Prof.Dr.Ing.

Lorenzo (L.) Moroni

PhD
Birthdate: 13-07-1976

Experience

Personal statement:

My research focuses on developing biofabrication technologies to generate libraries of 3D scaffolds able to control cell fate. This passes through the design of biomaterials, 3D scaffolds, and surface properties to better understand cell-material interactions.

Education:

2015-2016 Coordinator and lecturer of “Regenerative Medicine” course for Faculty of Humanities & Sciences Bachelor students, Maastricht University.

2010-2014 Coordinator and lecturer of “Tissue Engineering” course for Biomedical Engineering Master students, faculty of science and technology, University of Twente.

2010-2013 Coordinator and lecturer of “tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine” course for Technical Medicine Master students, faculty of science and technology, University of Twente.

2013-2014 Lecturer of “Reconstructive Medicine” course for Technical Medicine students; Lecturer of “Engineering of Biological interfaces” course for Biomedical Engineering Master students, faculty of science and technology, University of Twente.

2012-2014 Lecturer of “Biomedical Materials Engineering part I” course for Biomedical Engineering Master students, faculty of science and technology, University of Twente.

2010-2012 Lecturer of “Human body interactions” course for Technical Medicine students, faculty of science and technology, University of Twente.

2010-2011 Coordinator and lecturer of “Biomedical Materials Engineering part I” course for Biomedical Engineering Master students; faculty of science and technology, University of Twente.

2009-2010 Lecturer of “Biomedical Materials Engineering part I” course for Biomedical Engineering Master students, faculty of science and technology, University of Twente.

2004-2006 Teaching assistant of “Tissue Engineering” course for Biomedical Engineering Master students, faculty of science and technology, University of Twente.

Keywords:
Biofabrication; bioprinting; additive manufacturing; electrospinning; scaffolds; tissue engineering; regenerative medicine
Expertise:

2016-Today Professor of Biofabrication for Regenerative Medicine at Maastricht University

2015-Today Management Team of MERLN Institute, Maastricht University.

2015-Today Coordinator and lecturer of “Regenerative Medicine” course for Faculty of Humanities & Sciences Bachelor students, Maastricht University.

2014-2016 Associate Professor at Maastricht University in the Complex Tissue Regeneration department

2013-2014 Associate Professor (tenured) at Twente University in the Tissue Regeneration department.

2010-2013 Assistant Professor (tenure track) at Twente University in the Tissue Regeneration department.

2008-Today Member of the Interdepartmental Research Group on Electrospinning at the University of Bologna.

2009-2010 Post-Doctoral Fellow at Twente University, The Netherlands, in the Tissue Regeneration department.

2008-2009 Research & Development director of Musculoskeletal Cell & Tissue Bank - Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Italy.

2007-2008 Post-Doctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins University, USA, in the Biomedical Engineering department – Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering research group (Prof. Dr. Jennifer H. Elisseeff).

2003-2007 Ph.D. student at Twente University, The Netherlands, in the Tissue Regeneration department – Tissue Engineering research group, based in IsoTis Orthopaedics S.A. GMP and FDA approved facilities.

Position

Organisations:

no departments found

Research:
Chair:
Complex Tissue Regeneration
Work for third parties:
2016-Today Co-founder of VACIS B.V., spin-off company aiming at bring to the clinics products for vacular regeneration. , 2010-2013 Co-founder and Scientific Advisor of Screvo B.V., a spin-off company commercializing devices enabling 3D screening in vivo. Screvo is one of the winner of the Innovation AveNEW award 2013
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