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WSCS & PLW 2019 – Tissue Engineered Structures Require Complex Manipulation

In this video, recorded at the World Stem Cell Summit 2019, Julie Allickson, PhD, discusses past and current research conducted at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine’s Regenerative Medicine Clinical Center. Among the studies mentioned are engineering vaginal and bladder tissues, personalized tissue replacement solutions for wounded soldiers, and a recent Phase I clinical trial observing muscle progenitor cells in stress urinary incontinence. Dr. Allickson also mentions the excitement around 3D bioprinters and their potential to brighten the future of regenerative medicine applications.

Julie Allickson, PhD
Director, Regenerative Medicine Clinical Center
Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Winston-Salem, NC