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TriAnkle, also on the radio airwaves

The TriAnkle project has been the protagonist of several spaces of the radio station of Osteoarthritis Foundation International (OAFI). Nina Martínez, head of R&D at OAFI, addressed the TriAnkle project on two occasions explaining its objectives in the recovery of affected tissues in patients with tendinopathies thanks to the 3D bioprinting of personalized collagen scaffolds. She also recalled OAFI’s role in the project as a project partner.
If you want to listen to both radio spaces, please, click on the following links:
Tissue regeneration with 3d printing
The inclusion of our elders: a joint work + TriAnkle Project

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