The pioneer of regenerative medicine visits iMatus! Dr. Antonios Mikos will be in Santiago de Compostela on April 23

iMatus is pleased to announce the visit of Dr. Antonios G. Mikos, a renowned pioneer in the field of tissue engineering, on April 23.

Dr. Mikos is the Louis Calder Distinguished Professor of Bioengineering and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Rice University. Throughout his career, he has made important contributions to the advancement of regenerative medicine, a field dedicated to the repair or replacement of damaged tissues and organs.

His research focuses on the development of new biomaterials and techniques for tissue engineering, with the aim of creating artificial tissues that can be used to improve the lives of patients.

Global recognition and notable achievements

Dr. Mikos is a Member of prestigious academies such as the United States National Academy of Engineering and the United States National Academy of Medicine. He has more than 700 scientific publications and his research has received numerous awards.

In addition to his academic work, Dr. Mikos has founded and participated in several successful startup companies and was just awarded the Biomaterials Global Impact Award. His work has had a significant impact on the tissue engineering and combination products industry, valued in billions of dollars annually.

A meeting to promote regenerative medicine

Dr. Mikos’ visit to iMatus is a unique opportunity for researchers and students to learn from one of the world leaders in this field.

In the following link you have more information about Dr. Mikos’s biography