The urgent need of an effective skin implant which avoids/counteracts usual bacterial infections
An innovative skin substitute that will overcome two of the major drawbacks of severe skin wounds
The combination of two different technologies on the field of regenerative medicine and nanoparticles
To generate an adequate business model for project results exploitation
About the Project
NanoGSkin is a transversal research project that combines regenerative medicine technologies. NanoGSkin project aims to develop an innovative skin substitute that will overcome two of the major drawbacks of severe skin wounds.
Tissue engineering methods with growth factors and antibiotic-loaded nanoparticles (NPs)
Transnational collaboration of public research groups academia, clinical/public health research sector and private companies
A nanostructured fibrin-agarose artificial human skin supplemented with two types of NPs: growth factor and antibiotics lipid nanocarriers.
Proper dissemination of the research results to all relevant stakeholders through press releases, articles, workshops, events…