Philippe Corbin (Voice) from the University of Ottawa speaks on behalf of his team, Kassandre Kelly (Post-production) and Dalia Frank Kamenetski (Content generation), to Dr. Leila Mostaço-Guidolin, Assistant Professor at Carleton University within the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering.
Join us as we learn more about their research on airway remodeling in Asthma patients using 3D bio-printing and non-linear optical microscopy, which they published in the American Journal of respiratory and critical care medicine in 2019.
Learn more: https://carleton.ca/mostacoguidolin
0:55 | Introduction to the topic
3:23 | Challenges of Bioprinting
6:00 | The significance of studying collagen with non-linear microscopy
7:36 | The advantages of using the non-linear microscope
8:48 | Findings that demonstrated that there is collagen disorganization in asthma
10:35 | The significance of the decrease of decorin in asthma
13:20 | Developments of this project since the publication of this article
14:24 | Conclusion and Acknowledgments
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