3D Printing Technology in Nanomedicine provides an integrated and introductory look into the rapidly evolving field of nanobiotechnology. It demystifies the processes of commercialization and discusses legal and regulatory considerations. With a focus on nanoscale processes and biomedical applications, users will find this to be a comprehensive resource on how 3D printing can be utilized in a range of areas, including the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of human diseases.
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Table of Contents
1. 3D printing in medicine: Current Challenges and Potential Applications 2. Techniques and Software used in 3-D printing for Nanomedicine Applications 3. Fabrication of Biopolymer based Organs and Tissues using 3D Bio-printing 4. Polymeric Materials for 3D Bioprinting 5. 3D print technology for Cell Culturing 6. 3D bioprinting for Organ, Skin and Engineered Tissues 7. 3D printing for In vitro and In Vivo disease models 8. 4D and 5D printing: Healthcare's new edge 9. Market demands in 3D Printing Pharmaceuticals products
Nabeel Ahmad Associate Professor and Head of the School of Biotechnology, IFTM University, Moradabad, India.
Dr Nabeel Ahmad is Associate Professor & Head of the School of Biotechnology, IFTM University, Moradabad, India. His research areas are nanobiotechnology, nanosensors and bioprocess engineering.
Gopinath Packirisamy Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Associate Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India.
Dr Gopinath Packirisamy is Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Associate Professor, in the Department of Biotechnology, at the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India. His area of research is cancer nanotechnology, biomaterials, tissue engineering, nano-biosensors, and environmental nanotechnology.
Rajiv Dutta Professor, Dr. KN Modi University, Newai, Banasthali, Rajasthan, India.
Prof. Dr. Rajiv Dutta is Professor of Bioengineering at the Dr. KN Modi University, Newai, Banasthali, Rajasthan, India and QNS Chair Professor in Nanobiotechnology. He earned his M.Tech. in Biotechnology and Engineering from the Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT, Kharagpur and his Ph.D. from BITS, Pilani, India. He has been teaching Biochemical/ Bioprocess Engineering, Nanobiotechnology and Biophysics at Universities in India and abroad including an association with both Oklahoma State University and Purdue University in the USA. He has carried out advanced research in the area of Biochemical Engineering, Plant Tissue Culture, Ion channels electrophysiology, Membrane Nanopore and Nanobiotechnology. He is Fellow of the American Academy of Science & Technology (FAAST) and the International Academy of Sciences. He is an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI), the American Society for Research and holds the position of Scientific Advisor to Serra BioLife Ltd., Melbourne, Australia. He's received various awards including JCI Outstanding Ten Young Person of India and the ISBEM Dr. Ramesh Gulrajani Memorial Award 2006. He is an Editorial Advisory Board Member for the International Journal of Engineering and Editorial Board Member and Reviewer for several other journals. He has published numerous research articles in highly cited journals and holds several patents in India.