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14th International Conference on Tissue Science, Engineering & Regenerative Medicine, will be organized around the theme “Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering in the Digital World”

Regenerative Medicine 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Regenerative Medicine 2019

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Tissue engineering evolved from the field of biomaterials development and refers to the practice of combining scaffolds, cells, and biologically active molecules into functional tissues. The goal of tissue engineering is to assemble functional constructs that restore, maintain, or improve damaged tissues or whole organs. Artificial skin and cartilage are examples of engineered tissues that have been approved by the FDA; however, currently they have limited use in human patients. 

  • Track 1-1Track 1-1Regenerative medicine therapies
  • Track 1-2Track 1-2 Modular Tissue Engineering
  • Track 1-3Track 1-3 Tissue Remodeling
  • Track 1-4Track 1-4 Scaffold Design
  • Track 1-5Track 1-5 Tissue Printing
  • Track 1-6Track 1-6 Cell Sheet Technologies
  • Track 1-7Track 1-7 Additive Photo Cross-linking
  • Track 1-8Track 1-8 Role of Embryology

Tissue culture is a technique of scientific research during which pieces of tissue from an animal or plant are collected and transferred to artificial surroundings in which they can survive and function. The cultured tissue may consist of a single cell, a population of cells,  or a part of an organ. Cells in culture could multiply, change size, form, or function, exhibit specialized activity or interact with different cells. Tissue preservation is a process where organelles, cells, tissues, extracellular matrix, organs or any other biological constructs vulnerable to Tissue damage caused by unregulated chemical kinetics are preserved by cooling to very low temperatures.

 

  • Track 2-1Track 2-1 Continuous Cell Lines
  • Track 2-2Track 2-2 Pro embryonic Stem Cell Research
  • Track 2-3Track 2-3 In-vitro Germplasm Conservation
  • Track 2-4Track 2-4 Cryopreservation

Nanotechnologists have become involved in regenerative medicine via creation of biomaterials and nanostructures with potential clinical implications. Their aim is to develop systems that can mimic, reinforce or even create in vivo tissue repair strategies. In fact, in the last decade, important advances in the field of tissue engineering, cell therapy and cell delivery have already been achieved. In this review, we will delve into the latest. Research advances and discuss whether cell and/or tissue repair devices are a possibility. This regulation of cellular behavior by nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering is one of the examples demonstrating the significant applications of Nano engineering in biomedicine.

  • Track 3-1Track 3-1 Effects of Guided Tissue Regeneration
  • Track 3-2Track 3-2 Nano Drug Delivery Systems
  • Track 3-3Track 3-3 Nanotechnology in Regeneration of Complex Tissues
  • Track 3-4Track 3-4 Molecular Nanotechnology- Medical Applications

Regenerative medicine is the process of creating living, functional tissues to repair or replace tissue or organ function lost due to age, disease, damage, or congenital defects. This field holds the promise of regenerating damaged tissues and organs in the body by stimulating previously irreparable organs to heal themselves. Regenerative medicine also empowers scientists to grow tissues and organs in the laboratory and safely implant them when the body cannot heal itself. Importantly, regenerative medicine has the potential to solve the problem of the shortage of organs available through donation compared to the number of patients that require life-saving organ transplantation.

  • Track 4-1Track 4-1 Cellular Engineering
  • Track 4-2Track 4-2 Nuclear Reprogramming
  • Track 4-3Track 4-3 Progenitor Cell Injection
  • Track 4-4Track 4-4 Invitro Grown Organ Transplantation
  • Track 4-5Track 4-5 Genetic Engineering
  • Track 4-6Track 4-6 Functional Restoration

Regenerative medicine is the translational research deals with the process of replacing, re- engineering, regenerating or restoring human cells, tissues or organs in order to regain normal functionality of cell and it is the combination of   tissue engineering, molecular biology, genetics, biomedical engineering and genetic engineering. The  method includes discovery of potential stem or progenitor cell in vitro protocols for isolating, expanding  and priming those cells in order  to facilitate their massive propagation into the  required type of precursor cell ;  Discovery of  biogenic factors or compounds which has probability to affect stem/progenitor cells  which may encourage reactive cell genesis, survival, selected differentiation of cells and restoration of system movement and effects in other related disorders;  Establishment of the best  models of human disease and injury in order to perform Clinical trials for testing new regenerative medicine therapeutics.

  • Track 5-1Track 5-1 Anti-Inflammatory Effect
  • Track 5-2Track 5-2 Endothelial Progenitor Cell
  • Track 5-3Track 5-3 Tissue Remodeling
  • Track 5-4Track 5-4 Apoptosis Inhibition
  • Track 5-5Track 5-5 Cell Differentiation

Cell therapy and Gene therapy are interrelated biomedical research with the effects of repairing   genetic diseases direct cause in the DNA or cellular population. These powerful strategies are also being noticed on specific genes and cell sub-populations modulation in acquired diseases in order to re-establish the normal equilibrium condition of cell. In many rare chronic diseases, gene and cell therapy are combined in the development of promising therapies in promoting better life. Cell and gene therapy provide reagents, concepts, and techniques that are elucidating the accurate points of gene regulation, stem cell lineage, cell-cell interactions, feedback loops, cell line development, amplification loops, regenerative capacity, and remodeling of tissue. Cell therapy in which intact living cellular material is injected into a host body and it is mediated by five primary mechanisms:  providing an anti-inflammatory effect,  endothelial progenitor cells homing for necessary tissue growth, enhancing tissue remodeling over scar formation, inhibiting apoptosis programmable cell death or necrosis and differentiating tissues into specialized tissue.

