TME Lab

Grupo de Microentorno Tisular

The Tissue MicroEnvironment (TME)  is a highly multidisciplinary group made up of engineers, physicists, and researchers from various biomedical branches.

This group has the general objective of understanding, simulating, and preserving the environment of cells and tissues in their pathophysiological conditions to find new therapeutic strategies and personalized solutions for patients

Projects

Computational biomechanics and bioengineering 3D printing to develop a personalized regenerative biological ventricular assist device to provide lasting functional support to damaged hearts

3D printing to restore a damaged heart
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"Heart On chip" based on induced pluripotent stem cell technology for personalized medicine

"Organs-on-a-chip" based on microfluidic technology represents a powerful tool for investigating rare disease mechanisms and testing new drugs and treatments due to its ability to mimic bespoke microenvironment architecture inspired by organ-level functions in vivo.
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In vitro characterization and in vitro/in vivo simulation of the effect of hypoxia and drug dosis in glioblastoma growth

The in vitro and in silico study of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) tumor is proposed.
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Accelerating Innovation in Microfabricated Medical Devices

The overall goal of Moore4Medical is to accelerate innovation in electronic medical devices.
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Pilot-line for System in Tip Integration

The goal of POSITION-II is to bring innovation in the development and production of smart catheters by introducing open technology platforms for miniaturization, AD tip conversion, MEMS ultrasound devices and encapsulation.
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Advanced and versatile PRInting platform for the next generation of active Microfluidic dEvices

PRIME will reduce the gap between microfluidics and non-specialized laboratories and end users, allowing the diffusion and penetration of the technology in various fields of application, as well as its geographical expansion to areas where large equipment is difficult to transport or resources they are scarce
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