelatin as a Crosslinker for Cellular Scaffold Materials, Nobuo Murase, Kansai Universitynmurase@kansai-u.ac.jp

V47. Solvent-Free Method for Initiator Immobilization for Grafting Zwitterionic Polymer Brushes using Surface Initiated Polymerization, Prabhleen Kaur, University of Washingtonpkaur@uw.edu

V48. High Performance Polymer Mesh as an Alternative to Traditional Degradable Mesh for Alveolar Bone Repair, Preethi A, IIT Bombay174020006@iitb.ac.in

V49. Heparin-Integrin Ligand Co-immobilized Surface for Enhancing the Adhesion of Mesenchymal Stem Cells, Ryo Minami, Kansai Universityk630282@kansai-u.ac.jp

V50. Increase in Friction on a Contact Lens by Embedded Pigment -Verification Using a Dedicated Pendulum Apparatus-, Ryusuke Nakaoka, DMD, NIHSnakaoka@nihs.go.jp

V51. Hemocompatible Surfaces Immobilized with Collagen-inspired Oligoprolines, Sachiro Kakinoki, Department of Chemistry and Materials Engineering, Faculty of Chemistry, Materials and Bioengineering Kansai Universitysachiro@kansai-u.ac.jp

V52. Biomaterial-based Delivery of Anti-VEGF Agent or Steroid: Application in Treating Retinal Vascular Diseases, Dhivya Venugopal, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabadsamavedi@che.iith.ac.in

V53. A Layer-by-Layer Approach to Incorporate Proteins into Electrospun Meshes while Preserving Secondary Structure, Gauri Shankar Shaw, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabadsamavedi@che.iith.ac.in

V54. Corrosion Behavior of Pure Magnesium Substrate Coated with Polydopamine Layer in Cell Culture Medium, Sayuki Yoshitomi, Kansai Universityk585332@kansai-u.ac.jp

V55. Dual Stimuli-responsive Sol-Gel Transition Polymers with Photodimerizable Groups for Regulating Cell Behavior, Takashi Miyata, Kansai Universitytmiyata@kansai-u.ac.jp

V56. Cationic Dendrimer as a Novel Melanogenesis Inhibitor, Takaya Ariyoshi, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kumamoto University, Japan, 213y1001@st.kumamoto-u.ac.jp

V57. A Self-assembled Antioxidants Nanoparticle Enhances Exercise Performance in High-intensity Running, Takuto Toriumi, Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukubas2030067@s.tsukuba.ac.jp

V58. Tumor Growth Suppression by Releasing Cancer Immune Suppression Using an Anti-CD25 Antibody-Immobilized Material, Tsuyoshi Kimura, Institute of Biomaterials and Bioengineering, Tokyo Medical and Dental Universitykimurat.mbme@tmd.ac.jp

V59. Isabgol (Psyllium) Nanoparticles Functionalized with Hyaluronic Acid from Engineered Lactococcus Lactis for Drug Delivery, Vasudha T K, Indian Institute of Technology Madrasbt18d203@smail.iitm.ac.in

V60. Piezoelectric-Driven Hernia Repair Mesh Mechanically Loaded with Ultrasound For Soft Tissue Healing, Victoria Drapal, University of Kansasvictoria.drapal@ku.edu

V61. Enhancement of Osteogenesis by Polyphosphoesters Having Bone Affinity, Yasuhiko Iwasaki, Kansai Universityyasu.bmt@kansai-u.ac.jp

V62. Anti-ice Nucleation Peptide Applied for Cell Stock Solution, Yoshiaki Hirano, Kansai Universityyhirano@kansai-u.ac.jp

V63. Synthesis and Characterization of New Temperature-Responsive Polymers, Poly(N-acryloylpiperidine) Derivatives, Yoshikatsu Akiyama, Tokyo Women's Medical Universityakiyama.yoshikatsu@twmu.ac.jp

