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This Research Topic is associated with the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) EU Chapter 2019 meeting at Rhodes, Greece, 27-31 May. The theme of the meeting is ‘Tissue Engineering Therapies: From concept to clinical translation and commercialisation’. This Research ...

This Research Topic is associated with the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) EU Chapter 2019 meeting at Rhodes, Greece, 27-31 May. The theme of the meeting is ‘Tissue Engineering Therapies: From concept to clinical translation and commercialisation’. This Research Topic will cover all aspects of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, including tools, technologies and discoveries that will revolutionise healthcare with their therapeutic / reparative capacity. Industry and clinical translation manuscripts will critically discuss challenges and opportunities in commercialisation and clinical translation, respectively.

Keywords: Tissue engineering, biofabrication, delivery vehicles, in vitro models, organogenesis


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