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 science, is a versatile field which aims at the research and development of biological surrogate that restore, maintain or improve the function of tissues in the body. Tissue science emerged from the field of biomaterials development and introduces the practice of merging scaffolds, cells and biologically active molecules into functional tissues. The ultimate aim of tissue science is to bring together the functional constructs that restore,maintain or improve damaged tissues or organs. Hence the tissue science connects the researchers, scientists, biomedical engineers, physicians and surgeons to progress new techniques to tissue repair and replacement.
- Track 1-1Biomedicine
- Track 1-2Bone Tissue Engineering
- Track 1-3Cardiac Tissue Engineering
- Track 1-4Cartilage Tissue Engineering
- Track 1-5Drug Discovery
- Track 1-6Tissue Vascularization
Regenerative medicine is a wide field that involves tissue engineering but also consolidates research on self-healing. Regenerative medicine field is to re-establish the structure and function of damaged tissues and organs that have been damaged during the disease or injury.The terms “Tissue Engineering”and “Regenerative Medicine”have became mostly interchangeable,as the field desires to focus on cure for complex, often chronic diseases.
- Track 2-1Stem Cells
- Track 2-2Molecular Biology
- Track 2-3Regeneration by Instrument
- Track 2-4Regeneration with Materials
- Track 2-5Regeneration by 3D Printing
- Track 2-6Regeneration with Drugs
Regenerative rehabilitation is the consolidation of regenerative biology with approaches for physical medicine. Regenerative rehabilitation brings together the principles and approaches of Rehabilitation and Regenerative medicine for progressing the novel and efficient techniques to promote the renovation of function through tissue regulation and repair. Regenerative medicine and rehabilitation together can play a major role in patient treatment and care plans.
- Track 3-1Rehabilitation Medicine
- Track 3-2Cell Biology
- Track 3-3Mechanobiology
- Track 3-4Stem Cell Therapy
- Track 3-5Mechanotherapy
Scaffolds is a structure of artificial or natural materials on which tissue is grown to mimic a biological process outside the body or to replace a disease or damaged tissue inside the body. Scaffolds are one of the three most important essentials constituting the basic concepts of regenerative medicine. Day-to-day thousands of surgical procedures are done to replace or repair tissue that has been damaged through disease or trauma. The evolving field of tissue engineering aims to regenerate the damaged tissues by combining cells from the body with highly porous scaffold biomaterials. Scaffolds acts a template for tissue regeneration, to guide the growth of new tissue.
- Track 4-1Three-Dimensional Scaffolds
- Track 4-2Biodegradable Scaffolds
- Track 4-3Naturally Derived Scaffolds
- Track 4-4Alternative Biopolymer Scaffolds
- Track 4-5Porous Scaffold
- Track 4-6Hydrogel Scaffold
- Track 4-7Fibrous Scaffold
- Track 4-8Microsphere Scaffold
- Track 4-9Polymer-Bioceramic Composite Scaffold
- Track 4-10Acellular Scaffold
Biomaterials is a matter, surface or construct that interacts with biological systems. This Biomaterials can be obtained from nature or synthesized in the laboratory.Medical devices made of biomaterials are often used to change or increase a natural function. Biomaterials have reformed the territories like bioengineering and tissue designing for the advancement of novel methodologies to battle perilous infections. Now-a-days Biomaterials play a major role as the drug delivery vehicles for pharmaceuticals and biomolecules.
- Track 5-1Materials Science
- Track 5-2Natural Biomaterials
- Track 5-3Synthetic Biomaterials
- Track 5-4Surface-Modified Biomaterials
- Track 5-5Patterned Biomaterials
- Track 5-6Biomimetic Materials
Biosensors is a device that uses biological materials such as DNA, enzymes and antibodies to detect specific biological, chemical or physical processes in the body. Biosensors play a major role in all aspects of health care such as prevention, diagnosis, disease monitoring and treatment monitoring. For example, Thermometers, paper-based home pregnancy tests etc.,Recent advances in technology, engineering and tissue science have opened the door for increasingly sophisticated biosensors to be used in medical research. Ultimate goal of biosensors is to provide point-of-care testing facility to the remote areas worldwide, particularly the developing countries.
