ACerS Bioceramics Division
The Bioceramics Division of The American Ceramic Society is dedicated to stimulate the growth and activity of the Society, particularly in the areas of the science, engineering, and manufacturing of bioceramics, biocomposites, and biomaterials.
A rotating list of articles published in the American Ceramic Society journals of interest to division members.
Contact our 2019-2020 Bioceramics Division Officers.
Recognizing excellence in bioceramic/glass research and engineering.
View the Division’s annual reports and rules governing the division.
The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) values and seeks diverse and inclusive participation within the field of ceramic science and engineering.
ACerS strives to promote involvement and access to leadership opportunity regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, appearance, geographic location, career path or academic level.
About The Bioceramics Division
Learn how Bioceramics Division can help your research and career. Download and share the Bioceramics flyer summarizing the Division’s benefits, mission and focused meetings.
DVD Courses on Bioceramics and Bioactive Glasses
Larry Hench—the late inventor of Bioglass, professor, and entrepreneur—recorded two courses near the end of his long, exemplary career.
Taught by the late Dr. Larry Hench, the course features five lectures that discuss the ethical and technical challenges facing affordable healthcare in the 21st century with an emphasis on the evolution and clinical applications of bioactive ceramic materials. Review the four-course series.
Gain an in-depth view of the mechanisms behind this revolutionary science in this second DVD series by the late Dr. Larry Hench—leading bioglass researcher, industry expert, and thought leader. This nine-lecture short course provides detailed insight into the discovery of bioactive materials, with reviews of animal models and clinical applications. Additionally, obtain an overview of the mechanisms and technology behind bioglass bonding, toxicology and biocompatibility, with a particular emphasis on characterization strategies and how to determine the best method of quality assurance.