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Nanofiber Composites for Biomedical Applications

  • ID: 3833327
  • Book
  • January 2017
  • Region: Global
  • 564 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Nanofiber Composite Materials for Biomedical Applications presents new developments and recent advances in nanofiber-reinforced composite materials and their use in biomedical applications, including biomaterial developments, drug delivery, tissue engineering, and regenerative medicine.

Unlike more conventional titles on composite materials, this book covers the most innovative new developments in nanofiber-based composites, including polymers, ceramics, and metals, with particular emphasis on their preparation and characterization methodology.

Selected case studies illustrate new developments in clinical and preclinical use, making the information critical for the development of new medical materials and systems for use in human health care, and for the exploration of new design spaces based on these nanofibers. This book is essential reading for those working in biomedical science and engineering, materials science, nanoscience, biomedical nanotechnology, and biotechnology.

  • Covers innovative new developments in nanofiber composites, including polymers, ceramics, and metals with particular emphasis on their preparation and characterization methodology
  • Deals with biomedical applications, including biomaterials developments, drug delivery, tissue engineering, and regenerative medicine
  • Presents selected case studies on nanofiber composite materials in both clinical and preclinical use
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Part I: Introduction to nanofiber composites 1. Introduction to nanofiber composites

Part II: Classification of nanofiber composites 2. Ceramic nanofiber composites 3. Polymer nanofiber composites 4. Metallic nanofiber composites

Part III: Properties of nanofiber composites 5. Physicochemical characterization of nanofiber composite 6. Mechanical characterization of nanofiber composites 7. Biological characterization of nanofiber composites

Part IV: Biomedical applications of nanofiber composites 8. Nanofiber composites in drug delivery 9. Nanofiber composites in biomolecular delivery 10. Nanofiber composites in gene delivery 11. Nanofiber composites in skin tissue engineering 12. Nanofiber composites in bone tissue engineering 13. Nanofiber composites in cartilage tissue engineering 14. Nanofiber composites in tendon tissue engineering 15. Nanofiber composites in skeletal muscle tissue engineering 16. Nanofiber composites in neural tissue engineering 17. Nanofiber composites in cardiac tissue engineering 18. Nanofiber composites in vascular tissue engineering 19. Nanofiber composites in blood vessel tissue engineering 20. Clinical/preclinical aspects of nanofiber composites

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Ramalingam, Murugan
Murugan Ramalingam, PhD, FNS, FIoN, FRSC is Professor at the Centre for Stem Cell Research (a unit of the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine-Bengaluru), Christian Medical College Campus, India. Concurrently he is Adjunct Professor at the Tohoku University, Japan. Prior to joining the CSCR, he worked as Associate Professor of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering at the Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale, Faculté de Chirurgie Dentaire, Université de Strasbourg (France) and at the WPI Advanced Institute for Materials Research (Japan) as Assistant Professor. He has also worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), under the U.S. National Academies Associateship program. He received his Ph.D. in Biomaterials from the University of Madras. He has also undergone training in Ethical and Policy issues on Stem Cells from Harvard University (USA), and in Operations Management from the University of Illinois-Chicago (USA). His current research interests are focused on the development of multiphase biomedical materials, through conventional to nanotechnology to biomimetic approaches, microfabrication, cell patterning, stem cell differentiation, tissue engineering and drug delivery. He is the author of over 275 publications, including peer-reviewed journal papers, conference proceedings, book chapters, authored books, edited books, and patents relevant to biomaterials, stem cells, and tissue engineering. His current h-index is 30 with ~6500 citations. He also serves as a board member of several international scientific and research committees in various public and private bodies and grant reviewer of various international funding agencies. He serves on the editorial boards of multiple biomaterials, stem cells and tissue engineering-related journals, including as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, the Journal of Bionanoscience and the Stem Cell Research and Therapy. He is a recipient of several prestigious fellowships and awards, including CSIR Fellowship (India), SMF Fellowship (Singapore), NRC National Academies Fellowship (USA), Nationale Professeur des Universités (France), Fellow of Institute of Nanotechnology (UK) and Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry (UK).
Ramakrishna, Seeram
Professor Seeram Ramakrishna, FREng is the Director of the Center for Nanofibres and Nanotechnology at the National University of Singapore (NUS), which is ranked among the top 20 universities in the world. He is regarded as the modern father of electrospinning. He received PhD from the University of Cambridge, UK, and The General Management Training from the Harvard University, USA. He is an elected Fellow of UK Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng); Singapore Academy of Engineering; Indian National Academy of Engineering; and ASEAN Academy of Engineering & Technology. He is an elected Fellow of International Union of Societies of Biomaterials Science and Engineering (FBSE); Institution of Engineers Singapore; ISTE, India; Institution of Mechanical Engineers and Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining, UK; and American Association of the Advancement of Science; ASM International; American Society for Mechanical Engineers; American Institute for Medical & Biological Engineering, USA. He is an editor of Elsevier Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering.
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