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Innovations in Biomedical Materials 2012

Innovations in Biomedical Materials 2012

Final Program

Innovations in Biomedical Materials 2012 brings together the materials research, manufacturing and medical communities to explore technological advancements, facilitate product innovations, and identify potential new applications. Plenary speakers for Biomaterials 2012 include Dr. Riad Salem, Northwestern University , presenting Radioembolization with Yttrium 90 Microspheres; Larry Hench, University of Florida, presenting Bioactive Glasses: New Approaches for Tissue Repair, Regeneration and Prevention; Delbert Day, Mo-Sci Corp. and Missouri University of Science and Technology, presenting Radioactive Glass Microspheres for Medical Applications; Dr. Hyun Bae, Cedars-Sinai Hospital, presenting Biomaterials in the Treatment of Spinal Ailments: Present and Future; and Alan J. Russell, Carnegie Mellon University, presenting Bio Inspired Materials for Health and Defense. Download the Final Program list for more information then use the Itinerary Planner to build your conference schedule.

Who Should Attend
The meeting emphasizes collaboration between R&D, medical
practitioners, and biomedical materials manufacturers/marketers to
better develop emerging technologies into marketable products. If you work in the research or business side of the biomedical materials field, then you must attend Biomaterials 2012.

  • Scientists and engineers working on the research and development of new materials, products and processes for medical applications
  • Manufacturers and marketers working to put these technological advancements into practice by developing effective products, devices, and treatments
  • Doctors, nurses and other medical practitioners looking to help shape product and processes that will enable them to treat patients more effectively

Online registration is closed. Please register for the meeting on site.

On or Before
Aug. 10, 2012
Aug. 10, 2012
ACerS or ASM Member $595 $745
Nonmember $715 $865
ACerS Emeritus/Senior Member $495 $645
Material Advantage Student Member $155 $230
Student: Not in Material Advantage $190 $265

Registration includes Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday receptions, two lunches, and breaks.

Unique Opportunity
  • Connect with biomaterial researchers, medical practitioners, and manufacturers throughout the world.
  • Expand knowledge of new scientific developments in key application areas.
  • Network with your peers and share your perspective on new technological developments.
  • Gain insight for product development and marketing.
  • Learn about the latest results in research and development.
  • Share your needs and desires in products with materials manufacturers in order to improve R&D of next generation biomaterials.
  • Investigate the latest product and services of more than 20 exhibitors.
Technical Tracks
  • Uses of Bioactive Glass in New Treatments
  • Blood Vessel and Nerve Guides
  • 3-D Scaffolds for Tissue Regeneration
  • Malleable Bone Void Fillers
  • Wound and Burn Treatment
  • Composites
  • Sensors
  • Surface Treatments and Coating of Titanium Implants
  • Biomedical Imaging
  • Radiation Treatment
  • Hemostasis and Blood Loss Control
  • Commercialization of Biomedical Implants and Devices
Steven Jung, PhD
Director, New Product Development; Senior Research Engineer
Mo-Sci Corporation
Roger Narayan, MD, PhD
Professor, Biomedical Engineering
University of North Carolina and NC State University