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3D Bioprinting Core

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The 3D Bioprinting facility was established in October 2019. It is located in Room 103 Dunning Hall on the Johns Hopkins University's Homewood  Campus; and houses a Cellink BioX6  3D Bioprinter, a LumenX bioprinter; and a Primo photopatterning system. The facility is overseen by Yuan Cai; and Michael McCaffery. It is managed by Ms. Felicia Chang <fchang15@jhu.edu>.


There is dedicated 432 square foot room for 3D bioprinting and the cell culture which includes one 6 ft laminar flow hoods, a sink, inverted microscope, centrifuge, and two incubators.



Biosafety:  Our core is BL2 approved, but the printer itself, while not BL2 qualified, does not carry a  BL2 risk, as it does not have aerosol or high splash potential that increases the risk of personnel exposure. The instrument incorporates automated motion controlled by computer in a clean, isolated  bench.



Those who are interested in using any of our printers should contact Ms. Felicia Chang <fchang15@jhu.edu>; or Michael McCaffery <jmccaffery@jhu.edu>.


Johns Hopkins University • Integrated Imaging Center • 3400 N. Charles Street • Dunning Hall • Baltimore, MD 21218 • Phones • Office: (410) 516-3321 • Laboratory: (410) 516-8042 • FAX: (410) 516-5213

Cellink BioX

LumenX

PRIMO