Interview: Roman Bauer On The Future Of Cryopreservation

Computational neuroscience models and analyzed neural tissues during development and degeneration

Roman Bauer — neuroscience, AI, cancer research and cryopreservation

Roman Bauer and a picture of his work in Modeling Retinal Cryopreservation. The retina is an extension of the brain: understanding better how it works will help us to master the brain as a whole.

How and when did you get interested in cryopreservation?

How is cryopreservation currently used? And how could it be used in the future?

Cryopreservation research — Image Credit : futura-science

What are the challenges connected with cryopreservation and why is it so hard to achieve thawing on more complex tissues?

How is AI and machine learning helping us solve these challenges?

Computational analysis and modeling can help us study and understand diseases

In your opinion and knowledge, how far are we from finally succeeding?

Speaking of human cryopreservation, when and how did you meet this topic for the first time?

What are the consequences connected with the success of thawing and revival?

How could organ and human cryopreservation improve our society?

Biostasis and organ banks could be great tools towards equality. But how do we make sure we go in the right direction?

How would the healthcare system change if people in need of organs could count on an organ bank?

If you could make people reflect about something, what would it be?

Roman Bauer at Biostasis2021




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