Biomaterials, Biodegradables and Biomimetics Research Group

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Name
Luca Gasperini
Position
Postdoctoral Fellows
Nationality
ITALY
Orcid
0000-0003-2133-4379
Ciencia ID
1310-03A5-C495
Scopus ID
55856033100
Experience

High-throughput microencapsulation of cells in microparticles formulated using mixtures of distinct natural-based macromolecules

Research Area
  • hydrogels
  • cell encapsulation
  • microfluidics
Background

April 15t 2013 University of Trento
PhD in Materials Engineering


Thesis title : Methods for cell encapsulation and deposition (bioprinting).
Advisors : Prof. C. Migliaresi, PhD. D. Maniglio
Goal : Develop bioprinting techniques to build 3D hydrogel scaffolds containing living
mammalian cells

2011 Italy
Professional Engineer

October 26 2009 University of Trento
Master Degree in Materials Engineering

Thesis title : Strategies for neural regeneration
Advisors : Prof. C. Migliaresi, PhD. D. Maniglio
Goal : Materials and processing techniques for graphs aimed at regeneration of nerves




Account information
  • Name
    Luca Gasperini
    Position
    Postdoctoral Fellows
    Nationality
    ITALY
    Orcid
    0000-0003-2133-4379
    Scopus ID
    55856033100
    Research ID
    A-1467-2014
Experience
  • High-throughput microencapsulation of cells in microparticles formulated using mixtures of distinct natural-based macromolecules

Research Area
    • hydrogels
    • cell encapsulation
    • microfluidics
Background
  • April 15t 2013 University of Trento
    PhD in Materials Engineering


    Thesis title : Methods for cell encapsulation and deposition (bioprinting).
    Advisors : Prof. C. Migliaresi, PhD. D. Maniglio
    Goal : Develop bioprinting techniques to build 3D hydrogel scaffolds containing living
    mammalian cells

    2011 Italy
    Professional Engineer

    October 26 2009 University of Trento
    Master Degree in Materials Engineering

    Thesis title : Strategies for neural regeneration
    Advisors : Prof. C. Migliaresi, PhD. D. Maniglio
    Goal : Materials and processing techniques for graphs aimed at regeneration of nerves




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