Nicole Diamantides wins Cellink 3D Bioprinting Award at TERMIS meeting

Nicole Diamantides, a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering in the Bonassar Lab, won the Cellink 3D Bioprinting Award at the 2017 Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) meeting in Charlotte, NC. Her paper, “The Effects of Adding Chondrocytes on the Printability of Collagen Bioinks for Cartilage Bioprinting,” investigated the effects of cell content on the rheology on collagen bioinks and how rheological parameters affects the printability of these inks.

This is the first annual 3D Bioprinting Award given a TERMIS.  The awards are based on scientific content, graphical design of the poster, and quality of presentation.  Congratulations to Nicole on her outstanding work and poster presentation!


Alexander Jacob Boys