In this issue of “From Academia”, we share with you three latest publications focusing on 3D printing for congenital heart disease and a novel organ on a chip model focusing on cardiac toxicity. The first two articles focus on how 3D printed models based on 3D echocardiogram datasets can be useful in intervention or treatment planning for congenital heart disease. The third article demonstrates the potential feasibility of using an organ-on-a-chip model combining breast cancer and cardiac cells to monitor breast cancer treatment and associated cardiac toxicity/side effects from chemotherapy.
“From Academia” features recent, relevant, close to commercialization academic publications. Subjects include but not limited to healthcare 3D printing, 3D bioprinting, and related emerging technologies.
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Authored by Hannah Tredway, Nikhil Pasumarti, Matthew A. Crystal, Kanwal M. Farooqi. Mini-invasive Surgery. 6 November 2020
Authored by K. L. Mowers, J. B. Fullerton, D. Hicks, G. K. Singh, M. C. Johnson & S. Anwar. Pediatric Cardiology. 20 October 2020
A Heart‐Breast Cancer‐on‐a‐Chip Platform for Disease Modeling and Monitoring of Cardiotoxicity Induced by Cancer Chemotherapy
Authored by Junmin Lee Shreya Mehrotra Elaheh Zare‐Eelanjegh Raquel O. Rodrigues Alireza Akbarinejad David Ge Luca Amato Kiavash Kiaee YongCong Fang Aliza Rosenkranz Wendy Keung Biman B. Mandal Ronald A. Li Ting Zhang HeaYeon Lee Mehmet Remzi Dokmeci Yu Shrike Zhang Ali Khademhosseini Su Ryon Shin, Small. 23 October 2020