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ROKIT Bioprinting Journal Club
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Our team of Bioprinting experts will introduce how the technology is transforming your field of interest in a 30-minute webinar at a time convenient for your group.

As seen on high impact factor scientific journals:
Impact Factor

42.778


Advances in Biochemical Engineering / Biotechnology
Impact Factor

19.880


Biomaterials
Impact Factor

10.250

Impact Factor

8.758


Bioprinting
Impact Factor

5.880

Impact Factor

4.970

About Bioprinting

4D bioprinting has emerged as a core tool for building tissue and organ structures and promoting the scale-up of regenerative medicine manufacturing technologies. Most recently, it was the cover of May 2019 issue of Science Magazine and was selected as the “Topic of the Month” of December 2020 by MEDICA, the world’s largest medical trade fair forum for medical technology, life sciences equipment, diagnostics and pharmaceuticals.

Join ROKIT Journal Club

Do you want to see what difference the bioprinting technology is already making in your field of professions? Do you want to get a broader understanding of bioprinting? ROKIT Healthcare’s Journal Club is a great place to start. At each Journal Club, we will discuss recently published research articles in the context of today’s science and healthcare megatrends. ROKIT will answer questions at the end that are relevant to a specific research scenario that matters to you.

The Journal Club is open to:

Researchers in academia and industry

Healthcare practitioners

Undergraduate and graduate students

Our Journal Club

Whether or not you have prior experience with bioprinting, join to learn about how to make the best use of the technology by studying others’
experimental design, research methods, comparative studies to traditional research technologies, and actual data.

Bioprinting for neuronal tissue

University of California, San Francisco Weill Institute for Neurosciences, Memory and Aging Center

2021. 01. 22. 14:00 PM (PST)

Bioprinting for cornea stromal tissue

Cleveland Clinic, Cole Eye Institute

2020. 11. 20. 09:00 AM (EST)

Bioprinting for cancer models

Case Western University & Penn State University

2020. 11. 16. 11:00 AM (EST)

Bioprinting for heart muscle and cardiovascular systems

Stanford University, Cardiovascular Institute

2020. 11. 11. 17:00 PM (PST)

Bioprinting for skin regeneration

University of California, Irvine

2020. 11. 09. 16:00 PM (PST)

Bioprinting for skin model systems

University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Dermatology

2020. 11. 09. 09:00 AM (CST)

Bioprinting for basic and translational research applications

University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford

2020. 11. 06. 09:00 AM (CST)

Bioprinting for 3D tissue and organ systems

University of Illinois-Chicago Bioengineering

2020. 10. 30. 10:00 AM (CST)

References

“Bioprinting is a novel approach that can overcome the limitations of conventional tissue regeneration by enabling controlled manufacturing of both cellular and extracellular components of a target tissue and with the hope to creat a functional organ. The presentation by Rokit Healthcare and its partners were for sure intuitive in showing the great potential behind this amazing technology.”

Tolou Shokuhfar, Associate Professor

Director, In situ Nanomedicine Lab
Department of Bioengineering
University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)

“The journal club was an excellent introduction to 3D bioprinting and its potential applications relevant to corneal transplantation surgery. It provides an avenue for generation of corneal equivalents that could be used in the future for cornea transplants in humans.”

Steven E. Wilson, M.D.

Professor of Ophthalmology
Director of Corneal Research
Cole Eye Institute/Cleveland Clinic