Assoc. Prof. Lucy Vojtova Ph.D.
The Advanced Biomaterials Group primarily deals with the development of new nanostructured polymer-composite biomaterials that induce connective tissue growth, thereby accelerating healing, preventing infection and promoting overall tissue regeneration. The main focus of the group is research and development of resorbable biomaterials with controlled release of bioactive substances for the replacement of soft and hard tissues, especially skin and bones.
International Workshop on Characterization of Syntehic and…
In the framework of the project Interreg ATCZ 287 TECHBIKOMForest industry waste biomass processing technology for… Read more »
International Workshop on Bone and Soft tissues engineering
In the framework of the projectLow-temperature 3D Printing of Bio-Functionalized Ceramic Bone Implants with Adjustable… Read more »
profiBONE Czech-Icelandic Project for Personalized Implants
Low-temperature 3D Printing of Bio-Functionalized Ceramic Bone Implants with Adjustable Mechanical Properties… Read more »
Bone glue developed by CEITEC scientists and doctors from the…
Accident rates are increasing and fractures are, unfortunately, their normal part. When a fracture occurs, it is always… Read more »