Fabien Guillemot
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  • Phone : +33 5 57 57 14 95
  • Location : Bordeaux, France
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Fabien Guillemot Assistant Professor, Tissue Engineering and Biofabrication

Course and current status


Habilitation in Biological and Medical Sciences, University of Bordeaux, France (2009).

PhD in Materials Science, National Institute for Applied Sciences (INSA) Rennes, France (2000).

MS in Solid State and Inorganic Chemistry, INSA Rennes, France (1998).


2009 – Present: Head of the group Tissue Engineering Assisted by Laser (TEAL) (INSERM U1026 – U. Bordeaux).

2005 – Present: Assistant Research Professor INSERM.

2010 (Mar-Jul): Visitor at Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory, Prof. D.J. Mooney – Harvard Univ. (USA).

2001 2005: Post-doctoral fellowship. University of Bordeaux, INSERM U577 Biomaterials and Tissue Repair. Mentor: Prof. Ch. Baquey.

2005 (Jan.): Visitor at Depart. de Física Aplicada i Òptica, Prof. J.L. Morenza – Univ. Barcelona (Spain).

2004 (Feb-Apr): Visitor at the Research Group in Biomaterials and Biomechanics, Prof. L’H. Yahia - Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal (Canada).

1989 2000: Graduate Research Assistant, INSA Rennes, Metallurgy and Chemistry Department. Study and development of new Titanium alloys for biomedical applications. Mentor: Prof. J. Debuigne.

1998: Master fellowship, INSA Rennes, Metallurgy and Chemistry Department, Microstructural characterization of new beta titanium alloys. Mentor: Prof. J. Debuigne.

1997: EU Erasmus fellowship, University of Exeter (England), Dept. of Inorganic Chemistry, Mentor: Dr. R.C.T Slade.

Scientific summary

Development and applications of microfabrication technologies for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medecine.

Specific topics include physical study of Laser-Assisted Biopriting (LAB) using time-resolved imaging, and its applications for cell patterning, in vivo bioprinting and biofabrication of 3D bone structures.

He is Board Member of the ISBF (International Society for Biofabrication) and Member of TERMIS (Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Society), ESB (European Society for Biomaterials) and BIOMAT (French Society for Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medecine).

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