SIGs Overview

Biomaterials researchers and engineers just like yourself envision the future of biomaterials together as volunteer leaders of the Society For Biomaterials. This is YOUR society. Get involved today to share in networking opportunities, build bridges to other scientific groups, and explore the diverse biomaterials community.  The links below will take you to the public facing pages of each SIG and committee.  Each member also has a list of community pages that detail the activities of each SIG and committee.

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are an integral part of the Society For Biomaterials. Fourteen (14) SIGs represent the full spectrum of biomaterials education, research, development and production covering aspects of academia, industry and government. They provide an opportunity for like-minded professionals to network and hear about cutting-edge science in their areas of expertise. The SIGs contribute heavily to the program content of SFB's annual meetings. Members learn from each other, creating opportunities for new ideas to germinate and collaborations to form. The SIGs are:

 

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Design and test new polymers with clinical uses in mind, urge Nicholas A. Peppas and Ali Khademhosseini.