Our Bioprinting short course will introduce you to the fundamentals of extrusion and light-based bioprinting, enabling you to comprehend their potential applications in creating tissue models that mimic the native cellular environment.
Provide sufficient knowledge on how to choose and use bioinks for a variety of tissues and organs
Support researchers with no previous experience in 3D bioprinting
Expand your knowledge around bioinks, hydrogels and 3D bioprinters for both in-vitro and in-vivo applications in a transdisciplinary manner.
More info: https://open-prod.uts.edu.au/uts-open/study-area/health/bioprinting-short-course/