V64. Modulation of Zeta Potential and Molecular Mobility on Polyrotaxane Surfaces Promotes Osteoblastic and Adipogenic Differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells, Yoshinori Arisaka, Tokyo Medical and Dental Universityarisaka.org@tmd.ac.jp

V65. Nanosheet Wrapping-Assisted Coverslip-Free Tissue Imaging for Looking Deeper, Yosuke Okamura, Tokai Universityy.okamura@tokai-u.jp

V66. Development of Injectable Dual Stimulus-Responsive Hydrogel Using Biodegradable Poly(γ-glutamic acid), Yu-I Hsu, Osaka Universityyuihsu@chem.eng.osaka-u.ac.jp

V67.Cell Surface Modification with Heparin-conjugated Lipids for Improving Blood Compatibility, Yuji Teramura, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)y.teramura@aist.go.jp

V68. Self-assembling Amino Acid Therapeutics, Yukio Nagasaki, University of Tsukubanagasaki@nagalabo.jp

V69. Enhancement of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Differentiation by Co-Culturing with Mature Cells in a Double-Layered Phospholipid Polymer Hydrogel Matrix, Kazuhiko Ishihara, University of Tokyoishihara@mpc.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

V70. The Effect of Sorbitol-responsive Injectable Hydrogel on Cardiac Function and Morphology of MI Rat, Hue Le, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center Research Institutehuele23989@gmail.com

V71. Influence of Surface Properties of Silk Fibroin-based Biomaterials on Cell Behaviors, Tomoko Hashimoto, Shinshu Universityhashitomo@shinshu-u.ac.jp

V72. Temperature-responsive Biodegradable Injectable Hydrogel Containing Adipose-derived Stem cells for Myocardial Ischemia, Yuichi Ohya, Kansai Universityyohya@kansai-u.ac.jp

V73. Basic Evaluation of Novel Gelatin Hemostat, Hironori Arima, Osaka City Universitya03ma002@yahoo.co.jp

V74. Anti-inflammatory Response of Methotrexate Conjugated Boronate-PAMAM Dendrimers for Potential Arthritis Therapy, Edidiong Essien, University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockfordedidiongnessien@gmail.com

V75. Behavior of New Type Cured Gelatin Hemostat On Surgical Site Temperature, Hirotsugu Kido, Osaka City Universitym5233225@med.osaka-cu.ac.jp

V76. Synthesis and Stabilization of Nanoliposomal Copper Diethyldithiocarbamate using Poly (Ethylene Glycol) – Carboxylate for Cancer Therapy, Radu Alexandru Paun, McGill Universityradu.paun@mail.mcgill.ca

V77. 3D Osteoconductive Composite for the Management of Large Bone Defects, Adil Akkouch, Western Michigan University Homer Stryker MD School of Medicineadil.akkouch@med.wmich.edu

V78. Encapsulation and Differentiation of Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells in a Biomimetic Purine Cross-Linked Chitosan Sponge, Antoine Karoichan, McGill Universityantoine.karoichan@mail.mcgill.ca

V79, 48. Development and Characterization of Furfuryl Gelatin Based Electrospun Fibrous Mats for Use as Platforms for Cardiac Disease Modelling, Joel Mudloff, University of Texas at El Pasojamudloff@miners.utep.edu

V80, 49. A Novel Modified Chitosan PEG Bio-ink for use in Additive Manufacturing, Blass Watson, University of Memphisabwatson@memphis.edu

V81. 6-Bromoindirubin-3’-Oxime Incorporation in the Guanosine Diphosphate Crosslinked Chitosan Scaffold as a Glycogen Synthase Kinase 3 Inhibitor: Investigation of Material Properties for Bone Tissue Regeneration, Celine Agnes, McGill Universityceline.agnes@mail.mcgill.ca

V82, 51. Design and Characterization of Cationic Nanoparticles for miRNA Delivery in the Treatment of Glioblastoma Multiforme, Deidra Ward, The University of Texas at Austindeidraw@utexas.edu

V83, 52. Stimuli Responsive Dual Nanogel System for Dendritic Cell Modulation and Immune Checkpoint Blockade, Dennis Huang, University of Texas at Austindhuang1647@utexas.edu

