Advancing the Field of Skin Tissue Engineering

Publication authors
Sarah Lee

This publication highlights the work of the Network for Skin Engineering and Modeling (NSEM) in advancing the field of skin tissue engineering. NSEM is a collaborative effort between researchers, clinicians, and industry partners aimed at developing innovative techniques for creating functional skin substitutes for clinical use. The publication includes a review of current skin tissue engineering methods, as well as a description of NSEM's approach, which incorporates advanced biomaterials, 3D printing, and stem cell technology. The article also discusses NSEM's ongoing projects, including the development of a full-thickness skin model for wound healing applications. Overall, the publication underscores the importance of NSEM's work in improving the lives of patients with skin injuries and disorders.

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