Conductive nanocomposites as additives in 3D-biofabricated tissues

As part of a project at the SNI PhD School, Fabian Züger, Anna Marsano, Martino Poggio, and Maurizio Gullo have published a review paper on nanocomposites for tissue engineering. They summarize in Advanced NanoBioMed Research how conductive nanocomposites are currently used for the preparation of printable, electrophysiological tissues.

In his PhD project, Fabian Züger focuses on mimicking the cellular composition of the heart using 3-dimensional bioprinting.

Original article in Advanced NanoBioMed Research:
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/anbr.202100108