Speaking at the International Spinal Research Trust (London, UK) in 2019, Kobi Koffler, Assistant Professor at the University of California San Diego (CA, USA) describes the challenges of regenerating neurons after injury and the potential that 3D printing may hold.
In this exclusive RegMedNet interview, Kobi Koffler (also known as Jacob Koffler), Assistant Professor at the University of California San Diego (CA, USA), sits down and discusses his research into repairing spinal cord injuries with a biomimetic 3D printed scaffold.
Following on from his International Spinal Research Trust presentation and recent publication, he talks with us about the challenges of regenerating neurons after injury and the amazing potential that 3D printing may hold.
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