BRAE 213-F09 - Class 05 - Biomaterials & Medical Devices-updated

BRAE 213-F09 - Class 05 - Biomaterials & Medical Devices-updated

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Click to edit Master subtitle style ENGR / BRAE 213-71 – Bioengineering Fundamentals October 21st, 2009 Medical Devices
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Class Outline Cell Transplantation at Quiz review Review of Tissue Engineering Tissue Engineering at
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Cell Transplantation at MS Specialization in Stem Cell Research Trevor Cardinal Assistant Professor Biomedical Engineering
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Goal- train workforce for stem cell industry Start MS specialization in Stem Cell Research 3-year grant, $1.4 million to develop program 1 of 10 programs in CSU/CCC
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Participating Departments Biomedical Engineering Biological Sciences Animal Science Program Components Coursework 9-month Internship 1-quarter MS Project
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Coursework Tissue Engineering w/ lab Cell Transplantation w/ lab Biomedical Imaging w/ lab Internship (9 months) Novocell Inc, Stanford, UCSD, Salk, or Scripps- working with stem cells MS Project Combine internship research w/ campus project
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Review Bioengineering as practical application of biological science Combine knowledge of cell biology, physiology, and biomaterials to build replacement tissues & support healing At oms Mol ecul es Cel l s Ti ssues Or gans Or gani sms Popul at i ons
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Review Support tissue healing Replace tissues/organs
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Tissue Engineering to Support Healing Foot ulcer
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Review- Dermagraft Foreskin dermal fibroblasts + Biodegradable scaffold Derma graft does not replace skin- but stimulates skin healing
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Why are immunosuppressants not necessary after Dermagraft A. Trick question- they are necessary B. The cells in Dermagraft are autologous C. Fibroblasts (connective tissue cells) are not immunogenic D. The Dermagraft is not integrated into the patient
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Review- Bladder muscle cells from biopsy + Collagen scaffold Cells are cultivated w/ scaffold Tissue engineered bladder Tissue engineered bladder is covered w/ fat from patient’s abdominal cavity to provide blood supply i.e. blood vessels from fat will grow into the tissue engineered bladder
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2010 for the course BRAE 213 taught by Professor Hazelwood during the Fall '08 term at Cal Poly.

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BRAE 213-F09 - Class 05 - Biomaterials & Medical Devices-updated

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