Advances in Functional Assemblies for Regenerative Medicine

Matteo Palma, John G. Hardy, Ghazal Tadayyon, Maria Farsari, Shalom J. Wind, Manus J. Biggs
  • Advanced Healthcare Materials, November 2015, Wiley
  • DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201500412

Advances in Functional Assemblies for Regenerative Medicine

What is it about?

This review discusses how our ability to synthesise bioresponsive systems and selectively active biochemistries using polymer-based materials with supramolecular features has led to a surge in research interest directed towards their development as next generation biomaterials for drug delivery, medical device design and tissue engineering.

Why is it important?

This is a short review to discuss how our ability to synthesise bioresponsive systems and selectively active biochemistries using polymer-based materials with supramolecular features has led to a surge in research interest directed towards their development as next generation biomaterials for drug delivery, medical device design and tissue engineering.

Perspectives

Dr John George Hardy (Author)
Lancaster University

This was a nice opportunity to work together with some friends on a review discussing how our ability to synthesise bioresponsive systems and selectively active biochemistries using polymer-based materials with supramolecular features has led to a surge in research interest directed towards their development as next generation biomaterials for drug delivery, medical device design and tissue engineering.

The following have contributed to this page: Dr John George Hardy