Bioreactor Growth Environments for Tissue Engineering Training Course (BioTE)

Wednesday 14, Thursday 15 and Friday 16 November 2018

At Keele University Sustainability Hub, Home Farm,  Keele, Staffordshire ST5 5AA

Course Organised by Professor Nicholas Forsyth and Dr Karina Wright from the Institute for Science & Technology in Medicine, Keele University

This 3-day interactive training course is targeted at industry and academia at postgraduate level, with the aim to provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of the use of Bioreactors in Tissue Engineering. The course focuses on bioreactors and growth environments for tissue engineering, covering bone, cartilage and connective tissue engineering.

This workshop will include:

  • BIOREACTOR DESIGN FOR CONNECTIVE TISSUES
  • BIOREACTOR DESIGN FOR VASCULAR AND NEURONAL TISSUES
  • QA/GROWING CELLS FOR CLINICAL DELIVERY
  • BUILDING ON-LINE MONITORING INTO BIOREACTORS
  • PRACTICAL SESSIONS-DESIGN A BIOREACTOR/ PARAMETER OPTIMISATION
Additional workshop features:

  • HANDS ON EXPERIENCE IN PRACTICAL BREAK-OUT SESSIONS
  • DIRECT INTERACTION WITH OPINION LEADERS IN THE FIELD
  • INDUSTRIAL AND ACADEMIC DEMONSTRATION OF BIOREACTORS