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Biomaterials for bone tissue engineering applications

Indian Institute of Technology Bangalore and NPTEL via Swayam

Overview

Biomaterials, recognized as a new class of materials in the Materials Science community, are being developed in last few decades for human health care. The design and development of biomaterials requires the integration of the concepts and expertise from two widely different disciplines, i.e. Materials Science & Engineering and Biological Science. The importance of the field of biomaterials is increasingly being noticed in the Materials community with the compulsory course on this subject is being taught at undergraduate and graduate level in most of the top universities around the world. In India, a compulsory course on biomaterials is being kept in the new course curriculum of undergraduate students in Department of Materials Science and Engineering at IIT Kanpur, while this instructor has taught a more elaborate course on biomaterials for the graduate students at IIT Kanpur and at IISc, Bangalore, over last one decade. This NPTEL course on “Biomaterials for Bone Tissue Engineering applications” will consist of several lectures on the basics of the cell biology and biomaterials science, followed by some case studies, illustrating various aspects of biomaterials development for orthopedic applications. The layout of this lecture series in terms of the succession of various concepts will primarily facilitate easier understanding for students and this important area of societal relevance in terms of human healthcare.
INTENDED AUDIENCE :Students of BE/ME/MSc/PhD streamsINDUSTRY SUPPORT :Smith & Nephew/Adler Mediequip Pvt. Ltd., Pune, CIPET, Chennai

Syllabus

COURSE LAYOUT

Week 1 : Introduction to Biomaterials and Biocompatibility Week 2 : Defining tissue engineering scaffolds and implantsWeek 3 : Structure and Properties of Proteins and CellsWeek 4 : Stem cells and Cell fate processesWeek 5 : Cell-material Interaction (in vitro and in vivo) and Clinical trials Week 6 : Manufacturing of Biomaterials (metals, ceramics and polymers) Week 7 : HA-based compositesWeek 8 : Glass ceramics for orthopedic and dental applications, acetabular socket and femoral head, prototype development

Taught by

Dr. Bikramjit Basu

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