Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Tissue Engineering is a scientific field centered on the improvement of Tissue and organ substitutes by controlling natural, biophysical and additional biomechanical parameters . It includes the utilization of a Scaffold for the arrangement of new viable tissue for a medicinal reason. These frameworks empower the In-vitro investigation of human physiology and physiopathology, while giving an arrangement of biomedical instruments with potential materialness in toxicology, medicinal gadgets, tissue substitution, repair and Regenerative Medicine. Generally tissue designing is nearly connected with applications that repair or supplant parts of or entire tissues that requires certain mechanical and basic properties for appropriate working in Tissue Science.

  • Track 1-1Modular Tissue Engineering
  • Track 1-2Tissue Remodeling
  • Track 1-3Scaffold Design
  • Track 1-4Tissue Printing
  • Track 1-5Cell Sheet Technologies
  • Track 1-6Additive Photo Cross-linking

Regeneration is the Survival of any living life form fundamentally relying upon its capacity to repair and recover harmed tissues or potential organs amid its lifetime following damage, illness, or maturing. Different creature models from spineless creatures to vertebrates have been utilized to research the sub-atomic and Tissue science cell systems of wound Healing and tissue recovery. This will shape the system for recognizing novel clinical medicines that will enhance the mending andregenerative limit of people. The Regeneration process involves Cell Proliferation where most of the neurological disorders occurred accidentally has a scope of recovery by replacement or repair of intervertebral discs repairspinal fusion and plenty of more advancements.

  • Track 2-1Tissue Biomarkers
  • Track 2-2Cellular & Molecular mechanisms
  • Track 2-3Translational Diagnostics
  • Track 2-4Connective Tissue Deposition
  • Track 2-5Advancements in Biomedical & Tissue Engineering Techniques

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

The Current Combination of emerging Nanotechnology into Tissue biology and biomedicine has brought about a scope of innovative Nano engineering efforts for the repair and regeneration of tissues and organs. Approaches to deal with biomedical applications in Nano Emgineering that can contribute to address present issue of personal and global health care and its economic burden for more than 7 billion people. Biomimetic. Nano patterns alone can direct the differentiation of stem cells without involvement of exogenous soluble biochemical factors. This regulation of cellular behaviour by nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering is one of  the example demonstrating the significant applications of Nano engineering in biomedicine.

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

Soft tissue implants evolves engineering with the execution of an embedded device relies on both the materials utilized and the design of the implant. This prerequisite of in-vivo perception speaks to one of the significant issues in the choice of fitting materials for use in the human body. Despite the fact that one may have a perfect material and design, the real execution likewise significantly relies upon the expertise of the specialists and the earlier state of patients. The clinical application of different grafts depends on the amount of tissue required, the indication and the personal preference of the treating surgeon. One of the main challenges is to volumetrically evaluate and analyse the efficacy and stability of soft tissue auto grafts and their substitutes.

  • Track 5-1Soft Tissue Augmentation
  • Track 5-2Composite Graft Replacement
  • Track 5-3Cardiovascular Replacement Surgery
  • Track 5-4Imaging techniques in Tissue Transplants

Tissue engineered skin substitutes for wound healing have evolved vastly and New advances have been made towards developing skin substitutes made up of artificial and natural materials.Engineered skin substitutes are developed from acellular materials or can be synthesized fromautologousallograftxenogeneic, or synthetic sources. Each of these engineered skin substituteshas their advantages and disadvantages. Skin is continually experiencing reestablishment and has the limit with regards to repair of wounds, which are subject to the numerous sorts of undeveloped cells in the skin. Designed skin substitutes have a basic therapeutics application to patients with broad consume wounds. Advances in Stem cell biology and skin morphogenesis hold guarantee for the capacity to notably enhance the engineering of skin substitutes that would be indistinguishable from typical skin.

