BioAssemblyBot used in Cardiovascular Research
Updated: Mar 8
Dr. Vahid Serpooshan, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Pediatrics at Georgia Tech and Children’s Healthcare Atlanta, presents on recent innovations his team has made on bioprinting cardiovascular tissue. When discussing the biofabrication systems his team uses, Dr. Serpooshan first called attention to his BioAssemblyBot (BAB) “BAB is a six-axis robotic arm printer, one of the most sophisticated on the market. You can rotate different angles, it gives you high flexibility and robust manufacturing options for your tissue models.”
To view the webinar, click here, then click the "VIEW THE WEBINAR RECORDING" midway down the page. Dr. Serpooshan's portion begins at the 31:52 minute mark of the recording.