Mitchell Ryan studies human tissue scaffolds in a Cedarville University laboratory with Dr. Tim Norman, professor of mechanical and biomedical engineering. (Photo by Scott Huck)
Collaborative research by Cedarville senior biomedical engineers and the school of pharmacy shows that 3D printing of human tissue scaffolds has tremendous potential for regrowing bone. Their research will be published by the Orthopedic Research Society (ORS) in March 2018.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "3D Printing of Human Tissue Scaffolds Provide Learning Opportunity for Biomedical Engineering, Pharmacy Students" (2017). News Releases. 588.