Jos Malda mostly deals with Tissue engineering, Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology, Biofabrication and Self-healing hydrogels. His work carried out in the field of Tissue engineering brings together such families of science as Viability assay and Cell biology. Jos Malda interconnects Chondrogenesis, Chondrocyte, Cartilage and Extracellular matrix in the investigation of issues within Biomedical engineering.
His studies deal with areas such as Regenerative medicine, Biochemical engineering, Cell survival, Tissue formation and 3D bioprinting as well as Nanotechnology. His Biofabrication research incorporates elements of Gelatin and Mesenchymal stem cell. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cell specific, Matrix, Thermoplastic and Hyaluronic acid.
His primary areas of study are Biomedical engineering, Cartilage, Tissue engineering, Self-healing hydrogels and Biofabrication. He usually deals with Biomedical engineering and limits it to topics linked to Matrix and Cartilage repair. His study in Cartilage is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Extracellular matrix, Regeneration and Cell biology.
His Tissue engineering study combines topics in areas such as Biophysics, Regenerative medicine and Biochemical engineering. His Self-healing hydrogels research includes elements of Hyaluronic acid, Composite material, Polymer, Gelatin and Mesenchymal stem cell. His Biofabrication course of study focuses on Nanotechnology and Fabrication.
His main research concerns Biomedical engineering, Self-healing hydrogels, Cartilage, Biofabrication and Cell biology. His Biomedical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Regenerative medicine, Implant and Polycaprolactone. Jos Malda has researched Self-healing hydrogels in several fields, including SILK, Fibroin, Material properties, Gelatin and Mesenchymal stem cell.
His research in Cartilage intersects with topics in Osteoarthritis, Extracellular matrix, Regeneration and Progenitor cell. The concepts of his Biofabrication study are interwoven with issues in Neural system, Neuroscience, Central nervous system, Nanotechnology and Parkinson's disease. His studies in Scaffold integrate themes in fields like Tissue engineering, Linear elasticity and Orthotropic material.
His primary areas of investigation include Biofabrication, Self-healing hydrogels, Biomedical engineering, 3D bioprinting and Nanotechnology. The Biofabrication study combines topics in areas such as Constraint and Regeneration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chondrogenesis, Cartilage and Composite number, Composite material in addition to Self-healing hydrogels.
His Cartilage study incorporates themes from Mesenchymal stem cell, Cell biology and Hyaluronic acid. His research investigates the connection between Biomedical engineering and topics such as Polycaprolactone that intersect with problems in Ceramic and Bioceramic. His work deals with themes such as High cell and SILK, which intersect with Nanotechnology.
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25th Anniversary Article: Engineering Hydrogels for Biofabrication
Jos Malda;Jos Malda;Jetze Visser;Ferry P. Melchels;Ferry P. Melchels;Tomasz Jüngst.
Advanced Materials (2013)
Additive manufacturing of tissues and organs
Ferry P W Melchels;Ferry P W Melchels;Marco A N Domingos;Travis J Klein;Jos Malda;Jos Malda.
Progress in Polymer Science (2012)
Design of porous scaffolds for cartilage tissue engineering using a three-dimensional fiber-deposition technique.
T.B.F. Woodfield;J. Malda;J. de Wijn;F. Peters.
Gelatin-methacrylamide hydrogels as potential biomaterials for fabrication of tissue-engineered cartilage constructs.
Wouter Schuurman;Peter A. Levett;Michiel W. Pot;Michiel W. Pot;Paul René van Weeren.
Macromolecular Bioscience (2013)
Extracellular matrix scaffolds for cartilage and bone regeneration.
K.E.M. Benders;P.R. van Weeren;S.F. Badylak;Daniël B.F. Saris.
Trends in Biotechnology (2013)
Reinforcement of hydrogels using three-dimensionally printed microfibres
Jetze Visser;Ferry P W Melchels;June E Jeon;Erik M van Bussel.
Nature Communications (2015)
Gelatin-Methacryloyl Hydrogels: Towards Biofabrication-Based Tissue Repair.
Barbara J. Klotz;Debby Gawlitta;Antoine J.W.P. Rosenberg;Jos Malda.
Trends in Biotechnology (2016)
Oxygen gradients correlate with cell density and cell viability in engineered cardiac tissue
Milica Radisic;Jos Malda;Jos Malda;Eric Epping;Wenliang Geng.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2006)
Biofabrication of osteochondral tissue equivalents by printing topologically defined, cell-laden hydrogel scaffolds
Natalja E. Fedorovich;Wouter Schuurman;Hans M. Wijnberg;Henk Jan Prins.
Tissue Engineering Part C-methods (2012)
Tissue engineering of articular cartilage with biomimetic zones.
Travis J. Klein;Jos Malda;Robert L. Sah;Dietmar W. Hutmacher.
Tissue Engineering Part B-reviews (2009)
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