- Track 6-1Nanosensors
- Track 6-2Cell Analysis
- Track 6-3Microsystems
- Track 6-4Enzyme Biosensor
- Track 6-5Skin-Mountable Biosensors
Biomarkers is a characteristic that is equitably studied and assessed as an index of normal biological processes, pathogenic processes or pharmacological responses to a therapeutic mediation. In the hands of clinical investigators, biomarkers contribute a active and powerful path for understanding the spectrum of diseases. Biomarkers have the additional potential to analyse the particular disease of the individuals.Latest scientific developments have implemented the inspection of many feasible biomarkers and improved the interest in developing new biomarkers.
- Track 7-1Medicine
- Track 7-2Cell Biology
- Track 7-3Traumatic Brain Injury Biomarker
- Track 7-4Ecotoxicology
Bioartificial organs are made up of biological material or synthetic materials based on requirement and localized response of material with tissues. Bioartificial organs are implanted in natural or synthetic scaffolds to facilitate them to achieve complicated biochemical functions. Future research in this field of bioartificial organs development will lead to an desertion of the trial-and-error implant optimization approach and a switch to the rational production of precisely formulated nanobiological devices.
- Track 8-1Bioartificial Liver
- Track 8-2Xenotransplantation
- Track 8-3Artificial Limbs
- Track 8-4Microchips
Bioprinting is a synthesizing process where biomaterials such as cells and growth factors are connected to create tissue-like structures that act-like natural tissues. Bioprinting together with tissue engineering are very important for ultimately realizing the full potential of regenerative medicine.The bio printing procedure 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. Recent researches in the bioprinting field provides the 3D bioprinting technique which is used for the generation and transplantation of several tissues, multi-layered skin, bone, vascular grafts, tracheal splints, heart tissue and cartilaginous structures.Different operations of bioprinting incorporate high-throughput 3D-bioprinted tissue models for research, drug discovery and toxicology.
- Track 9-1Biomimicry
- Track 9-2Autonomous Self-Assembly
- Track 9-3Mini-Tissue
- Track 9-4Magnetic 3D Bioprinting
- Track 9-5Electrospray and Spinning
Wound healing is the major health care issue. The non-healing wounds occur once the amount of oxygen in and across the wound drops below a specific stage and your body's natural cure system and ability to battle infection emerge as typically impaired. Especially in the diabetic patients the wounds cannot be cured easily. To overcome this tissue engineering plays a major role in the development of tissue-engineered skin substitutes to promote the healing of the cutaneous wounds. Tissue-engineered skin substitutes by tissue engineering research has depend upon the production of three-dimensional scaffolds as extracellular matrix (ECM). Recent researches have been done on a variety of scaffolds, which have been fabricated based on materials ranging from naturally occurring ones to those manufactured synthetically.
- Track 10-1Hemostatis
- Track 10-2Inflammation
- Track 10-3Proliferation
- Track 10-4Maturation
- Track 10-5Diabetic Wound Healing
Regeneration is the process of re-growth of lost tissues or organs in response to injury. In Regeneration, specialized tissues are replaced by the proliferation of nearby undamaged specialized cells.To save the damaged tissues and improve functional organ mass, huge efforts have been made in the developing field of regenerative medicine. This efforts engages the scientific research in the understanding of the molecular mechanisms through which the regenerative potential of stem cells may be unfolded into a clinical application. Stem cells have the capability to differentiate into a wide range of adult cells and the discovery and isolation of them paved the way to new hopes in the regenerative field.
