Junior Research Group Leader (Federal Ministry of Education and Research) - Biomaterials
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The working group Biomaterials is involved in the development and testing of different materials for use in tissue engineering. The following topics are part of our work:
BioV2alve deals with the development of biohybrid venous valves for minimal invasive treatment of chronic veneous insufficiency.
Das TeXlastins project aims to translate the design principles found in nature to the laboratory, with the target mission of developing functional cardiovascular implants.
BioBased Value Circle
The BioBased Value Cirle aims to contribute to the development of a circular biobased economy by exploiting the potential of biobased materials.
The Optimize project aims to develop an innovative implant for the treatment of hyperplastic left heart syndrome, short HLHS.
The FibroGraft project focuses on the use of naturally dissolved silk fibroins in materials technology and the creation of different fibroin composites for tissue engineering.