Prof DG Armstrong and Ahmed Zobi of Syntr Following the WHS Award Presentation USC surgeon-researcher Professor David G. Armstrong and team received the first place award during the poster presentation session at the Wound Healing Society's 2022 symposium held in Phoenix this past week. The study, entitled "Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers Using Autologous Adipose... Continue Reading →
Scientists have identified two proteins that can partially stimulate growth in amputated toes in mice, a discovery that puts us one step closer to one day being able to replace amputated limbs in humans. Congratulations to our colleagues Yu and coworkers at Texas A&M. Nature Communicationsvolume 10, Article number: 424 (2019)
Animal Testing on Biodegradable 3D Printed Artificial Bone Successfully Accomplished in Xi’an, China - 3DPrint.com. This is logical low-hanging fruit for 3D printing. Rigid matrices like bone that can accept human cellular ingrowth. Terrific? We think so.
For those who have been asking, here is the video, now available on YouTube and iTunesU. https://youtu.be/HHoGZ4qZTfs