Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

High-Resolution Exploration of ECM-based Vascularized Tissue-Flaps

Functional regeneration of complex large-scaled defects requires both soft and hard tissue grafts. Autologous tissue-harvest, considered as the standard of care in clinical settings, possess major procedural drawbacks. By employing a tissue engineering approach based on biological tissue constructs, Dr. Redenski has fabricated composite tissue flaps by combining synthetic soft-tissue matrices and biological bone matrix. In their models high-resolution microCT was used, both ex vivo and in vivo, to evaluate vascular development and bone turnover.

THURSDAY 25 March 2021

11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time | 4:00 PM Central European Time


Idan Redenski

Research Resident, Technion – BME  Galilee Medical Center – OMFS  Israel

2008-2015 – dual degree DMD-M.Sc program from the Hebrew university, specializsing in microbial biofilms and laser therapy.

2016-2021 - PhD in biomedical engineering at the Technion institute of technology, under the supervision of Professor Shulamit Levenberg. Research focused on stem-cell based vascularization and ECM based vascularized composite-tissue fabrication

2021 – Starting a research-oriented residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Galilee Medical Centre, with a focus on regenerative medicine and 3D bioprinting