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Launch of our Newly Updated Website 0 comments

by Kyla Sask
The CBS Board of Directors Communications Committee is excited to announce that our website has an updated look...

GOLD 2022 Webinars (Biomedical applications of gold, October 6, 2021) 0 comments

by Neda Latifi
GOLD 2022 Webinars Webinar 8 Biomedical applications of gold in vivo applications and technologies, injectable nanoparticles and pharmacology Cancer nanomedicine Overcoming the challenges in current radiotherapy using gold nanoparticles Dr...

Annual General Meeting - Call for Nominations and Proposals 0 comments

by Thomas Willett
Hello friends, This email concerns a nominations for positions on the Board of Directors, and b proposals to host our 2023 annual meeting...

CBS-ASC Biomaterials Panel Discussion against COVID-19 0 comments

by Zhenwei Ma
The CBS-ASC would like to invite you to our first CBS-ASC Biomaterials Panel Discussion against COVID-19 that will be held on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 11 am MDT via zoom...

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Alginate-Gelatin-Matrigel Hydrogels Enable the Development and Multigenerational Passaging of Patient-Derived 3D Bioprinted Cancer Spheroid Models comments

by Salvador Flores-Torres
Hydrogels consisting of controlled fractions of alginate, gelatin, and Matrigel enable the development of patient-derived bioprinted tissue models that support cancer spheroid growth and expansion...

Intravital longitudinal imaging of peri-implant endosseous wound healing reveals the role of nanosurfaces in regulating neovascular morphogenesis in vivo comments

by Niloufar Khosravi
Nanosurfaces have improved the clinical success rate of implants by increasing the rate at which osseointegration is achieved...

HIF-1α Expression and Oxidative Damage in RAW264.7 Murine Macrophages Exposed to Cobalt and Chromium Ions comments

by Zeina Salloum
Metal by-products, including metal ions, released in greater amount from metal-on-metal MM hip implants than from metal-on-polyethylene implants are a cause for concern as they can compromise the functionality and survivorship of the implants due to adverse tissue reactions 1, 2 ...

Bioprinting Neural Tissue comments

by Stephanie Willerth Michaela Thomas
Neurodegenerative disease, stroke, and traumatic brain injury cause neuron death in the central nervous system, resulting in decreased motor, sensory, and or processing capability 1 ...

Externally-mediated pulsatile release from injectable, magnetic hydrogel nanocomposites comments

by Todd Hoare Scott Campbell
Smart , polymeric biomaterials that respond to specific stimuli have been extensively studied as potential therapeutic release agents in recent years...


Active Job Postings

  • Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Functional Polymeric Biomaterials
  • Grad Student Positions at McMaster - Biomaterials and Biointerfaces
  • 2 PhD/MSc students in bioconjugate chemistry applied to protein/peptide therapeutics
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow - liquid scaffold development for microbe-mammlain co-culture

Recent Member Projects

  • Sabrine MESSAOUDI: A modular platform for rapidly optimizing the structure of bispecific antibodies using DNA nanotechnology
  • Tatiana Lyalina: PhD candidate
  • Xiaoyi Lan: Bioprinting of Mechanically Robust Engineered Human Nasal Cartilage
  • Hossein Golzar: Developing uv-curable silicone based bioink for tissue engineering application

Recent Member Publications

  • Sabrine MESSAOUDI: Progress toward absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination, and toxicity of DNA nanostructures
  • Thomas Willett: A linear systems model of the hydrothermal isometric tension test for assessing collagenous tissue quality
  • Thomas Willett: mSLA-based 3D printing of acrylated epoxidized soy
  • Corinne Hoesli: Accessible dynamic micropatterns in monolayer cultures via modified desktop xurography
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