  • Track 6-1Morphogenetic signaling
  • Track 6-2Stem Cells for Skin Tissue Engineering
  • Track 6-3Scarless Skin Regeneration
  • Track 6-4Cellular Approaches to Tissue Engineering
  • Track 6-5Cellular Approaches to Tissue Engineering
  • Track 6-6Nano topography-Guided Tissue Engineering

The Nano fiber scaffolds have been used widely in engineering soft orthopedic tissues like meniscus,tendons and ligaments, and intervertebral discs. The large surface area with the structural similarities , extracellular matrix components, the ability to deliver bioactive signals, the flexibility of using broad range of polymers, and the cost-effective method of fabrication makes Nano fibers a suitable scaffold for tissue engineeringNano fiber scaffolds play a major role in cell Signallingalignment, extracellular matrix orientation, and thereby in imparting mechanical integrity to theregenerating tissue.        

  • Track 7-1 Tendon Repair
  • Track 7-2Mechanical stimulation of scaffolds
  • Track 7-3Novel Scaffold for Tendon
  • Track 7-4Electrospun Nano Fibers

Stem cell transplantation alluded to as bone marrow transplant, is a system that replaces undesirable blood-forming cells with unhealthy cells and also used to treat some genetic diseasesthat involve the blood. The basis for stem cell transplantation is that blood cells (red cells, white cells and platelets) and immune cells arise from the stem cells, which are present in marrow, peripheral blood and cord blood. Intense chemotherapy or radiation therapy kills the patient's stem cells. This stops the stem cells from making enough blood and immune cells. A stem cell transplantaims to try and cure some types of blood cancer such as leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. It is also called a peripheral blood stem cell transplant. Analysts keep on improving undifferentiated cell transplantation techniques, making them a possibility for more patients.

  • Track 8-1Organ Generation using Stem Cells
  • Track 8-2Stem Cell Banking
  • Track 8-3Embryonic Stem cells
  • Track 8-4Hematopoietic Transplantation
  • Track 8-5Stem cell Bioethics
  • Track 8-6 New Technologies in Stem Cell Transplantation

Regenerative medicine is the process towards making living, useful tissues to repair or supplant tissue or organ work lost because of age, infection, harm or intrinsic imperfections. It incorporates the infusion of undifferentiated cells or ancestor cells the enlistment of recovery by organically dynamic particles, and transplantation of in vitro developed organs and tissues. The tools used to realize these outcomes are tissue engineeringcellular therapies, and medical devices and artificial organs. It offers the potential to impact a wide spectrum of healthcare issuesfrom diabetes tocardiovascular disease.

  • Track 9-1Organ Regeneration
  • Track 9-2Cellular Therapies
  • Track 9-3Periodontal Surgery
  • Track 9-4Decellularization Techniques in Stem cells
  • Track 9-5Artificial Organ - Advanced Developments

Gene therapy is currently only being tested for diseases that have no other cures. In future, this technique may allow doctors to treat a disorder by inserting a gene into a patient’s cells instead of using drugs or surgery. Cells, tissue, or even individual, when germ-line cell treatment ends up noticeably accessible adjusted by gene therapy are thought to be transgenic or hereditarily changed. Quality treatment could in the end focus on the redress of hereditary deserts, take out harmful cells, anticipate cardiovascular infections, square neurological issue, and even take out irresistible pathogens.

  • Track 10-1Therapeutic Gene Modulation
  • Track 10-2In- vivo & Ex- vivo Gene Transfer
  • Track 10-3Gene Therapy Risks
  • Track 10-4Cell Therapy Products
  • Track 10-5Germ Line Cell Therapy
  • Track 10-6Cellular Therapy Applications

Cells designed to deliver medications to uncommonly hardened tissues for example, those frequently discovered encompassing propelled tumors could give another approach to target diseased cells and diminish the symptoms of chemotherapy. The extracellular network that encompasses tumors has a tendency to be especially unbending, a condition thought to advance the spread of malignancies in Cancer Therapy. The protein changes over an inert compound into a dynamic growth sedate. The extracellular network that encompasses tumors has a tendency to be especially unbending, a condition thought to advance the spread of Cancer.

