Nomination packages for the 2016 TERMIS-EU Awards Program are due: 31 January 2016.
2015 TERMIS Election
Conference Location: Tamsui Town of New Taipei City
Conference Chairs: Shih-Chieh Hung and Ming-Thau Sheu
Conference Dates: 28 June - 1 July, 2016
2016 TERMIS-AM Conference
Conference Dates: December 11- 14, 2016
2017 TERMIS-AP Conference
Conference Dates: September 21-24, 2017
2017 TERMIS-EU Conference
Conference Dates: 26-30 June 2017
2017 TERMIS-AM Conference
Conference Dates: December 2017
A Message from the Editors of Tissue Engineering
Special Collection: Emerging Concepts in 3D Microtissues
Guest Editor: Johnna S. Temenoff, PhD
Development of a Full-Thickness Human Skin Equivalent In Vitro
Model Derived from TERT-Immortalized Keratinocytes and Fibroblasts
Christianne M.A. Reijnders, Amanda van Lier, Sanne Roffel, Duco Kramer, Rik J. Scheper, and Susan Gibbs
Neuromuscular Junction Formation in Tissue-Engineered Skeletal Muscle Augments Contractile Function and Improves Cytoskeletal Organization
Neil R.W. Martin, Samantha L. Passey, Darren J. Player, Vivek Mudera, Keith Baar, Linda Greensmith, and Mark P. Lewis
Hydrogel Microencapsulated Insulin-Secreting Cells Increase Keratinocyte Migration, Epidermal Thickness, Collagen Fiber Density, and Wound Closure in a Diabetic Mouse Model of Wound Healing
Ayesha Aijaz, Renea Faulknor, François Berthiaume, and Ronke M. Olabisi
Top-Cited Reviews from Tissue Engineering!
Free access to these top-cited reviews is available now through November 13, 2015. Read them today
Tissue Engineering for Pediatric Applications
2015 TERMIS World Congress Meeting Abstracts Now Online
Welcome to the TERMIS/Springer Updatable Book Project
- Author Guidelines
- Aims Scope
- Welcome Message (view more)
Dr. Jan-Philip Schmidt
I welcome you as the Editor in Chief of the Springer Reference book series "Biomedical Engineering - Tissue Engineering and Regeneration", being developed to be the premier scientific updatable information source for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine published in cooperation with TERMIS (Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society).
Tissue engineering/regeneration covers multiple disciplines from (developmental) cell biology to medicine, from chemistry /physics to material sciences and engineering, from imaging to pathology, from preclinical to clinical studies. In recent years the field has expanded exponentially, so it is becoming more difficult to keep a certain overview in such a large scientific area. It is the aim of this book series to support researchers, clinicians, students as well as other interested parties to keep the pace with this expanding multidisciplinary field.
This is achieved by gathering a multidisciplinary editorial board and author panel with specialized scientists, engineers and clinicians from top academic institutions and companies to provide a platform for state of the art information and fruitful exchange.
Your contribution in this Reference Work series is highly welcome to support this goal with comprehensive information in the specific area of your expertise. I thank you for your highly valuable participation. Please feel free to forward any suggestion, critique, new avenues and ideas at any time.