Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials

The ultimate goal of biomaterials and tissue engineering is to control and replicate, respectively, cells and tissues with the same level of precision and function as is found in nature to provide greater translational therapies. Here at UVA, we strive to push the boundaries of our respective fields through the development, optimization, and implementation of new and exciting chemistry, biology, and advanced biomanufacturing technology.

Distinctive Features

University of Virginia Center for Advanced Biomanufacturing

Together with experts from industry and government, UVA researchers are creating the roadmap for building reproducible biomanufacturing processes. They are making the advances that will take this research from labs and trials to actual health care.

Primary Faculty in Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials

Joint Faculty in Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials

The Peirce-Cottler Lab's 3D-Bioprinter made by RegenHu

In this movie we are practicing printing a basket weave pattern of gel (Nivea face cream) filled with cells (colored water).