Bioprinting technology, regulation and intellectual property: ‘panel on paper’

Written by Alex Faulkner, Edison Bicudo and Phoebe Li

biomodifying technologies Spotlight panel

In this combined interview, 3DMedNet spoke to the team behind the UK ‘Biomodifying Technologies‘ project, specifically on what they have found regarding the practicalities in regulating and translating bioprinting technologies in clinical practice. Biographies   My name is Edison Bicudo, sociologist and geographer, currently a Research Fellow at the School of Global Studies, University of Sussex (UK). In 2012, I completed a PhD in international politics at King’s College London (UK). As a researcher, I am interested in the social and geographical implications of health technologies, having focused on topics such as clinical trials, bioinformatics, neuroimaging and others. In 2019,...

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