His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Tissue engineering, Biomedical engineering, Self-healing hydrogels and Gelatin. His work on Organ-on-a-chip, Microfluidics and Drug carrier as part of general Nanotechnology research is often related to Flexibility, thus linking different fields of science. His Tissue engineering research incorporates elements of Biomaterial and Regenerative medicine.
His study on Tissue scaffolds and Tissue engineered is often connected to Blood vessel prosthesis and Multidrug resistance-associated protein 2 as part of broader study in Biomedical engineering. He combines subjects such as Vasculogenesis, Extracellular matrix, Cell biology and Carbon nanotube with his study of Self-healing hydrogels. His Gelatin research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Viability assay and Graphene.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, Microfluidics and Self-healing hydrogels. His works in Carbon nanotube, Biosensor, Organ-on-a-chip, Dielectrophoresis and Drug delivery are all subjects of inquiry into Nanotechnology. His Organ-on-a-chip research incorporates themes from Drug development, Drug toxicity, Drug, Electrochemical biosensor and Drug discovery.
In general Drug delivery study, his work on Drug carrier often relates to the realm of On demand, thereby connecting several areas of interest. He focuses mostly in the field of Biomedical engineering, narrowing it down to topics relating to Gelatin and, in certain cases, Viability assay. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Scaffold, Extracellular matrix, Regenerative medicine and Graphene.
His primary areas of investigation include Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology, Gelatin, Organ-on-a-chip and Cancer research. His 3D bioprinting and Tissue engineering study, which is part of a larger body of work in Biomedical engineering, is frequently linked to Electric stimulation, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Self-healing hydrogels and Tactile sensor.
Mehmet R. Dokmeci has researched Self-healing hydrogels in several fields, including Methacrylate and Cell biology. His Gelatin study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Extraction, Transdermal, Wearable computer, Viability assay and Interstitial fluid. His studies deal with areas such as Drug development, Immune system, Cancer chemotherapy, Personalized medicine and Breast cancer as well as Organ-on-a-chip.
His primary scientific interests are in Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology, 3D bioprinting, Gelatin and Regenerative medicine. His study in Biomedical engineering focuses on Tissue engineering in particular. His Tissue engineering research focuses on Transdermal and how it connects with Drug delivery and Mucosal tissue.
His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stem cell, 3D printing and Manufacturing cost. The various areas that Mehmet R. Dokmeci examines in his Gelatin study include Extraction, Absorption, Biosensor, Interstitial fluid and Blood sampling. As a part of the same scientific study, Mehmet R. Dokmeci usually deals with the Bioelectronics, concentrating on Biocompatibility and frequently concerns with Self-healing hydrogels.
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25th Anniversary Article: Rational Design and Applications of Hydrogels in Regenerative Medicine
Nasim Annabi;Nasim Annabi;Ali Tamayol;Ali Tamayol;Jorge Alfredo Uquillas;Jorge Alfredo Uquillas;Mohsen Akbari;Mohsen Akbari.
Advanced Materials (2014)
Hydrogel bioprinted microchannel networks for vascularization of tissue engineering constructs
Luiz E. Bertassoni;Luiz E. Bertassoni;Luiz E. Bertassoni;Martina Cecconi;Martina Cecconi;Vijayan Manoharan;Vijayan Manoharan;Mehdi Nikkhah;Mehdi Nikkhah.
Lab on a Chip (2014)
Electrospun scaffolds for tissue engineering of vascular grafts.
Anwarul Hasan;Adnan Memic;Nasim Annabi;Nasim Annabi;Monowar Hossain.
Acta Biomaterialia (2014)
Carbon-Nanotube-Embedded Hydrogel Sheets for Engineering Cardiac Constructs and Bioactuators
Su Ryon Shin;Sung Mi Jung;Momen Zalabany;Keekyoung Kim.
ACS Nano (2013)
Carbon-based nanomaterials: multifunctional materials for biomedical engineering.
Chaenyung Cha;Su Ryon Shin;Nasim Annabi;Mehmet R. Dokmeci.
ACS Nano (2013)
Microfluidic Bioprinting of Heterogeneous 3D Tissue Constructs Using Low-Viscosity Bioink.
Cristina Colosi;Cristina Colosi;Su Ryon Shin;Su Ryon Shin;Su Ryon Shin;Vijayan Manoharan;Vijayan Manoharan;Solange Massa;Solange Massa;Solange Massa.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Direct 3D bioprinting of perfusable vascular constructs using a blend bioink.
Weitao Jia;Weitao Jia;Weitao Jia;P. Selcan Gungor-Ozkerim;P. Selcan Gungor-Ozkerim;Yu Shrike Zhang;Yu Shrike Zhang;Yu Shrike Zhang;Kan Yue;Kan Yue.
Direct-write bioprinting of cell-laden methacrylated gelatin hydrogels
Luiz E Bertassoni;Luiz E Bertassoni;Luiz E Bertassoni;Juliana C Cardoso;Juliana C Cardoso;Vijayan Manoharan;Vijayan Manoharan;Vijayan Manoharan;Ana L Cristino;Ana L Cristino.
Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Hybrid Microgels as Scaffold Materials for Cell Encapsulation
Su Ryon Shin;Hojae Bae;Jae Min Cha;Ji Young Mun.
ACS Nano (2012)
Cell and protein compatibility of parylene-C surfaces.
Tracy Y. Chang;Vikramaditya G. Yadav;Sarah De Leo;Agustin Mohedas.
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