3DBS seeks to participate in the construction of the future of regenerative medicine by developing equipment and applications capable of generating functional tissues. Our goal is to enable the construction of living human tissues that have proven to function as native tissues.Learn More
Prof. Dr. Edison Bittencourt
Textile Engineer, associate Professor at Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica / ITA. He has experience in the field of Materials Engineering, with emphasis on Polymers, working mainly on the following topics: applications of polymers and fibrous materials, electro-spinning, synthesis, textile chemistry and modification of surface properties.
Dr. Carolina Caliari
Biologist, Master and PhD from the Basic and Applied Immunology Program of the Medical School of Ribeirão Preto-USP. Founder of In Situ Cell Therapy has experience in cell therapy, regenerative medicine and autoimmune diseases.
Prof. Dr. Sang W. Han
He holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry, a master's and a doctorate in biochemistry from the University of São Paulo, a postdoctoral degree in gene therapy from the University of Washington and a bachelor's degree in biophysics from the Federal University of São Paulo. He is Professor of Biophysics at the Paulista School of Medicine of Unifesp. Co-founder of the Interdisciplinary Center for Gene Therapy (CINTERGEN) at Unifesp, now CTCMol.
Prof. Dr. Luciano Paulino Silva
He holds a PhD in Animal Biology from the University of Brasília, having completed a postdoctoral internship at Embrapa. Since 2006 he has been an Embrapa Researcher in the area of Nanobiotechnology, developing studies aimed at the prospection, evaluation of biological nanostructures and materials using tools in high resolution and development of nanosystems and nanodevices. More recently he has been working on the development of digital manufacturing approaches through additive manufacturing, subtractive manufacturing and 3D biofabrication.