The biomedical and biological materials and manufacturing (BBMM) pillar primarily conducts research in the following areas: cardiovascular engineering and biotechnology, design and manufacturing of the next generation of prosthetic heart valves and other medical devices, hemodynamics and computational fluid dynamics, surgical simulation and bio-robotics/Bio MEMs/NEMs.
An ear sample printed by the gelatin-based hydrogel using a stereolithography 3D bioprinting system (courtesy of Dr. Keekyoung Kim).
Mechanics of Atherosclerosis (courtesy of Dr. Hadi Mohammadi).
Dr. Adriano Manso
Faculty of Dentistry
Dr. Sepideh Pakpour
School of Engineering
December 16, 2022HIFI Awards enable interdisciplinary groups of health researchers to undertake innovative activities that have the potential to create change.
March 25, 2020Floating human plasma helps researchers detect diseases like opioid addiction.
May 8, 2019A new study from researchers at UBC Okanagan takes a big step towards making a device that can encapsulate cells much faster, cheaper and more effective.