  • Track 6-1Track 6-1 Directed Cell Differentiation
  • Track 6-2Track 6-2 Somatic Cell Gene Therapy (SCGT)
  • Track 6-3Track 6-3 Human Embryonic Stem Cells
  • Track 6-4Track 6-4 Neural Stem Cell Therapy
  • Track 6-5Track 6-5 Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy
  • Track 6-6Track 6-6 Alternative Medicine

Biomedical engineering is the application of engineering principles in designing techniques and technology to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes. This field link the gap between engineering and medicine, combining the design and problem solving skills of engineering with medical and biological sciences to advance health care treatment, including diagnosis, monitoring, and therapeutics. The field transitions from being an interdisciplinary specialization among already-established fields enhance the impact of health care. Biomedical techniques on tissue science and regenerative medicine are computer modeling, Tissue Mechanics, Bio patterning technology, Bio-inspired computing to promote tissue regeneration.

  • Track 7-1Track 7-1 Computational Modeling
  • Track 7-2Track 7-2 Tissue Mechanics
  • Track 7-3Track 7-3 Bio patterning Technology
  • Track 7-4Track 7-4 Bio Fabrication of Scaffolds
  • Track 7-5Track 7-5 Bio-inspired Computing
  • Track 7-6Track 7-6 Cryopreservation
  • Track 7-7Track 7-7 Vitrification

The major application of biomaterials is to create artificial organs using biological materials for patients that need organ transplants. Biomedical engineers are currently researching methods of creating such organs with blood compatibility, biocompatibility, reduced toxicity and no localized tissue response to the implant. Biomaterials is a term used to indicate materials such as metals, polymers and ceramics that constitute parts of medical implants, extracorporeal devices and medical disposables which has inherent potential to regenerate the damaged tissues.

  • Track 8-1Track 8-1 Wound Healing Process
  • Track 8-2Track 8-2 Body Response to Implants
  • Track 8-3Track 8-3 Tissue Remodeling

The fields of Tissue Engineering and 3D-Bioprinting are important for ultimately realizing the full potential of regenerative medicine.  The potential to "3D-print" tissues and organs is gaining extensive interest and this conference brings together the academic as well as industry stakeholders in these expanding fields. From a technology/methodology perspective, this conference addresses Tissue Engineering as well as Bio fabrication and Bio printing as we explore the latest developments in this field.  Indeed, the field of Synthetic Biology currently with many ramifications and application areas is an important component of the broader Bio fabrication space and therefore an entire conference track is devoted to this expanding field. There will be a session focusing on the Clinical Translation of Tissue Engineering as means to provide a Current State of the Landscape and Trajectory for the Future. Posters from delegates are welcomed as a means to disseminate the most up-to-date research and commercial applications which complement the presentations from the leaders in these fields. A co-located exhibition brings forth the technologies and commercial products in the Tissue Engineering, 3D-Bioprinting and Bio fabrication fields and features companies large and small.

  • Track 9-1Track 9-1 3D Printing for Life science
  • Track 9-2Track 9-2 Material consideration for 3D printing in Tissue Engineering
  • Track 9-3Track 9-3 Importance of 3D Bio printing

This interdisciplinary engineering that has attracted a lot of attention as a brand new therapeutic implies that might overcome the drawbacks involved in the current artificial organs and organ transplantation that have been also aiming at replacing lost or severely damaged tissues or organs. Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine is an exciting research area that aims at regenerative alternatives to harvested tissues for organ transplantation with soft tissues. Though significant progress has been created within the tissue engineering field, several challenges remain and any development in this area would require on-going interactions and collaborations among the scientists from multiple disciplines, and in partnership with the regulatory and therefore the funding agencies. Because of the medical and market potential, there's important academic and corporate interest during this technology.

  • Track 10-1Track 10-1 Cell Types Selection
  • Track 10-2Track 10-2 Scaffold Creation
  • Track 10-3Track 10-3 Quality Assurance
  • Track 10-4Track 10-4 Functionality Testing

Tissue engineering of musculoskeletal tissues, notably bone and cartilage, may be a rapidly advancing field. In bone, technology has focused on bone graft substitute materials and also the development of biodegradable scaffolds. Recently, tissue engineering strategies have included cell and gene therapy. The availability of growth factors and the expanding knowledge base concerning the genetics and regulation of bone formation have generated new materials for tissue engineering applications. This information base also has benefited cartilage tissue engineering. The problems are more complex, however, and the solutions appear more elusive. Advances in scaffold design and cell culture have improved the prognosis for success.

