Biomaterials for Trauma, Surgery and Would Healing Applications 2 *BTI*
Timeslot: Friday, April 29, 2022 - 11:30am to 12:30pm
Room: Dover A-C, 4th Floor
Stopping bleeding (hemostasis) and providing spatio-temporal wound care via passive and/or bioactive mechanisms is an important translational area of biomaterials-based technologies and includes external, intracavitary and intravascular hemostats, dressings, powders, foams, fibers and gels. The goal of this session is to highlight recent advances in biomaterials, biosystems/microdevices and related technologies that focus on hemostasis, thrombosis, and/or wound healing. The proposed session will invite presentations from researchers in this field that emphasize biomaterials design, structure-property-function relationships, device/technology design, and relevant translation pathways. Presentations focused on material considerations for microdevices for investigating hemostatic pathways are also of interest for this session.
Abstracts will be available for download on April 27, 2022.
11:30:00 AM 265. Stem Cells Delivered on Human Decellularized Muscle to a Volumetric Injury Regulate RAGE and P38 MAPK, Lucas Olson(1)*, David Cohen, MD(1), James Redden(1), Josephina Vossen, MD(1), Barbara Boyan, PhD(1,2), Zvi Schwartz, PhD(1,3), Michael McClure, PhD(1); (1)Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA, (2)Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA, (3)University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, USA
11:45:00 AM 266. Targeted Modulation of Fibrin Formation and Stability with Intravenous Hemostatic Nanotechnologies, Ketan Jolly*, Aditya Girish, PhD, Arielle Rechhione, Maria Fuente, Elizabeth Wakelin, Norman Luc, Marvin Nieman, PhD, Anirban Sen Gupta, PhD, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA
12:00:00 PM 267. VEGF produced by fibroblasts in VEGF-encoding, gene-activated matrices promotes blood vessel formation for the treatment of chronic wounds, Jeongmin Hwang*, Kristi Kiick, PhD, Millicent Sullivan, PhD, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, USA
12:15:00 PM 268. Adhesive Poly(glycerol sebacate): A Novel Application to Support and Reinforce Internal Suture Lines, George Aninwene, II, PhD(1)*, Hossein Montazerian(2,3), Peyton Tebon(2), Reihaneh Haghniaz, PhD(3), Marvin Mecwan, PhD(3), Kalpana Mandal, PhD(3), HanJun Kim(3), Ali Khademhossein, PhD(3), Renea Sturm, MD, FAAP(1); (1)UCLA-David Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angels, CA, USA, (2)UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA, (3)Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation, Los Angeles, CA, USA