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Bioreactors for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Dan Simionescu

Clemson University

Dr. Dan Simionescu is the Harriet and Jerry Dempsey Professor of Bioengineering and Director of the Biocompatibility and Tissue Regeneration Laboratories at the Clemson University, Clemson, SC, he has published more than 95 peer-reviewed papers.

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Agneta Simionescu

Clemson University

Dr. Agneta Simionescu published and presented multiple peer-reviewed papers and patents in the field of cardiovascular engineering (HI=16) and received several presentation awards, in addition, she has built a variety of bioreactors for a heart valve, myocardial and vascular studies in her lab.

Leslie Sierad

Aptus LLC

Dr. Leslie Sierad is the Founder and President of Aptus Bioreactors whos goal is to provide sophisticated cardiovascular bioreactor systems to researchers all around the world, to date, the company has leased or sold 26 cardiovascular bioreactor systems to 8 different research groups on 3 continents.

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Perfusion Bioreactors Devices Cardiovascular Engineering Bioreactors Pulsatility Orthopedic/Musculoskeletal Engineering Compression Nutrient and Gas Exchange Sterilization Safety Assembly Data Collection Parameter Control

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Bioreactors have become an integral part of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine enterprise. In the traditional paradigm of tissue engineering, cells are added to scaffolds by seeding and then the living constructs need to be maintained in physiologic conditions of temperature, flow of nutrients and gases, and mechanical or electrical stimuli typical of the target tissues. In many instances, the living constructs need to be exposed to additional specific stimuli for adaptation and maturation. Depending on the intended application, constructs will be kept alive for extended periods to serve as in vivo testing platforms, or prepared for implantation by in vitro conditioning. During this phase, cell phenotypes need to be maintained quiescent, under ideal perfusion conditions, with manual or automatic control over all parameters. To achieve these requirements, we need to design modular systems capable of exposing the constructs to stimuli in a measurable and controllable manner. This requires specific expertise in CAD, 3D printing, sterilization, parameter controls, instrumentation, software, hardware, pneumatics, biomechanics and cell biology, among others.

This book intends to provide the reader with an overview of the requirements for bioreactor design and implementation as well as specific applications for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

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Date completed: September 18th 2020

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Deadline for full chapters: December 15th 2020

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Review results due: March 5th 2021

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Expected publication date: May 4th 2021

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Dan Simionescu

Clemson University

Dr. Dan Simionescu is the Harriet and Jerry Dempsey Professor of Bioengineering and Director of the Biocompatibility and Tissue Regeneration Laboratories at the Clemson University, Clemson, SC. He has published more than 95 peer-reviewed papers in highly ranked journals such as Circulation, Cardiovascular Pathology, American Journal of Pathology, Tissue Engineering, and Biomaterials and has more than 180 peer-reviewed conference proceedings presented worldwide. Dr. Simionescu’s general research interests include cardiovascular biology, pathology, and regeneration using scaffolds, stem cells and bioreactors. His current interest is preclinical validation of translational tissue engineering approaches and is being generously funded by the NIH and the biomedical industry for his efforts in the field of cardiovascular biology, pathology, and regenerative medicine.

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