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Electrochemical characterization of boron-doped nanocrystalline diamond electrodes for neural stimulation

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Innovative Strategies in Tissue Engineering PP 1–30 DISPUTATIONES 4th Disputations Innovative Strategies in Tissue Engineering 28th of November, 2013 Aalborg, Denmark hosteD By Sponsor Endorsment/Supporting Institute Innovative Strategies in Tissue Engineering Niels Jernes Vej 10, 9220 Aalborg, Denmark November 28, 2013 Chair Persons Egon Toft Paolo Di Nardo Martin (Marco) C. Harmsen Jesper de Claville Christiansen Mayuri S. Prasad Organised by Organizing Committee Honorary Chairman: Egon Toft Aalborg University, Denmark Co-Chairman: Paolo Di Nardo University of Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy Martin (Marco) C. Harmsen University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands Jesper de Claville Christiansen University of Aalborg, Denmark Technical Organisers: Mayuri S. Prasad Aalborg University, Denmark iii Speakers Di Nardo, Paolo (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy) Presenting: Engineered Tissues for Heart Mending. Drozdov, Aleksey (Danish Technological Institute, Denmark) Presenting: Modeling and Simulation of the Mechanical Response of Nanocomposite Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering. Griffith, May (Linköping University & Karolinska, Sweden) Presenting: Biomimetic Materials in Regenerative Medicine: Translational Work in Linköping, Sweden. Harmsen, M.C. (University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands) Presenting: The Power of Fat – AdiposeTissue-Derived Stem Cells (ADSC) to Combat Adverse Tissue Remodeling? Ljunggren, Monika (Linköping University, Sweden) Presenting: Bridging the Translational Gap in Cardiac Repair and Regeneration. Nardone, Giorgia (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy) Presenting: In Vitro Validation of B.Mori Silk Fibroin Films for Cardiac Tissue Engineering. Pagliari, Francesca (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy) Presenting: Oxidative Stress and Nanoparticles: Cerium Dioxide to Protect Cardiac Progenitor Cells. Pennisi, Cristian Pablo

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