V84, 54. Evaluation of Ethyl Salicylate as a Plasticizer for Vascular Bioresorbable Stent Application, Hugh Zhao, Biomatco LLCqhzhao@ametcorp.com

V85, 55. Biomimetic Engineered Corneal Surface on Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lens, James Wu, Alconjames.wu@alcon.com

V86, 56. Quantification of Patterned Biodegradable PCL Fiber Orientation by Electrospinning with the Surface Wettability and Cell Behavior, Jiahui Chen, North Carolina State Universityjchen75@ncsu.edu

V87, 58. Incorporation of Nerve Growth Factor-loaded Microspheres into Chitosan/Polycaprolactone Hybrid Implants to Enhance Peripheral Nerve Tissue Regeneration, Katarzyna Nawrotek, Faculty of Process and Environmental Engineering, Lodz University of Technologykatarzyna.nawrotek@p.lodz.pl

V88, 59. In vivo Gelation of Phenylboronic Acid Group-bearing Polymer Solution Upon Contacting Soft Tissue, Kyoto Fukazawa, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center Research Institutek.fukazawa@ncvc.go.jp

V89, 60. Synthesis and Biological Characterization of 3D Polyhydroxybutyrate-tricalcium Phosphate Scaffolds, Maciej Guzik, Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciencesmaciej.guzik@ikifp.edu.pl

V90, 61. Delivery of Hepatitis B vaccine via a Self-Boosted System, Maria Kanelli, MITmkanelli@mit.edu

V91, 62. Electrospun Wound Healing Devices Containing Antibacterial Ionic Liquids/Deep Eutectic Solvents Resist Biofouling, Marjorie Nguyen, Northern Arizona Universityman292@nau.edu

V92. Tetrahydropyran Triazole Phenyl-alginate and Quaternized Phosphocholine-chitosan Conformal Coating on Human Islets: An In Vitro Study on Cell Viability, Michael Yitayew, McGill Universitymichael.yitayew@mail.mcgill.ca

V93, 66. The Effect of Uremic Conditions on Smooth Muscle Cells Cultured on PEG Hydrogels, Mollie Maples, University of Colorado Bouldermollie.maples@colorado.edu

V94, 67. Improving Facial Skeletal Muscle Regeneration using Surface Modified Collagen-PCL Knitted Textile Scaffolds, Monica Deshpande, North Carolina State Universitymdeshpa3@ncsu.edu

V95, 69. Nitric Oxide-Releasing Therapy for Infected Catheter Salvaging, Morgan Ashcraft, University of Georgiamma49073@uga.edu

V96, 72. A Predictive Mechanistic Model of Drug Release from Acetalated Dextran Particles, Rebeca Stiepel, University of North Carolina Chapel Hillbeca0830@live.unc.edu

V97, 73. Comparative Effect of BMP-2 and BMP-9 for Bone Regeneration by Mesenchymal Stem Cells in a Biomimetic Hydrogel, Sarah Schoonraad, University of Colorado Bouldersarah.schoonraad@colorado.edu

V98, 74. Optimized Loopable Translation as a Platform for the Synthesis of Repetitive Proteins, Sea On Lee, Johns Hopkins Universityslee449@jhu.edu

V99. WITHDRAWN

V100, 77. Development of Decoy CD47-Nanomedicine as Novel Therapeutic Strategy for Targeted Amelioration of, Tamer Elbayoumi, Midwestern University, College of Pharmacytelbay@midwestern.edu

V101, 79. A Study on the Ability of an Organo-Selenium Attached to a Cotton Dressing, to Inhibit Candida albicans Biofilm Formation, Ted Reid, Texas Tech Univ. Health Sciences Centerted.reid@ttuhsc.edu

V102, 80. Improving Selective Targeting to Mouse Macrophage Subpopulations Through Altering the Polyethylene Glycol Composition of Liposomes., Vittal G. Kamath, Iowa State Universityvgkamath@iastate.edu

