Biomimetic materials using structures and functions of living matter define a key challenge for material research and play an increasingly important role in various innovative technologies. Biomaterials research at the IPF is performed within the Max Bergmann Centre of Biomaterials (MBC), a joint interdisciplinary initiative, co-founded in 2002 with the Institute of Materials Science of Technische Universität Dresden.
- charging and structure formation at bio-interfaces: to analyze and control ionic charge, supramolecular structure and bioadhesion
- hemocompatible interfaces: to explore blood-materials interactions and develop new strategies for anticoagulant coatings
- matrix engineering: to design and apply polymer matrices for regenerative therapies.
We are part of
- Cluster of Excellence Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD)
- DFG Collaborative Research Center ‘Cells into tissues: Stem cell and progenitor commitment and interaction during tissue formation’ (SFB 655)
- BMBF Innovation Center for Molecular Bioengineering (B CUBE)
- Dresden International Graduate School for Biomedicine and Bioengineering (DIGS BB)
Prof. Dr. Carsten Werner
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