Treating osteroporosis with 3D bioprinted iPSC-derived cartilage: an interview with Stina Simonnson

In this interview, Stina Simonsson discusses her research into treating bone-related diseases such as osteoporosis with 3D bioprinting.

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Mar 24, 2017
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In this interview, filmed exclusively at Translational Opportunities in Stem Cell Research (Basel, Switzerland), Stina Simonsson discusses her research into treating bone-related diseases such as osteoporosis with 3D bioprinted induced pluripotent stem cells and stem cells grown on 3D printed scaffolds.


Stina works in the Anders Lindahl Research Group at the Institute for Biomedicine at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital.

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