V103, 81. Antimicrobial Hernia Mesh: Plasma Activated Diallyldimethylammonium Chloride Coating, Ziyu Wang, North Carolina State Universityzwang77@ncsu.edu

V104. Evaluation of Magnesium Incorporation in Chitosan-Elastin Nanofiber Membranes, Alex Bryan, The University of Memphis, BME Deptabryan1@memphis.edu

V166, 78. Targeting Cancer-associated Fibroblasts within a Microtumor Environment via Liposomes with Arginine-based Surface Modifiers, Tanzeel Ur Rehman, Iowa State Universityturehman@iastate.edu

V169, 76. Biomimetic Scaffolds Capture Anti-Tumor Immune Cells in the Early Breast Cancer Metastatic Niche, Sophia Orbach, University of Michigansmorbach@umich.edu

V172, 64. In Vitro Evaluation of the Osteoinductive Potential of Chitosan Membranes Loaded with Raspberry Ketone; Mathew Atwill, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, USAmtatwill@memphis.edu

V176, 68. Surface Functionalization of Polyurethane Towards Prevention of Biomaterials-Centered Infections: Combined Experimental and Molecular Dynamics Simulations Approach; Monika Golda-Cepa, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Polandmm.golda@uj.edu.pl

V177, 43. Evaluation of Acyl-modified Chitosan Membranes Loaded with Cis-2-decenoic Acid and Bupivacaine for Infection Prevention; Landon Choi, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, USAlchoi@memphis.edu

V178. Click Chemistry Functionalizes Self-Assembling Peptide Hydrogels; Joe Sharick, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USAsharick.4@osu.edu

 

Tissue Engineering

V105. High Internal Phase Pickering Emulsion (HIPE)-Templated Porous Scaffolds Loaded With Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFA) For Bone Tissue Engineering, Aadinath W, Indian Institute of Technology Madrasbt16d037@smail.iitm.ac.in

V106. Mechanically Conditioned Tissue Engineered Blood Vessels Resistant to Diabetic Pathologies, Bethany Lefeber, Clemson Universityblefebe@g.clemson.edu

V107. Evaluation of Polymeric Carriers for Cell-labelling MRI Contrast Agent, Chihiro Hiruno, Kansai Universityk201171@kansai-u.ac.jp

V108. Microfluidic Chip for Long-Term Cell Co-Culture, Craig Watson, Case Western Reserve Universitycraig.watson@case.edu

V109. Macromolecular Architecture of Biomimetic Proteoglycans Directs Tissue Micromechanics and Cellular Mechanotransduction, Elizabeth Kahle, Drexel Universityerk59@drexel.edu

V110. Preparation of Composite Scaffolds of Folic Acid-conjugated Gelatin and Gold Nanoparticles for Photothermal Therapy, Huajian Chen, University of Tsukubachenhuajian1118@gmail.com

V111. Ex Vivo Gene Delivery for Fabrication of Hepatocyte Sheet Tissues Secreting Angiogenic Factors, Jun Kobayashi, Tokyo Women's Medical Universitykobayashi.jun@twmu.ac.jp

V112. Photothermal Scaffolds of Black Phosphorus Nanosheets and Gelatin for Biomedical Applications, Linawati Sutrisno, University of TsukubaSUTRISNO.Linawati@nims.go.jp

V113. Biomimetic Proteoglycans Increase the Indentation Modulus of the Porcine Aortic Valve Leaflet Spongiosa, Mark Petrovic, Drexel Universitymarkpetrovic13@gmail.com

V114. Micropatterned Thermoresponsive Surfaces via Physical Block Copolymer Coatings for Fabricating Cell Sheets with Designed Morphological Structures, Masamichi Nakayama, Tokyo Women's Medical Universitynakayama.masamichi@twmu.ac.jp

V115. Evaluation of Carbonate Apatite Bone Graft Substitute in the Beagle Dog 1-wall Peri-implant Defect Model, Nagomi Kitamura, GC Corporationnagomi.kitamura@gc.dental

