We are please to announce our participation on the European project cmRNAbone, 3D Printed-Matrix Assisted Chemically Modified RNAs Bone Regenerative Therapy for Trauma and Osteoporotic Patients.
Launched on 1 January 2020 it comprises 11 European partners from Austria, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland.
This bioprinted miniaturized spheroid-based array model should prove useful for the study of the internal and external factors that contribute to the formation of precursor PDAC lesions and to cancer progression, and may, therefore, shed light on future pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma therapy strategies.
We are pleased to announce our last publication in collaboration with Julie Guillermet (UMR 1037, CRCT, Toulouse).
It was a pleasure to us to have host you for the Inserm Workshop 258, "3D Bioprinting and Biofabrication: From cellular models to tissue engineering applications" in November, 2019, here in Bordeaux.
We had a huge number of fruitful exchanges with all the participants.
Hope to see you again soon!
Another successful Bioprinting workshop. We thank the great group of PhD students from the University of Bordeaux for their active participation! Also, we acknowledge the support of the STS department of the University of Bordeaux (19/11/2020).
We are pleased to announce a publication in collaboration with Georges Baffet group (Inserm UMR 1085 - Irset, Rennes)
Congratulations to Lise Chagot, Charles Handschin, Theo Desigaux and Hugo Oliveira for their great presentations.
Congratulations Nathalie Dusserre for her great presentation in the largest Biofabrication congress in the world!
Congratulations Charles Handshin for his great presentation at the 3rd Australian Bioprinting Workshop
Congratulations Nathalie and all the team for the new article on Bioprinting: "Microvalve bioprinting as a biofabrication tool to decipher tumor and endothelial cell crosstalk: Application to a simplified glioblastoma model". A first of many, in collaboration with the team of Francois Paris, INSERM U892, Nantes
Congratulations Hugo and all the team for the new article on Biofabrication: "Cell-assembled extracellular matrix (CAM): a human biopaper for the biofabrication of pre-vascularized tissues able to connect to the host circulation in vivo"