3D bioprinting and Biofabrication are inherently bound to his Tissue engineering studies. He integrates 3D bioprinting with Tissue engineering in his study. The study of Composite material is intertwined with the study of Rheology in a number of ways. His study ties his expertise on Composite material together with the subject of Rheology. His work on 3d printed expands to the thematically related Biomedical engineering. Many of his studies on 3d printed involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Biomedical engineering. His study connects Controlled release and Nanotechnology. By researching both Controlled release and Polymer, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He integrates Polymer and Nanofiber in his research.
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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)
Strategies and Molecular Design Criteria for 3D Printable Hydrogels
Tomasz Jungst;Willi Smolan;Kristin Schacht;Thomas Scheibel.
Chemical Reviews (2016)
How smart do biomaterials need to be? A translational science and clinical point of view ☆
Boris Michael Holzapfel;Johannes Christian Reichert;Jan-Thorsten Schantz;Uwe Gbureck.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2013)
Biofabrication: reappraising the definition of an evolving field
Jürgen Groll;Thomas Boland;Torsten Blunk;Jason A. Burdick.
Proposal to assess printability of bioinks for extrusion-based bioprinting and evaluation of rheological properties governing bioprintability
Naomi Paxton;Willi Smolan;Thomas Böck;Ferry Melchels.
A definition of bioinks and their distinction from biomaterial inks.
J. Groll;J. A. Burdick;D. W. Cho;B. Derby.
Degradable polyester scaffolds with controlled surface chemistry combining minimal protein adsorption with specific bioactivation
Dirk Grafahrend;Karl-Heinz Heffels;Meike V. Beer;Peter Gasteier.
Nature Materials (2011)
Additive manufacturing of scaffolds with sub-micron filaments via melt electrospinning writing
Gernot Hochleitner;Tomasz Jüngst;Toby D Brown;Kathrin Hahn.
Biofunctionalized, ultrathin coatings of cross-linked star-shaped poly(ethylene oxide) allow reversible folding of immobilized proteins.
J Groll;E V Amirgoulova;T Ameringer;C D Heyes.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Rapid uptake of gold nanorods by primary human blood phagocytes and immunomodulatory effects of surface chemistry.
Matthias Bartneck;Heidrun A. Keul;Smriti Singh;Katharina Czaja.
ACS Nano (2010)
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