Laboratory Of Biomaterials And Tissue Engineering

Laboratory description/carried out research

The work carried out in the Laboratory of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering includes the development of new solutions for the fabrication of tissue scaffolds, local delivery systems for bioactive substances (including drugs), and various types of structures based on biomaterials made of functional polymers, natural polymers, and composites, as well as metals, for the application in tissue engineering, regenerative and implantable medicine, and broadly defined biotechnology. The conducted activities focus on both the design and manufacture, as well as characterization of the physical and chemical properties of the obtained structures using advanced research techniques. Studies on their biocompatibility and their applicability in vitro are also carried out.  

The conducted research concerns mainly:

  • fabrication of three-dimensional polymeric scaffolds for applications in regenerative medicine, with particular emphasis on fiber-based structures fabricated by electrospinning
  • in vitro and in vivo characterization of biomaterials
  • fabrication of nonwovens/membranes for biotechnological applications
  • synthesis of polymeric biomaterials

Services Offered

  • Fabrication of  2D and 3D fibrous structures using electrospinning technique
  • Characterization of physico-chemical properties and cytotoxicity of polymeric and composite electrospun fibrous structures


  1. Organic synthesis and polymer reaction engineering equipment
  2. Infrastructure for in vitro cell culture
  3. Access to infrastructure for manufacturing and characterization of electrospun fibrous materials


  1. A new regeneration method of intervertebral disc (NCBiR, 2020-2023)
  2. The development of antimicrobial and filtration layered fabrics for sanitary and medical protection and fabrication technology based on metal-polymer composites (POIR NCBiR, 2020-2023)
  3. Design and fabrication of the multilayer patches for the treatment of corneal perforations secondary to corneal infections – CorPatch (NCBiR – Poland, TUBITAK-Turkey; 2021-2024)



  • Ewa Rybak, MSc. Eng.

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