Peek behind the paper: developing callus organoids for ‘living’ implants

Written by Gabriella Nilsson Hall

Peek behind the paper: developing callus organoids for 'living' implants

In this exclusive interview with Gabriella Nilsson Hall (KU Leuven, Belgium), 3DMedNet takes a closer look at the research behind bioassembled ‘living’ implants and what is required for these callus organoids to become a clinical reality. Biography I am Gabriella Nilsson Hall, PhD student at Prometheus — the division of skeletal tissue engineering of KU Leuven (Belgium). My interest in tissue engineering started during my graduate studies at Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg, Sweden), where I graduated in bioengineering. After an exchange master thesis at KU Leuven, I started my doctoral research with focus on microtissues for skeletal tissue engineering...

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