  • Track 11-1Track 11-1 Principles of Bone and Cartilage Reconstruction
  • Track 11-2Track 11-2 Cartilage Repair
  • Track 11-3Track 11-3 Scaffolds Designing

Regeneration is that the progression of renewal, regeneration, and growth that makes it cells, organ regeneration to natural changes or events that cause damage or disturbance. This study is carried out as craniofacial tissue engineering, in-situ tissue regeneration, adipose-derived stem cells for tissue science which is also a breakthrough in cell culture technology. The study isn't stopped with the regeneration of tissue wherever it is further carried out in relation with cell signaling, morphogenetic proteins. Most of the neurological disorders occurred accidentally having a scope of recovery by replacement or repair of intervertebral discs repair, spinal fusion and plenty of more advancement.

  • Track 12-1Track 12-1 Tissue Remodeling
  • Track 12-2Track 12-2 Effects of guided Tissue Regeneration
  • Track 12-3Track 12-3 Advancements in biomedical and tissue engineering techniques
  • Track 12-4Track 12-4 Translational Diagnostics
  • Track 12-5Track 12-5 Tissue Regeneration using Nanotechnology
  • Track 12-6Track 12-6 Epigenetic

Materials designed at the molecular and supramolecular scales to interact with cells, biomolecules, and pharmaceuticals will profoundly affect advances focusing on technologies targeting the regeneration of body parts. Materials science is a great accomplice to stem cell biology, genomics, and proteomics in crafting the scaffolds that will effectively induce tissue Regeneration lost to trauma, disease, or genetic defects. The repair of humans should be minimally invasive, and thus the best scaffolds would be liquids modified to create materials inside our bodies. In this regard, self-assembling materials will play a key role in future technologies. The design of biomaterials, which possess properties desired for their particular application, and the development of superior Tissue implant environments, that seeks to meet the nutritional needs of the tissue has promising tissue engineering prototype.

  • Track 13-1Track 13-1 Bio Mineralization
  • Track 13-2Track 13-2 Macrophage Polarization
  • Track 13-3Track 13-3 Naturally Derived Biomaterials
  • Track 13-4Track 13-4 Applications of Biomaterials

Organ printing is characterized as a layer-by-layer, additive, robotic, and computer-aided bio fabrication of functional three-dimensional organ constructs using self-assembling tissue spheroids according to a digital model. Information technology enables design blueprints for bio printing of human organs as well as predictive computer simulation of both printing and post printing processes. The bio printing process can be custom-made to deliver in a variety of formats, from micro-scale tissues contained in standard multi-well tissue culture plates, to larger structures suitable for placement onto bioreactors for biomechanical conditioning to use. 3D bio printing is used for the generation and transplantation of several tissues, multilayered skin, bone, vascular grafts, tracheal splints, heart tissue and cartilaginous structures. Different applications incorporate high-throughput 3D-bioprinted tissue models for research, drug discovery and toxicology.

  • Track 14-1Track 14-1 Organ printing
  • Track 14-2Track 14-2 3D Printed Organ Transplants
  • Track 14-3Track 14-3 3D Bio printing Tissues & Organs
  • Track 14-4Track 14-4 Computer-aided design
  • Track 14-5Track 14-5 Computer simulation Modeling

Stem cells have the exceptional potential to develop into many different cell types within the body throughout early life and growth. In addition to that, in several tissues they function a sort of internal repair system, dividing essentially without limit to refill different cells as long as the person or animal remains alive. Once a stem cell divides itself, and then each new cell has the potential either to stay as a stem cell or become another type of cell with an improved specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a nerve cell. Stem cells come from 2 main sources: embryonic stem cells, Embryos formed during the blastocyst phase of embryological development and adult stem cells. Both types are typically characterized by their efficiency, or potential to completely differentiate into different cell type.

  • Track 15-1Track 15-1 Stem Cell Therapy
  • Track 15-2Track 15-2 Bio banks for Pluripotent Stem Cells
  • Track 15-3Track 15-3 Stem Cell Apoptosis and Signal Transduction
  • Track 15-4Track 15-4 Stem Cell Nano-Technology
  • Track 15-5Track 15-5 Fetal stem cell Banking
  • Track 15-6Track 15-6 Application of stem cell

Tissue engineering is emerging as a vibrant industry with a huge potential market includes genetic, biotechnology, cell and gene therapy market. Applications based on the biomaterials, scaffolds, artificial organs, and differentiating cells combined to create a tissue engineering product address significant medical needs, such as major tissue and organ damage or failure and help to renew or restore the functionality of organ. The major application of tissue engineering is found to be bio banking, treatment against rare and common diseases.

  • Track 16-1Track 16-1 Bio Banking
  • Track 16-2Track 16-2 Cardiac Tissue Engineering
  • Track 16-3Track 16-3 Cartilage Tissue Engineering
  • Track 16-4Track 16-4 Bone Tissue Engineering
  • Track 16-5Track 16-5 Vascular Tissue Engineering
  • Track 16-6Track 16-5 Vascular Tissue Engineering
  • Track 16-7Track 16-6 Pancreas Tissue Engineering