V116. Evaluation of Elasticity and Barrier Function of Synthetic Resorbable Membrane for Guided Bone Regeneration, Naruki Kimura, GC Corporationnaruki.kimura@gc.dental

V117. Intelligent Biosensor (iBiosensC) for Urine-Based Early Diagnosis of Breast Cancer, Sreyansh Mamidi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaignsmamidi3@illinois.edu

V118. Direct Injection of Hydrogels Embedding Gold Nanoparticles for Local Therapy after Spinal Cord Injury, Seil Sohn, CHA University, Bundang CHA Medical Centersisohn@hanmail.net

V119. JNK-2 Gene Silencing Lipid Nanoparticles for Elastic Matrix Regenerative Repair in Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms, Shataakshi Dahal, Lehigh Universityshd220@lehigh.edu

V120. WITHDRAWN

V121. In Situ Mineralized Nanocellulose-Alginate Bioink System for Injectable Bone Graft/3D Printing Applications, Sumit Murab, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Centersumit.murab@cchmc.org

V122. Nitric Oxide (NO) Donor Drug Delivering Nano platforms for Elastic Matrix Repair and Regeneration in Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Suraj Bastola, Lehigh Universitysub220@lehigh.edu

V123. Recapitulating the Human Placental Barrier with Trophoblast Stem Cells and a Microfluidic Device, Takeshi Hori, Tohoku Universitytakeshi.hori.b5@tohoku.ac.jp

V124. Interconnected Collagen Scaffolds Prepared with Sacrificial Templates for Cartilage Tissue Engineering, Yan Xie, University of TsukubaXIE.Yan@nims.go.jp

V125. WITHDRAWN

V126. Self-assembling B-hairpin Peptide Hydrogel Scaffold for Meniscal Defect, Yoshiaki Hirano, Kansai Universityyhirano@kansai-u.ac.jp

V127. 3D Bioprinting of a Photo-crosslinkable Platelet Lysate Based Bioink, Sunglu Min, Kyung-Hee Universitysungjun.min@khu.ac.kr

V128. Extracellular Matrix Microparticles Promote Heart Regeneration in Post-myocardial Infarction Mice, Xinming Wang, Case Western Reserve Universityxxw463@case.edu

V129. Blood Response to Arg-Glu-Asp-Val Peptide-modified Acellular Graft, Atsushi Mahara, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center Research Institutemahara@ncvc.go.jp

V130. Effect of Interlobular Septa on Stress-strain Characteristics of Pleura, Hirsosane Hayashi, Kanazawa Institute of Technologyc6100476@planet.kanazawa-it.ac.jp

V131. Simultaneous Spheroid Formation and Nanoparticle Encapsulation by Acoustic Microstreams, Reza Rasouli, McGill UniversityReza.rasouli@mail.mcgill.ca

V132. Mineralized Collagen Scaffold Pore Structure Enhances Immunomodulatory Potential of Mesenchymal Stem Cells, Vasiliki Kolliopoulos, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaignalikikk@gmail.com

V133. Enhancing Cell Behavior on 3D Scaffolds by Plasma-based 3D Printing System, Seung Hyeon Kim, Kyung Hee Universitytmdgus4335@khu.ac.kr

V134. Bioactive Tissue Scaffolds from Decellularized Ascidian Tunic, Sanjaraj Vijayavenkataraman, New York University Abu Dhabivs89@nyu.edu

V135, 10. Fabrication of a Scaffold from Novel Tropoelastin-collagen Electrospun Yarn for Skin Tissue Regeneration, Daxian Zha, North Carolina State Universitydzha@ncsu.edu

V136, 12. Engineered Osteoclasts: Potential Cell Therapy for Ectopic Calcification, Apichai Yavirach, University of Washingtonapichy@uw.edu

V137, 16. Foamed Calcium Phosphate Bone Cements with Biosurfactants – Cytotoxicity Studies, Ewelina Circhon, AGH University of Science and Technologyecichon@agh.edu.pl

