Workshop on Measurement Needs for Biofabrication for Tissue Engineered Medical Products
The National Institute of Standards and Technology will be hosting a workshop to discuss and identify needs for characterizing biofabricated, tissue engineered medical products for clinical applications.
Scope: Biofabricated tissue-engineered constructs have the potential to transform personalized medicine. However, characterizing these constructs post-fabrication and throughout preclinical use remains challenging. We will hold a 1-day workshop on measurement needs for biofabricated constructs that contain cells, focusing on metrology for the structure of the constructs, cell viability in the constructs, and functional capacity of the constructs. This workshop will enable future research directions, standards development, and the adoption of these constructs for clinical use. Learn more about the workshop here.
President, O2M Technologies
Title: Nondestructive Cell Viability Assessment Using Oxygen Imaging