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Title: C'A'T'E' Computer Aided Tissue Engineering


1
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • Presentation by David Biando, M.S.
  • R.E.T. Fellow

2
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • Contents
  • CATE
  • Objective
  • Definitions
  • Goals
  • Obstacles
  • Biandos Research Project Hypotheses
  • Modular Scaffold and Interconnectivity
  • Fibonacci Sequence
  • Procedures
  • Classroom Lessons
  • Introduction to Engineering and other
    Interdisciplinary Fields like Bioengineering.
  • Introduction to CAD modeling software.

3
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • Objectives The intention of this presentation is
    essentially meant to serve three purposes
  • Introduce CATE to you.
  • Inform you of my research.
  • Share some insight with you.

4
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • B. Definitions Tissue Engineering is an
    interdisciplinary field consisting of engineers
    working with biologists and medical scientists
    searching to replace or improve the function of
    tissues and organs, which have lost function due
    to trauma, illness, aging or congenital diseases,
    through the application of biomaterials and
    procedures that work with the natural rebuilding
    processes and technology.

5
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • C. Goals
  • Challenges of Interdisciplinary Fields
  • BioMedical Life scientists, biochemists, and
    geneticists are going to play a large part in the
    overall success of tissue engineering. We need to
    better understand the basis of life at the
    sub-molecular level in order to be successful.
    Understanding all the necessary requirements,
    environments, chemistry, and mechanisms of a cell
    is essential for all parties involved in tissue
    engineering. This may be one of our biggest
    challenges in tissue engineering.
  • Focuses Stem cell research, DNA sequence decoding

6
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • C. Goals
  • Challenges of Interdisciplinary Fields
  • BioTechnology In order to be successful
    engineers will need to improve and develop new
    technological tools specifically for the purpose
    of tissue engineering. Computer aided design
    (CAD) software programs will need to be able to
    handle complex algorithms to model and predict
    the behavior of cells under different conditions
    and work on heterogeneous structures.
  • Focuses (BioCAD)

7
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • C. Goals
  • Challenges of Interdisciplinary Fields
  • BioTechnology Non-invasive imaging systems need
    to be developed in order to obtain increased
    information about the processes and behavior of
    tissue regeneration in vivo.
  • Focuses Improved CT/MRI Imaging (mCT/mMRI),
    endoscopic or development SLS (see through)
    scaffold materials, nano-probes.

8
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • C. Goals
  • Challenges of Interdisciplinary Fields
  • BioEngineering Development of tissue scaffolds
    and development of fabrication and manufacturing
    processes.
  • Focuses Accurate biomimetic modeling, Boolean
    operations, improved computer-aided tissue
    informatics, SFF technology, smart scaffold
    design, improved 3D cell and organ printing and
    scaffold fabrication devices.

9
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • D. Obstacles
  • Challenges to Tissue Engineering
  • Biological Issues
  • DNA Decoding

10
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • D. Obstacles
  • Challenges to Tissue Engineering
  • Biological Issues
  • DNA Decoding
  • Cell Growth Control

11
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • D. Obstacles
  • Challenges to Tissue Engineering
  • Biological Issues
  • DNA Decoding
  • Cell Growth Control
  • Immune Rejection

12
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • D. Obstacles
  • Challenges to Tissue Engineering
  • Biological Issues
  • DNA Decoding
  • Cell Growth Control
  • Immune Rejection
  • Vascularization

13
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • D. Obstacles
  • Challenges to Tissue Engineering
  • Technological Issues To support and guide the
    development and growth of cells into desired
    tissues, scaffolds have to be designed that
    provide the right environment for cell
    attachment, cell growth and vascularization to
    take place.
  • Biological unknowns (as stated previously)
  • Cart before the horse
  • Non-invasive imaging systems need to be developed
  • Inadequate CAD capabilities

14
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • D. Obstacles
  • Challenges to Tissue Engineering
  • Technological Issues To support and guide the
    development and growth of cells into desired
    tissues, scaffolds have to be designed that
    provide the right environment for cell
    attachment, cell growth and vascularization to
    take place.
  • Biological unknowns (as stated previously)
  • Cart before the horse
  • Non-invasive imaging systems need to be developed
  • Inadequate CAD capabilities

15
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • CATE
  • D. Obstacles
  • Challenges to Tissue Engineering
  • 3. Ethical Issues
  • Political Climates
  • Religious Foundations
  • Fear of the Unknown
  • Frankenstein Syndrome

16
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • II. Biandos Research Project Hypotheses
  • Modular Scaffold and Interconnectivity
  • Developing a tissue scaffold that is modular in
    design and connects to other similar scaffolds by
    a interlinking system will allow for easy access
    and observation which will increase bioinfomatics
    with regards to cell livelihood, migration and
    behavior while in an invitro state.

17
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • II. Biandos Research Project Hypotheses
  • Modular Scaffold and Interconnectivity
  • Fibonacci Sequence
  • Designing a tissue scaffold that employees
    Fibonacci Sequence would be a more accurate
    biomimetic model and would allow for better cell
    formation and migration.

18
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • II. Biandos Research Project Hypotheses
  • C. Procedures
  • 1. Learn more CAD programs
  • 2. Continue to research hypotheses
  • 3. Design scaffolds employing hypotheses
  • 4. Test design types by introducing cells
    and measuring results.
  • 5. Draw conclusions

19
C.A.T.E.Computer Aided Tissue Engineering
  • III. Classroom Lessons
  • Introduction to Engineering and other
    Interdisciplinary Fields like Bioengineering.
  • Introduction to CAD modeling software.
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