The TriAnkle project is presented at the annual conference of the Centre for Biomedical Research Network (CIBER BBC) held on 15 and 16 November online.
In this conference, the 43 research groups that make up the CIBER BBN explain the projects they are working on. One of these is Nanobiocel, a research group of the Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology Laboratory belonging to the University of the Basque Country.
In the XV edition of the conference, Nanobiocel presents a video in which Fátima Garcia, researcher at the UPV/EHU, and Sandra Ruiz, PhD student, explain the research line of 3D bioprinting and regenerative medicine in which the TriAnkle project is developing.
“We are currently collaborating with Spanish and other European and multinational research groups experts in the field of biomaterials in an important European project (Horizon 2020) called TriAnkle. This project focuses on biomaterials and the design and manufacture of bioprinters for the treatment of tendon, ligaments and joints pathologies,” points out Fátima García.
Nanobiocel is formed by professionals with extensive research, academic and organizational experience in important research projects in the field of pharmaceutical technology, cell therapy, characterization of biomaterials and especially in the development of new drugs of controlled and continuous release of drugs, peptides, proteins, DNA and cells.