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"3D bioprinting, an innovative biofabrication technology"

​We are a group of young and passionate researchers in tissue engineering, especially in '3D Bioprinting'.  In this interdiscipnary research field, we are trying to bioprint artificial tissues/organs in order to enhance patients' health and quaility of life. 

 3D bioprinting is the process of creating cell patterns in a confined space using 3D printing technologies, where cell function and viability are preserved within the printed construct. 

 Using this technology,  real organ/tissue-like structures can be made by adding biomaterials/living cells  layer-by-layer. And printed constructs are utilized in tissue engineering and medical fields.

(Bioprinting: Principles and Applications) 

 This technology involves computer-aided tissue engineering, design and manufacturing, biomaterials and biology in modeling, design, and biofabrication of tissue scaffolds, tissue constructs, organoids, tissue models.


 The on-going research focuses on :


1. 3D bioprinting process to produce biomimetic cellular construct

2. Artificial tissue or organ regeneration

3. Regenerative medicine

4. Body-on-a-chip

5. Drug delivery system

6. Design and development of functional prosthesis



50-UNIST gil,
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

105. Stem Cell Research Bldg. Room 221
Ulsan, South Korea


      Office)      +82-52-217-2527

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