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Fabio Batista Mota1, Luiza Amara Maciel Braga1,2, Bernardo Pereira Cabral 1,3, Carlos Gilbert Conte Filho1,4
  • 1 Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brasil Avenue 4036, 21040-361, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, Brazil
  • 2 Fluminense Federal University, Rua Prof. Marcos Waldemar de Freitas Reis, 24210-200, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, Brazil
  • 3 Federal University of Bahia, Treze de Maio Square 6, 40.060-300, Salvador – BA, Brazil
  • 4 Federal University of Santa Maria, Independencia Avenue 3751, 983000-000, Santa Maria – RS, Brazil

Future of Bioprinted Tissues аnd Organs: A Two-Wave Global Survey

2022. Vol. 16. No. 1. P. 6–20 [issue contents]

Technologies of 3D and 4D bioprinting make it possible to restore or replace tissues and organs, solving the problem of the lack of donor resources and reducing the risks of implant rejection. This article presents the results of a two-stage global survey of specialists in tissue engineering on the prospects of bioprinting in preclinical studies and clinical practice. A picture of possible tracks and horizons upon which the implementation of the considered solutions is possible is presented. According to the results of the survey, in the next two decades it will be possible to recreate tissues and organs suitable for implantation and drug testing. There will be a market for bioprinted products, the problem of organ shortages and adverse reactions to drugs will be solved. These changes may significantly affect not only the practice of biomedical research, drug testing, and medicine, but also the healthcare sector in general, which implies the need for a preventive review of current policies. A practical and accessible tool for identifying and interviewing a large number of experts around the world is proposed, which may be useful for new Foresight studies.

Citation: Mota F.B., Maciel Braga L.A., Cabral B.P., Conte Filho K.G. (2022) Future of Bioprinted Tissues аnd Organs: A Two-Wave Global Survey. Foresight and STI Governance, 16(1), 6–20. DOI: 10.17323/2500-2597.2022.1.6.20
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