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Session 2: Glass in Healthcare (TC04)

 

Bioactive glasses have been used for bone regeneration since the 1980’s, but recent years have seen a growing interest in applications in a wider field, including wound healing, dental remineralization or targeted delivery of therapeutic ions. This session addresses biomedical glasses composed of silicate, borate, and phosphate compositions, melt-derived, so-gel and mesoporous glasses, as well as preparation of three-dimensional architectures such as scaffolds, particles and fibers, including nanomaterials, coatings and composites.

 

Topics to be covered include but are not limited to: Compositional design of glasses for biomedical applications; Characterization and modeling of structure and properties; Interactions of glasses with the biological environment; Applications in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering; Glasses and glass-ceramics in dentistry; Hybrids and nanoparticles for therapeutic use; and Commercialization and manufacturing of bioactive glass products.

 

 

Session Organizers

 

Julian Jones, Imperial College London, UK, julian.r.jones@imperial.ac.uk

 

Delia Brauer, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany, delia.brauer@uni-jena.de

 

Qiang Fu, Corning Incorporated, USA, fuq2@corning.com


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