Institute for Biological Interfaces of Engineering

Institute for Biological Interfaces of Engineering

IBIOE Welcomes New Faculty Member, Dr. Renee Cottle

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Dr. Guigen Zhang named IBIOE Director

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IBIOE Welcomes New Faculty Member, Dr. Will Richardson

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Dr. Zhang Elected the President-Elect of the Institute of Biological Engineering

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The IBIOE mission is to develop, study, and translate tissue test systems in order to understand, treat, and prevent the disease process.  Three dimensional tissue test systems are built in a laboratory setting, using cells and plastic “scaffolds” to construct particular aspects of living tissue.  Tissue systems may built and “personalized” using cells from an individual; hence, the potential is to develop vaccines and therapies that are specific to that individual.  These 3D tissue models provide additional information for a clinician or a scientist that cannot be gleaned from traditional 2D cell culture systems.

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The Call Me Doctor® Fellows Program partners underrepresented IBIOE engineering/science doctoral fellows with education scholars at Clemson University.

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Singapogu

Dr. Ravikiran "Joseph" Singapogu is an IBIOE researcher whose interests include; haptics, simulated tisses, and surgical simulation.

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The IBIOE needs the support of private donors to maintain the center on the cutting edge of medical training and research in the short- and long-term.

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IBIOE Learning Module

Learning Module

Learn about tissue engineering and how composite structures are transforming medicine. The IBIOE Learning Module also includes a fun interactive learning center covering biomedical concepts and its applications.

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