Peter Dubruel focuses on Self-healing hydrogels, Tissue engineering, Nanotechnology, Gelatin and Dielectric barrier discharge. His study on Self-healing hydrogels is covered under Polymer chemistry. His Tissue engineering study is related to the wider topic of Biomedical engineering.
Specifically, his work in Nanotechnology is concerned with the study of Biomaterial. His Gelatin research incorporates themes from Reagent, Size-exclusion chromatography, Photopolymer, Methacrylamide and Chemical engineering. His research on Dielectric barrier discharge also deals with topics like
Peter Dubruel mainly investigates Nanotechnology, Gelatin, Self-healing hydrogels, Biomedical engineering and Chemical engineering. His Nanotechnology research focuses on subjects like Polymer, which are linked to Polyester. Peter Dubruel interconnects Tissue engineering, Scaffold, Biocompatibility, Biomaterial and Methacrylamide in the investigation of issues within Gelatin.
The Self-healing hydrogels study combines topics in areas such as Calcium, Biophysics, Extracellular matrix, Swelling and Alkaline phosphatase. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coating, Polymer chemistry and Polymerization in addition to Chemical engineering. His Surface modification study combines topics in areas such as Adhesion, Contact angle and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
His primary scientific interests are in Gelatin, Self-healing hydrogels, Biomedical engineering, Chemical engineering and Polymer. Peter Dubruel has researched Gelatin in several fields, including Scaffold, Biocompatibility, Biomaterial, Methacrylamide and Extracellular matrix. His Self-healing hydrogels study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tissue engineering, Biofabrication, Swelling and Mesenchymal stem cell.
His Tissue engineering research includes elements of Chitosan and Corneal endothelium. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Polyester, Optical fiber, Cladding and Nanotechnology. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Nanotechnology and High resolution through his works.
His main research concerns Gelatin, Self-healing hydrogels, Tissue engineering, Biomedical engineering and Biocompatibility. His work carried out in the field of Gelatin brings together such families of science as Surface modification, Polymerization, Scaffold, Adipose tissue and Swelling. Peter Dubruel combines subjects such as Chondrogenesis, Cartilage, Nanotechnology, Biophysics and 3D bioprinting with his study of Self-healing hydrogels.
Peter Dubruel combines Nanotechnology and Biocompatible material in his studies. His work deals with themes such as Type I collagen, Methacrylamide and Chemical engineering, which intersect with Tissue engineering. His research in Biocompatibility focuses on subjects like Polymer, which are connected to Dispersion, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Optical fiber and Attenuation coefficient.
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Biopolymer-based hydrogels as scaffolds for tissue engineering applications: a review
S. Van Vlierberghe;P. Dubruel;E. Schacht.
A review of trends and limitations in hydrogel-rapid prototyping for tissue engineering.
Thomas Billiet;Mieke Vandenhaute;Jorg Schelfhout;Sandra Van Vlierberghe.
The 3D printing of gelatin methacrylamide cell-laden tissue-engineered constructs with high cell viability
Thomas Billiet;Elien Gevaert;Thomas De Schryver;Maria Cornelissen.
Nonthermal Plasma Technology as a Versatile Strategy for Polymeric Biomaterials Surface Modification: A Review
Tim Desmet;Rino Morent;Nathalie De Geyter;Christophe Leys.
Cationic polymers and their therapeutic potential
Sangram Keshari Samal;Mamoni Dash;Sandra Van Vlierberghe;David L. Kaplan.
Chemical Society Reviews (2012)
Plasma Surface Modification of Biodegradable Polymers: A Review
Rino Morent;Nathalie De Geyter;Tim Desmet;Peter Dubruel.
Plasma Processes and Polymers (2011)
Self-healing cementitious materials by the combination of microfibres and superabsorbent polymers
Didier Snoeck;Kim Van Tittelboom;Stijn Steuperaert;Peter Dubruel.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (2014)
Recent advances in recognition elements of food and environmental biosensors: a review
Bieke Van Dorst;Jaytry Mehta;Karen Bekaert;Elsa Rouah-Martin.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2010)
Laser fabrication of three-dimensional CAD scaffolds from photosensitive gelatin for applications in tissue engineering.
Aleksandr Ovsianikov;Andrea Deiwick;Sandra Van Vlierberghe;Peter Dubruel.
Porous gelatin hydrogels: 1. Cryogenic formation and structure analysis.
Sandra Van Vlierberghe;Veerle Cnudde;Peter Dubruel;Bert Masschaele.
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