A common application of biomaterials is the use for cell substrates. This could be for bioreactors as well as for degradable scaffolds used in tissue engineering. These substrates require certain structures and defined micro- and macro-porosity to enable cell adhesion and cell proliferation. Coming from the tailored fiber placement the idea evolved to process biocompatible and biodegradable thread material by embroidery technology to obtain two-dimensional textile constructs.
- AIF-ZUTECH "Development of a simulation-aided technologie for a stress-adapted, fiber-based implant with locally adjusted and graduated stiffness" LoVarMEDDFG:
- DFG "Tissue engineering of the anterior cruciate ligament based on resorbable, embroidered structures"
- SAB ''Reconstruction of extensive cranial bone defects by using threedimensional textile scaffolds"
- SAB ''Implants with integrated drug delivery''
- BMBF ''Novel conception for tissue engineering of long bones''
Dr.-Ing. Annette Breier