Suspended manufacture of a 3D iPSC-derived blood brain barrier with Sam Moxon

Written by Sam Moxon

In this interview with Sam Moxon (University of Manchester, UK), 3DMedNet takes a closer look at bioprinting tissue for studying the blood-brain barrier and the neurovascular unit. Biography I am Sam Moxon. I am a post-doc at the University of Manchester (UK) working in an Alzheimer’s research group. I started as an undergraduate in genetics and my PhD focused on biomaterials and trying to develop ways of regenerating osteochondral tissue — that’s where bioprinting first came in. I was trying to create a structure that can mimic the fact that, for example in knee tissue, there are two layers of...

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