1. Introducing biomaterials for tissue repair and regeneration
2. Regulatory landscape of nanostructured biomaterials for tissue regeneration
3. Nanostructured biomaterials for regenerative medicine: Clinical perspectives
4. Nanostructured biomaterials with antimicrobial activity for tissue engineering
Part One - Polymers and composites
5. Molecularly imprinted polymers for selective recognition in regenerative medicine
6. Polysaccharide-based hybrid materials for molecular release applications
7. Patterned nanocomposites generated via electric/magnetic fields for hierarchical tissue regeneration
Part Two - Ceramics
8. Nanostructured calcium phosphates for hard tissue engineering and nanomedicine
9. Silicate-based nanoceramics in regenerative medicine
10. Bioactive glass-ceramics: From macro to nano
11. Inorganic nanoparticle-based biomaterials for regenerative medicine
Part Three - Metals
12. Surface topographies on the micro and nanoscale of metal alloys for tissue regeneration
13. Fast and effective osseointegration of dental, spinal, and orthopedic implants through tailored chemistry of inorganic surfaces
14. Micro and nano-needles as innovative approach in nanomedicine
15. Metal nanoscale systems functionalized with organic compounds
Nanostructured Biomaterials for Regenerative Medicine focuses on the definition of new trends for the design of biomaterials for biomedical applications. It includes the ex novo synthesis as well as technological strategies to manipulate them into appropriate two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) forms, in order to impart all the main physical, chemical, structural and biological properties requested to achieve desired clinical efficacy. This book aims at offering a concise overview of innovative platforms based on nanostructured biomaterials as a function of their chemical nature - established by a consolidated material classification i.e., polymer, ceramics and metals. For each class, emerging bioinspired systems with rapid expansion in the biomedical research area and fabricated via new enabling technologies will be proposed for the use in tissue repair/regeneration and nanomedicine.
This book is an essential resource for researchers, academics and professionals interested in the potential of nanostructured biomaterials for regenerative medicine.
- Classifies materials into three classes for comprehensive discussion
- Discusses design techniques to create innovative nanostructured biomaterials
- Looks at enabling technologies and strategies for emerging applications
Materials scientists and biomedical engineers
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- 1st September 2019
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Vincenzo Guarino is Research Scientist at Institute of Polymers, Composite and Biomaterials of the Italian National Research Council since January 2006. He is Scientific Responsible of the Electrospinning and Microscopy labs at IPCB UOS Napoli/Portici (2014-today) and Scientific Co-Responsible of Lamest (Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopy labs) at IPCB Pozzuoli since 2016. Currently, he is scientific responsible of the project 3DNeuroglia, financially supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR)(2018-2020), PI for the Italy in the CNR/NRC bilateral cooperation (2018-2019) and Scientific Responsible of research activities with leader R&D companies (Procter & Gamble, Dompè Pharmaceuticals). He is also supervisor/co-supervisor of PhD students co-founded by INCIPIT H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie project (Grant n. 665403). His main research interests include polymer and composite biomaterials for scaffold design, electro-fluid-dynamic technologies (i.e, electrospinning, electrospraying, electro dynamic atomization) for the fabrication of micro/nanofibres, particles and micro-nanostructured coatings/interfaces for biomedical applications (i.e., tissue engineering, drug delivery, nanomedicine). To date, he is author/co-author of over 100 indexed publications, 22 chapters in International books, 2 patents and over 200 contributions to international/national conferences.
Researcher, Institute of Polymers, Composite and Biomaterials (IPCB), National Research Council (CNR), Napoli, Italy
Michele Iafisco is a researcher at Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics (ISTEC) of the National Research Council (CNR) in Faenza (RA), Italy since 2013. He graduated in Chemistry in 2005 from the Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna. From the same university he obtained the Ph.D. degree in Chemical Science in April 2009. His research interests include biomaterials, biomineralization, nanomedicine, calcium phosphates and bioceramics. He has authored more than 90 papers in international peer-reviewed journals, 15 book chapters and 6 patents. He is member of the editorial boards of several international journals and expert evaluator for the European Commission and for other European research agencies. In 2015 he was recipient of the prize “Ricercatamente 2014” for the best research activity of most promising young researcher “under 35” at the National Research Council of Italy in the field “Chemical Sciences and Materials Technology" and of the IUPAC-2015 Young Chemist Travel Award. From 01/01/2016, he is scientific responsible of the Research Line on “Nanostructured materials for dental and maxillofacial applications” of the ISTEC-CNR.
Researcher, Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics (ISTEC), National Research Council (CNR), Faenza (RA), Italy.
Prof. S. Spriano is Associate Professor at the Applied Sciences and Technology Department of Politecnico di Torino (DISAT – POLITO). She has 20 years experience in metallic materials and biomaterials, in particular her research activities cover: surface modification and characterization of metallic alloys for biomedical applications, functionalization of biomaterials with natural biomolecules, bioactivity, shape memory and pseudo-elastic alloys, antibacterial and anti-fouling surfaces, surfaces with enhanced osteointegration ability, surface for guided soft tissues generation, low friction composite materials with graphene/nano-graphite and coatings for materials for high wear and/or fretting resistance.
Associate Professor, Department of Applied Science and Technology (DISAT), Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy