Tissue engineering (TE) is an ever-growing multidisciplinary scientific field aiming at replacing injured, missing or damaged tissue. This course teaches Master students’ in-depth and hands-on knowledge on developmental and adult blood vessel formation in health and disease and the current clinical treatments for which vascular(ized) TE is thought to be eligible. Moreover, we will address state of the art techniques of vascular(ized) TE, including the use of biomaterials and cell sources for bioreactor-cultured and in situ applications.
This is an online course stretching over 7 weeks with a study load of approximately 9-10 hours per week. Please take into account that the studyload is divided over the week so you will need to be able to login on various moments (taking into account vacation days).
The maximum of participants is 16. Please register via the button below. Deadline for registration is January 25th.
Students from outside the Graduate School of Life Sciences can register for this course by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, student number, Master’s programme and the course code.
Open as an elective to GSLS students from the programmes RM&T, BFAB & BOD.