Jamina Gerhardus, M.Sc.

Jamina Gerhardus, M.Sc.

Research Associate

Research Group:

BioMedical Printing Technology

Office Hours:

Monday – Friday


3D-bioprinting is an emerging research area with a variety of applications. 3D printing technology allows flexible creation individual 3D geometries, which is an advantage over other tissue engineering methods. It enables production of complex structures which find their application in drug development or personalized medicine, for example.

One difficulty in tissue engineering is the production of large tissue structures that exceed the diffusion limit of vital nutrients. 3D-bioprinting also quickly reaches its limits here. In order to enable the production of large tissue models, my research is focused on so-called sacrificial materials. These are used, for example, to produce blood vessel-like structures enabling the supply of nutrients to large tissues.


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