Towards interdisciplinary science. Developing new 3D-printed wound dressings

Have you ever wondered how 3D printing and bioprinting technology can be applied to modern medicine? Maybe you are an engineer considering a shift to medical research, unsure how such transition would work?

Follow Milena Deptuła and her innovative project on developing personalised 3D-printed wound dressings, consisting of both scaffolds and anti-bacterial substances supporting tissue regeneration.

This interdisciplinary endeavour, encompassing molecular biology, biotechnology, chemistry, peptide chemistry and contemporary 3D-printing techniques – is a result of a successful cooperation with another leading Polish academic centre – Gdańsk University of Technology.

Dr. Deptuła’s in-depth research may provide an essential breakthrough in solving the wound healing problem, especially in terms chronic wounds, which is a major medical and economic issue worldwide.

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Milena Deptuła, Ph.D. Eng.

Assistant Professor at the Division Embryology, Medical University of Gdańsk

An ambitious young researcher particularly interested in regenerative medicine. She is focused on the problem of wound healing, especially in terms of chronic wounds. Her innovative project is aimed at developing personalised 3D-printed wound dressings. It combines various fields of research, such as molecular biology, biotechnology, chemistry, peptide chemistry and modern 3D-bioprinting techniques.

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