Nanotechnology, Tissue engineering, Transplantation, Biofabrication and Regenerative medicine are his primary areas of study. His work on Self assembling as part of general Nanotechnology study is frequently connected to Application areas, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Tissue engineering study deals with the bigger picture of Biomedical engineering.
His research integrates issues of Three dimensional printing, Organ Culture Technique and Computational biology in his study of Transplantation. The various areas that Ibrahim T. Ozbolat examines in his Biofabrication study include Spheroid, Mechanical engineering, Rapid prototyping and Protein filament. His Regenerative medicine study combines topics in areas such as 3D bioprinting and Biochemical engineering.
His primary areas of study are Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, Nanotechnology, 3D bioprinting and Scaffold. His Biomedical engineering research integrates issues from Spheroid, Stem cell, Cartilage and Controlled release. His work in the fields of Biofabrication overlaps with other areas such as Fluid transport.
His Nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Decellularized matrix, Regenerative medicine and Transplantation. Ibrahim T. Ozbolat merges 3D bioprinting with Bench to bedside in his study. His Scaffold research incorporates themes from Porosity and Deposition.
His primary scientific interests are in Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, 3D bioprinting, Spheroid and Scaffold. His Biofabrication study in the realm of Biomedical engineering connects with subjects such as Articular cartilage. His Tissue engineering study incorporates themes from Nanotechnology, Cell type, Intra operative, Composite number and Computational biology.
His Nanotechnology research incorporates elements of Cell patterning and Shear stress. His 3D bioprinting study combines topics in areas such as Cancer metastasis, Stem cell and Tumor microenvironment, Cancer Microenvironment. Ibrahim T. Ozbolat works mostly in the field of Spheroid, limiting it down to concerns involving Mesenchymal stem cell and, occasionally, Bone tissue.
Ibrahim T. Ozbolat spends much of his time researching Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, 3D bioprinting, Biofabrication and Spheroid. Ibrahim T. Ozbolat combines subjects such as Self-healing hydrogels and Microparticle with his study of Biomedical engineering. In his works, Ibrahim T. Ozbolat undertakes multidisciplinary study on Tissue engineering and Articular cartilage.
His 3D bioprinting research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Extrusion, Cell type and Polymer. The various areas that he examines in his Biofabrication study include Layered structure, Chondrogenesis, Cartilage and Regenerative medicine. His studies in Spheroid integrate themes in fields like 3d space and Scaffold.
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Current advances and future perspectives in extrusion-based bioprinting.
Ibrahim T. Ozbolat;Monika Hospodiuk.
The bioink: A comprehensive review on bioprintable materials.
Monika Hospodiuk;Madhuri Dey;Donna Sosnoski;Ibrahim T. Ozbolat.
Biotechnology Advances (2017)
Bioprinting Toward Organ Fabrication: Challenges and Future Trends
I. T. Ozbolat;Yin Yu.
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (2013)
A comprehensive review on droplet-based bioprinting: Past, present and future.
Hemanth Gudapati;Madhuri Dey;Ibrahim Ozbolat.
Bioprinting Technology: A Current State-of-the-Art Review
Amer B. Dababneh;Ibrahim T. Ozbolat.
Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering-transactions of The Asme (2014)
Bioprinting for vascular and vascularized tissue biofabrication.
Pallab Datta;Bugra Ayan;Ibrahim T. Ozbolat.
Acta Biomaterialia (2017)
Bioprinting scale-up tissue and organ constructs for transplantation.
Ibrahim T. Ozbolat.
Trends in Biotechnology (2015)
Application areas of 3D bioprinting.
Ibrahim T. Ozbolat;Weijie Peng;Veli Ozbolat.
Drug Discovery Today (2016)
Characterization of printable cellular micro-fluidic channels for tissue engineering
Yahui Zhang;Yin Yu;Howard Chen;Ibrahim T Ozbolat.
Evaluation of Cell Viability and Functionality in Vessel-like Bioprintable Cell-Laden Tubular Channels
Yin Yu;Yahui Zhang;James A. Martin;Ibrahim T. Ozbolat.
Journal of Biomechanical Engineering-transactions of The Asme (2013)
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