His primary scientific interests are in Biomedical engineering, Scaffold, Tissue engineering, Calcium and Biophysics. The various areas that Michael Gelinsky examines in his Biomedical engineering study include Extracellular matrix, Mesenchymal stem cell, Drug delivery and Regeneration. His Scaffold study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Compressive strength, Composite material, Polyurethane and Nanotechnology.
His studies in Tissue engineering integrate themes in fields like Biocompatibility, Chlorophyll content, Bone tissue and Nanomedicine. His Calcium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bone cement, Biochemistry, Phosphate, Strontium and Osteocalcin. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nanoparticle, Metallurgy, Self-healing hydrogels and Cytotoxicity in addition to Biophysics.
Michael Gelinsky mostly deals with Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, Scaffold, Mesenchymal stem cell and Cell biology. His research in Biomedical engineering tackles topics such as Extracellular matrix which are related to areas like Biophysics. His Tissue engineering research incorporates themes from Regenerative medicine, Calcium, Biomaterial, Nanotechnology and Chemical engineering.
His Scaffold research incorporates elements of Compressive strength, Composite material and Drug delivery. The concepts of his Cell biology study are interwoven with issues in Stromal cell, Osteoclast, In vitro, Angiogenesis and Bone remodeling. His work carried out in the field of Bone regeneration brings together such families of science as Biocompatibility and Anatomy.
His primary areas of study are Cell biology, Biomedical engineering, Tissue engineering, Mesenchymal stem cell and 3D bioprinting. His work deals with themes such as Osteoclast, Osteocyte, Osteocalcin, Cell type and Bone remodeling, which intersect with Cell biology. His Bone tissue study in the realm of Biomedical engineering interacts with subjects such as Vibration.
Michael Gelinsky has included themes like Regenerative medicine, Biomaterial, Nanotechnology, Scaffold and Chitin in his Tissue engineering study. His studies deal with areas such as In vitro, Microstructure and Drug delivery as well as Biomaterial. His Mesenchymal stem cell study incorporates themes from Cell, Angiogenesis, Calcium phosphate cement, Bone regeneration and Bone marrow.
Michael Gelinsky mainly investigates Biomaterial, Bone tissue, 3D bioprinting, Biomedical engineering and Tissue engineering. Michael Gelinsky interconnects Bioactive glass, Microstructure and Drug delivery in the investigation of issues within Biomaterial. His Bone tissue research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ex vivo, In vivo, Stromal cell and Mesenchymal stem cell, Cell biology.
His Biomedical engineering research integrates issues from Cell, Glucose stimulation, Insulin, Glucagon and Pancreatic islets. His Tissue engineering research includes themes of Cell sheet and Nanotechnology. In his research on the topic of Nanotechnology, Self-healing hydrogels is strongly related with Stereolithography.
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Functionally graded materials for biomedical applications
W Pompe;H Worch;M Epple;W Friess.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2003)
Three-dimensional printing of hierarchical and tough mesoporous bioactive glass scaffolds with a controllable pore architecture, excellent mechanical strength and mineralization ability
Chengtie Wu;Yongxiang Luo;Gianaurelio Cuniberti;Gianaurelio Cuniberti;Yin Xiao.
Acta Biomaterialia (2011)
A definition of bioinks and their distinction from biomaterial inks.
J. Groll;J. A. Burdick;D. W. Cho;B. Derby.
3D printing of hydrogels: Rational design strategies and emerging biomedical applications
Jinhua Li;Chengtie Wu;Paul K. Chu;Michael Gelinsky.
Materials Science & Engineering R-reports (2020)
3D-printing of highly uniform CaSiO3 ceramic scaffolds: preparation, characterization and in vivo osteogenesis
Chengtie Wu;Wei Fan;Yinghong Zhou;Yongxiang Luo.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2012)
Development of a clay based bioink for 3D cell printing for skeletal application.
T. Ahlfeld;Gianluca Cidonio;D. Kilian;S. Duin.
Three-dimensional plotting of a cell-laden alginate/methylcellulose blend: towards biofabrication of tissue engineering constructs with clinically relevant dimensions.
Kathleen Schütz;Anna-Maria Placht;Birgit Paul;Sophie Brüggemeier.
Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (2017)
Porous three-dimensional scaffolds made of mineralised collagen: Preparation and properties of a biomimetic nanocomposite material for tissue engineering of bone
M. Gelinsky;P. B. Welzel;P. Simon;A. Bernhardt.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2008)
Low temperature additive manufacturing of three dimensional scaffolds for bone-tissue engineering applications: Processing related challenges and property assessment
Alok Kumar;Sourav Mandal;Srimanta Barui;Ramakrishna Vasireddi.
Materials Science & Engineering R-reports (2016)
Multifunctional magnetic mesoporous bioactive glass scaffolds with a hierarchical pore structure.
Chengtie Wu;Wei Fan;Yufang Zhu;Michael Gelinsky.
Acta Biomaterialia (2011)
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