Bioinnovations Symposium

Bioinnovations Symposium
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June 11 & 12, 2024 | Manchester, NH

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Bioinnovations Symposium: Catalyzing Collaborations will showcase novel research on biomaterials for human health, bringing together academic scientists with industry. The symposium will be held June 11-12, 2024, in Manchester, NH, and will feature a tour of the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute’s BioFabUSA Tissue Foundry, as well as dozens of high-level technical talks.

On June 12, our keynote speaker, Dr. M. Selim Ünlü, will present, "Interferometric Reflection Imaging Sensor – A journey of innovation and entrepreneurship in an academic laboratory". Here, we tell the story of innovation for a simple yet elegant technology – Interferometric Reflectance Imaging Sensor (IRIS), research and experiences of multiple generations of science and engineering students, starting with basic research with applications in mind, catching the entrepreneurship fever, benefiting from training opportunities and following their dreams to success stories.  

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER: M. SELIM ÜNLÜ, PH.D.

Distinguished Professor of Engineering, Boston University
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Dr. Jennifer MacDonald, Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute

Plenary Speaker: JENNIFER MACDONALD, M.D.

Chief Operating Officer, ARMI 
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Ebru Oral

Plenary Speaker: Ebru Oral, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School
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B. Jill Venton

PLENARY SPEAKER: B. Jill Venton, PH.D.

Department Chair and Thomas Jefferson Professor of Chemistry, University of Virginia
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Purpose

This two-day symposium will spark new collaborations among researchers in Biosensors, Tissue Engineering, Implants, and Computational Science.

 

Why Attend?

  • Learn about novel technologies, innovative approaches and applications
  • Share your research, find collaborators
  • Tour ARMI’s BioFabUSA Tissue Foundry

Who Should Attend?

  • University faculty
  • Industry scientists and engineers
  • Post-doctoral researchers & graduate students

Questions? Email us.
 

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NH BioMade is supported by an NSF EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Award (#1757371) administered by the NH EPSCoR state office at the University of New Hampshire.