V138, 17. A Fiber-Reinforced Composite Vascular Graft that Mediates the Macrophage Response, Fan Zhang, North Carolina State Universityfzhang12@ncsu.edu

V139, 20. Mechanical Characterization and Neutrophil Extracellular Traps Response of a Novel Hybrid Geometry Polydioxanone Near-Field Electrospun Template, Gary Bowlin, University of Memphisglbowlin@memphis.edu

V140, 21. In vivo Delivery of Macrophage Subtypes via Genipin-Crosslinked Collagen Biotextile, Ilaha Isali, Case Western Reserve Universityixi22@case.edu

V141, 24. Substrate Stiffness Modulates Human Regulatory T Cell Induction and Metabolism, Lingting Shi, Columbia Universityls3456@columbia.edu

V142, 25. Effects of Endothelial Cell (EC) Seeding Density and Passage Number on Human EC-Mesenchymal Stem Cell (MSC), Maiko Sasaki, Atlanta VA Medical Center/Emory Universitympapke@emory.edu

V143, 26. Polymer Design & Glycosaminoglycan Ratio Modulate Physical & Bioactive Properties of GAG Hydrogels, Michael Nguyen, University of California, Davismibnguyen@ucdavis.edu

V144, 27. 40 µm Diameter Pore, Precision-Templated Scaffolds Promote Recruitment of Pro-Healing Circulating Monocytes, Nathan Chan, University of Washingtonnathanrc@uw.edu

V145, 28. Type III Sodium-Dependent Phosphate Transporter Encoded by Gene Slc20a2 as a Hard Tissue Engineering Target, Philip Walczak, University of Washington School of Dentistry Department of Oral Health Sciencespwalczak@uw.edu

V146, 29. Bone Regeneration in Sockets Grafted with Shefabone® SCPC Immediately Following Extractions, Randa Alfotawi, King Saud Universityralfotawei@ksu.edu.sa

V147, 30. Assessment of Novel Surgical Procedures to Regenerate Bone Using Decellularised Muscle and Bioactive Ceramic: A Histological Analysis, Randa Alfotawi, Dental faculty, King Saud Universityralfotawei@ksu.edu.sa

V148, 34. Modeling 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Vasculopathy with Blood Vessel Organoids, Siyu He, Columbia Universitysh3846@columbia.edu

V149, 36. Temporal Dynamics of Interpenetrating Collagen I:Fibrin Hydrogels in Supporting Musculoskeletal Remodeling, Teja Guda, The University of Texas at San Antonioteja.guda@utsa.edu

V150, 37. Small Extracellular Vesicles from Precision Porous Templated Scaffold Resident Cells Modulate T Cell Inflammatory Signaling via TLR4, Thomas Hady, University of Washington Bioengineeringtfh3gf@uw.edu

V151, 39. Microribbon-based Macroporous Matrices Enhance Cartilage Repair in Rat Osteochondral Defect Model, Xinming Tong, Stanford Universityxinming@stanford.edu

V163, 42. Electrophoretic Ion Pumps for Long-Term In Vitro Applications, Harika Dechiraju, University of California, Santa Cruz (also in ‘Women in Biomaterials’ session)hdechira@ucsc.edu

V164, 40. Covalent Immobilization of Heparin on Gelatin Methacryloyl as a Platform for Sustained Drug Delivery, Fan Zhang, North Carolina State University (also in ‘Women in Biomaterials’ session)fzhang12@ncsu.edu

V165, 41. Potential of genipin-crosslinked collagen wet-spun multifilament yarns for rotator cuff tendon tissue engineering, Yihan Huang, North Carolina State University (also in ‘Women in Biomaterials’ session)yhuang38@ncsu.edu

V168. Mechanical and Microstructural Evaluation of Decellularized Porcine Thoracic Aortas for the Development of a Biomimetic Vascular Graft, Francesco Giovanniello, McGill Universityfrancesco.giovanniello@mail.mcgill.ca

V170, 22. Bone Ingrown Dynamized Long Bone Segment Regeneration Scaffolds Successfully Support Full Body Weight within 9 Months, John A. Szivek, Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Arizonaszivek@arizona.edu

