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AFIRM: Research Programs: Craniomaxillofacial Reconstruction Research Leaders

Craniomaxillofacial Reconstruction Research Leaders

Lead PI Affiliation Project Title
Atala, Anthony Wake Forest University Space Maintenance, Wound Optimization, Osseous Regeneration and Reconstruction for Composite
Atala, Anthony Wake Forest University Health Sciences Bioengineered Alveolar Bone and Tooth Constructs
Atala, Anthony Wake Forest University Health Sciences Development of Resorbable Calcium Phosphate Cement for Regeneration of Cranial and Midface Bones
Atala, Anthony Wake Forest University School of Medicine Injectable and Implantable Soft Tissue for Craniofacial Reconstruction: Building upon AFIRM 1 Research to Generate Form Stable and Functional Tissue
Atala, Anthony Wake Forest University Health Sciences Craniomaxillofacial Tissue Engineered Bone Grafts
Christ, George Wake Forest University Health Sciences Bioreactors and Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering of Skeletal Muscle
Christ, George Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Hybrid Muscle-nerve Tissue Integration System (MuNTIS) for Functional Restoration of Larger Volumetric Muscle Loss Injuries
Elisseeff, Jennifer Johns Hopkins University Pilot Clinical Testing of a Novel Soft Tissue Reconstruction Solution
Galiano, Robert Northwestern University In-Vivo Functional Muscle Regeneration Utilizing an Implantable Modular Bioreactor
Guelcher, Scott Vanderbilt University Injectable, Settable Bone Grafts for Reconstruction of Weight-bearing Craniofacial Bone Defects with Augmentation using Recombinant Human Growth Factors
Losee, Joseph University of Pittsburgh Novel Strategies for Repair and Restoration of Calvarial Bone Defects in Wounds Compromised by Infection and Scarring
Shupe, Thomas Wake Forest School of Medicine Biofabrication of Complex Tissue Components for Craniomaxillofacial Reconstruction
Wagner, William University of Pittsburgh Creating Innervated Vascularized Muscle Flaps from Elastic, Cellularized Biocomposites Developed In Situ for Facial Muscle Reconstruction
Last Modified Date: 01 Jul 2014