David Chimene
David Chimene
Graduate Student at Texas A&M University
Verified email at tamu.edu - Homepage
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Two‐dimensional nanomaterials for biomedical applications: emerging trends and future prospects
D Chimene, DL Alge, AK Gaharwar
Advanced Materials 27 (45), 7261-7284, 2015
3152015
Advanced bioinks for 3D printing: a materials science perspective
D Chimene, KK Lennox, RR Kaunas, AK Gaharwar
Annals of biomedical engineering 44 (6), 2090-2102, 2016
2212016
Nanoengineered ionic–covalent entanglement (NICE) bioinks for 3D bioprinting
D Chimene, CW Peak, JL Gentry, JK Carrow, LM Cross, E Mondragon, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (12), 9957-9968, 2018
542018
Clickable PEG hydrogel microspheres as building blocks for 3D bioprinting
S Xin, D Chimene, JE Garza, AK Gaharwar, DL Alge
Biomaterials science 7 (3), 1179-1187, 2019
332019
Hydrogel bioink reinforcement for additive manufacturing: a focused review of emerging strategies
D Chimene, R Kaunas, AK Gaharwar
Advanced materials 32 (1), 1902026, 2020
232020
Nanoengineered osteoinductive bioink for 3D bioprinting bone tissue
D Chimene, L Miller, LM Cross, MK Jaiswal, I Singh, AK Gaharwar
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 12 (14), 15976-15988, 2020
32020
Conditioning of 3D Printed Nanoengineered Ionic–Covalent Entanglement Scaffolds with iP‐hMSCs Derived Matrix
C Sears, E Mondragon, ZI Richards, N Sears, D Chimene, EP McNeill, ...
Advanced Healthcare Materials, 1901580, 2020
2020
Nanocomposite Ionic-Covalent Entanglement Reinforcement Mechanism and Hydrogel
AK Gaharwar, D Chimene
US Patent App. 16/493,459, 2020
2020
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