- Track 11-1Tissue Regeneration Therapeutics
- Track 11-2Tissue Remodelling
- Track 11-3Regeneration of Complex Tissues
- Track 11-4Bioartificial Tissues
The Tissue Chip for Drug Screening program focus to establish bioengineered devices to improve the activity of predicting whether drugs will be safe or toxic in humans.Tissue chip devices are constructed as models of the structure and function of human organs, such as the lungs, liver and heart. Once established and consolidated, researchers can use these models to forecast whether a candidate drug, vaccine or biologic agent is safe or toxic in humans in a faster and more effective way than current methods.
- Track 12-1Bio-Chips
- Track 12-2Microfabrication
- Track 12-3Microelectronics
- Track 12-4Microfluidics
Skin tissue engineering is one of the recent organ systems in which regenerative medicine approaches can be applied, generally in situations when autologous skin grafting is inadequate or not available.Recent research in skin tissue engineering aims on the fusion of complex three-dimensional (3D) polymer scaffolds containing functional biomolecules to which cells are introduced, leading to scaffold/skin constructs for regeneration.
- Track 13-1Complex 3D Polymer Scaffolds
- Track 13-2Scarless Skin Regeneration
- Track 13-3Stem Cells for Skin Tissue Engineering
- Track 13-4Morphogenetic Signaling
Anti-aging Medicine is used to reshape, redefine and restructuring the face of medicine. Anti-aging medicine is highly based on the improvement of tools, technology, operating principles and transformations in healthcare that can detect, treat, and prevent diseases related to aging. Recent research on this field says that stem cells plays a major role in the process of anti-aging. With the help of the stem cell therapy techniques, regenerative medicine can help us to accomplish the aging process through hormone replacements, PRP therapy and stem cell treatment for anti-aging.
- Track 14-1Skin-Aging and Hair Loss
- Track 14-2Anti-Aging Treatment
- Track 14-3Stem Cells in Anti-Aging Medicine
- Track 14-4Aging and Transcriptional Fingerprints
Medical implants are devices or tissues that are implanted inside or on the surface of the body to restore damaged parts. These also include prosthetics which means artificial body parts. Implants are made from tissues, bones and skin. Some implants are fabricated using metals and alloys.This implants can be incorporated permanently or may be removed after certain time. Surgical implants have some risks like allergy, swelling or other immunological problems.more research have been carried out to reduce the risk.
- Track 15-1Sensory and Neurological Implants
- Track 15-2Cardiovascular Implants
- Track 15-3Orthopedic Implants
- Track 15-4Electrical Implants
- Track 15-5Contraception Implants
Gene therapy is the process of introduction or alteration of genetic material within a cell or organism with an intention of curing the disease. There are some genes that code for bio-signal molecules to generate the proliferation and differentiation of cells. This genes are supposed to play an important role in tissue engineering and induce tissue regeneration.Various diseases have been successfully resolved using gene therapy.
- Track 16-1Clinical Genetics
- Track 16-2Molecular Genetics
- Track 16-3Therapeutic Gene Modulation
- Track 16-4Gene Therapy for Muscle and Connective Tissue Diseases
Nanotechnology has wide applications in the field of tissue science and regenerative medicine and it is increasing day by day. Nanostructures can imitate tissue-specific bio environments by modelling constructs with specific biochemical, mechanical and electrical properties. Nanotechnology can be used to fabricate biocompatible scaffolds at the nanoscale and it would control the release of biological factors, to regulate cell behaviour and finally leads to the creation of functional tissues.
- Track 17-1Nanoengineering
- Track 17-2Nanotechnology in Regeneration of Complex Tissue
- Track 17-3Nano Drug Delivery Systems
- Track 17-4Nanofabricated Scaffolds
- Track 17-5Nanomedicines
As every research should have a ethical base, tissue engineering too stands on some code of ethics. As it involves the use of body parts of living species, there are some ethical regulations that bind the researchers to think before making a leap.. Likewise there are some legal restriction on the research and application of tissue engineering. These ethical, legal and social indications of tissue science must be distinguished as they will form the base for the consequent success of this engineering.
- Track 18-1Human Research Ethics
- Track 18-2Animal Research Ethics
- Track 18-3Translational Research Ethics
- Track 18-4Research ethics in the Lab