3DMedTALKS l 3D printing for spinal cord injury research


Georgi Makin, Editor of 3DMedNet, is joined by Jacob Koffler (University of California San Diego; CA, USA) as they discuss how 3D printing is being used in spinal cord injury research. As part of 3DMedNet’s special feature – 3D in focus: applications in neuro R&D – Georgi and Jacob explore 3D printing in neurology and neuroscience. Guest biography   I am a Bioengineer Neuroscientist working at the Center for Neural Repair within the School of Medicine at the University of California San Diego (UCSD; CA, USA). I use 3D printing and hydrogel materials to create biomimetic spinal cord scaffolds. The...

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