Several research projects within the field of bone tissue engineering are currently being undertaken by the group. These projects involve both in vitro and in vivo aspects of pre-clinical research. Additionally, clinical trials to test the efficacy of autologous stem cells for jaw bone regeneration are ongoing.
Reconstruction of mandibular bone using stem cells and biomedical engineering approaches (StemBoneReq)
3D Printing as a Tool for Bone Regeneration (Let’s make Bone)
Creating personalized bone regeneration by using stem cells (European project MAXIBONE).
A Paradigm Shift in Fracture Fixations via On-Site Fabrication of Bone Restoration Patches (BoneFix)
3D Printed Engineered Nano-Composite Templates for Bone Regeneration (3DPRENT)
3D-printed scaffolds for Bone Regeneration (NFR)
Stem Cell Therapy for Bone Regeneration in Maxillofacial and Orthopaedic Surgery (NFR)
Study of Mesenchymal Autologous stem cells as Regenerative Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis (HelseVest)