Developing ECM-based bioinks for bioprinting human skin equivalents with Atiya Sarmin

Written by Atiya Sarmin

Bioprinting human skin equivalents with ECM-based bioinks

In this interview, we spoke to Atiya Sarmin (Queen Mary University London, UK) about her project developing bioinks for 3D printing human skin ‘equivalents’. Biography I am a second year PhD student at the Blizard Institute at Queen Mary University of London (UK). I completed my undergraduate studies at The University of Southampton (UK) in biomedical science and went on to do an MRes in cancer biology at Imperial College London (UK) before starting my PhD. >> Find out more about Atiya Sarmin and her work at Queen Mary University of London Could you tell us about any current (or...

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