Aneurysm research published in Biofabrication

October 15, 2020

Marianna Pepona led the computational component of a large research effort studying flow in 3D printed aneurysms. This work "Three-dimenational bioprinting of aneurysm-bearing tissue structure for endovascular deployment of embolization coils" was published in Biofabrication and represented the combined efforts of researchers from LLNL, Texas A&M, and Duke. The work was featured at LLNL describing the "first-ever living 3D-printed aneurysm to improve surgical procedures, personalize treatments".