V171, 38. Designer Angiogenic Peptides for Tissue Regeneration, Vivek Kumar, New Jersey Institute of Technologyvak@njit.edu

V174. Micro-Deposit of Hydroxyapatite for Bone-on-a-Chip Microfluidic Devices; Florence Lui, UNSW Sydney, Australiaf.lui@unsw.edu.au

V179, 35. Polycaprolactone Electrospun Fibers to Modulate Basement Membrane Remodeling in Upper Airway Coculture; Teja Guda, University of Texas at San Antonioteja.guda@utsa.edu

V181, 15. Quantitative CT Analysis and Mechanical Coupling of Implanted Bioresorbable Composite Scaffolds to Bone; David Margolis, University of ArizonaDMargolis@ortho.arizona.edu

 

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V152. Microneedle Patch to Modulate Local Gingival Environment, Cher (Xuexiang) Zhang, University of California, Los Angelescherxzhang@g.ucla.edu

V153. Using Fibrous Biomaterials to Understand the Role of the Microenvironment During Stem Cell Differentiation, Jessica Gluck, North Carolina State Universityjmgluck@ncsu.edu

V154. An Alkyl Polyglucoside Based Oil-in-water Emulsion Formulation with Depot Water Concealing Liquid Crystals for Dermal Wound Repair, Kaushita Banerjee, Vellore Institute of Technologykbgee99@gmail.com

V155. Modification of Structural and Mechanical properties of Bio-glass/ Tio2 Nano Composite Scaffold with a Nano Composite Coating Based on PHB for Tissue Engineering, Melika Rafiee Dorabatimelikarafiee@gmail.com

V156. Composite Materials with the Addition of Mesoporous Bioactive Glasses Doped with Therapeutic Ions, Michal Dziadek, Jagiellonian Universitydziadek@agh.edu.pl

V157. Multiple Cues In Acellular Amniotic Membrane Incorporated Embelin For Tissue Engineering, Sudha Varadaraj, Indian Institute of Technology and Swinburne University of Technologysudhavaradaraj1995@gmail.com

V158. Chitosan-based Hydrogel Biomaterials: in vitro Investigation, Szymon Salagierski, AGH University of Science and Technologysalagier@agh.edu.pl

V159, 84. Toll-like Receptors Contribute to the Foreign Body Response in a Biomaterial-dependent Manner, Brittany Thompson, University of Colorado BoulderBrittany.Thompson@colorado.edu

V160, 86. A Fully Biological Gas Exchange Membrane for a Biomimetic Artificial Lung, Erica Comber, Carnegie Mellon Universityecomber@andrew.cmu.edu

V161, 87. Programmed Bending of a 3D Bioprinted Heart Tube Inspired by Morphogenesis, Jacqueline Bliley, Carnegie Mellon Universityjbliley@andrew.cmu.edu

V162, 89. Engineering Biomimetic 3D Skeletal Muscle Architectures Using FRESH 3D Printed Collagen Scaffolds, Maria Stang, Carnegie Mellon Universitymstang@andrew.cmu.edu

V167, 91. Engineered Biosensors in an Encapsulated And Deployable System (eBEADS) for Detection of Environmental Health Hazards, Rachel Hegab, Johns Hopkins Universityrachel.hegab@jhuapl.edu

V175. Enthesis-inspired Transitional Mineral Layers for Collagen Hydrogel Constructs, Florence Lui, UNSW Sydneyf.lui@unsw.edu.au

V180, 88. The Photo-Shielding Effect of Nanoceria on Gelatin; Joanna Shephard, University of Georgiajms67847@uga.edu

V182. Creating an In Vitro Model of the Left Ventricular Outflow Tract; Katie Brown, Rice Universitykathleen.brown2012@gmail.com

V183. WITHDRAWN

SFB News

Guillermo Ameer, a pioneer in the field of regenerative engineering, has received the 2022 Bioactive Materials Lifetime Achievement Award from the Bioactive Materials academic journal.