  • Track 11-1Non- Surgical & Surgical therapies
  • Track 11-2Chemo &Radiation Therapy
  • Track 11-3Cancer Immunotherapy
  • Track 11-4Cancer Nanotechnology
  • Track 11-5Therapeutic Nanomaterials

Tissue engineering evolved from the field of biomaterials development combining scaffolds, cells, and active molecules into functional tissues. Stem Cell treatment can be seen as a promising choice in two distinctive ways. It can be viewed as a promising option in two different ways. The first is as a “support” mechanism, in which stem cells are exploited to promote complete tissue repair and avoid detrimental fibrosis. The other is the “replace” option, in which stem cells differentiate and substitute for damaged cells, providing an alternative to organ transplantation. Artificial skin and cartilage are examples of built tissues that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

  • Track 12-1Organogenesis
  • Track 12-2Organ Bio- Engineering
  • Track 12-3Regeneration by 3D Printing
  • Track 12-4Regeneration with Drugs & Biomaterial
  • Track 12-5Bioartificial Organ Tissue Engineering

Regenerative rehabilitation combines the principles and approaches from rehabilitation andregenerative medicine for developing innovative and effective methods to promote the restoration of function through Tissue Regeneration and repair. Regenerative medicine and rehabilitationtogether can contribute in several ways in patient treatment and care plans.

  • Track 13-1Pediatric Rehabilitation
  • Track 13-2Neurorehabilitation
  • Track 13-3Mesenchymal Stem Cells
  • Track 13-4Stem Cell Regenerative Therapy

Tooth regeneration is a field of regenerative medicine procedure within the field of tissue engineering and stem cell biology to exchange damaged or lost teeth by re-growing them from autologous stem cellsDental stem cells and cell-activating cytokines are thought to be candidate approach for tooth tissue regeneration as results of they have the potential to differentiate into tooth tissues in vitro and in vivo. Whole tooth replacement therapy is taken into consideration to be an attractive idea for next generation regenerative therapy as a type of bioengineered organ replacement.

  • Track 14-1Dental & Non-Dental Stem Cells
  • Track 14-2Revascularization
  • Track 14-3Gene Transfer Method
  • Track 14-4Tooth Regeneration

Bone regeneration is a complex physiological process of bone formation, which is seen during the Convention of fracture healing, involved in continuous Bone remodelling in an adult life. Though there are intricate complex clinical conditions in which bone regeneration is required in large quantity, such as for skeletal reconstruction of large bone defects created by trauma, infection,Tumor resection and skeletal abnormalities, or cases in which the regeneration process is compromised, including avascular necrosis, atrophic non-unions and osteoporosis. Currently, there are different strategies to augment the impaired or insufficient bone-regeneration process, including the 'gold standard' autologous bone graft, free fibula vascularized graft, allograft implantationosteoconductive scaffoldsosteoprogenitor cells and distraction osteogenesis.

  • Track 15-1Bone Tissue Engineering
  • Track 15-2Bone Scaffolds
  • Track 15-3Bone Grafting
  • Track 15-4Mechanical Stimulation- Bone Regeneration

Translational medication changes Scientific Inventions emerging from research facility, clinical or populace examines into new clinical devices and applications that enhance human wellbeing by diminishing disease incidence, Morbidity and mortality. Translational medication connects over the revelation, advancement, control, and usage range. It incorporates utilization of research discoveries from qualities, proteins, cells, tissues, organs, and creatures, to clinical research in quiet populaces, all went for upgrading and anticipating results in particular patients. In clinical pharmacology, the concentrate of translational research is on the revelation, advancement, control and utilization of pharmacologic specialists to enhance clinical result, and advise ideal utilization oftherapeutics in patients. Translational research encourages the multidirectional coordination of essential research, tolerant arranged research, and populace based research, with the point of enhancing the wellbeing of people in the field of Tissue science.

  • Track 16-1Clinical & Translational Medicine
  • Track 16-2Biomarker Development
  • Track 16-3Targeted Clinical Trials
  • Track 16-4Novel Discoveries - Biological Sciences

Materials designed at the molecular and supramolecular scales to interact with cells, biomolecules, and pharmaceuticals will profoundly affect advances focusing on technologies targeting theregeneration of body parts. Materials science is a great accomplice to stem cell biologygenomics, 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 17-1Bio Mineralization
  • Track 17-2Macrophage Polarization
  • Track 17-3Naturally Derived Biomaterials
  • Track 17-4Applications 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 spheroidsaccording 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 bioprinting 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 18-1Organ printing
  • Track 18-23D Printed Organ Transplants
  • Track 18-33D Bio printing Tissues & Organs
  • Track 18-4Computer-aided design
  • Track 18-5Computer simulation Modeling