Unified Scientific Approaches towards Regenerative Orthopaedics and Dentistry
Please find attached the programme of our Biohydrogels Workshop which will take place in Nantes (France) on March 5th & 6th, 2015.
You can find practical information on the workshop at this address: www.univ-nantes.fr/biohydrogels-workshop
Please note that a limited number of poster display boards will be available during the workshop (maximum size 90cmx200cm). If you’d like to present your results, please inform us during your registration and we will let you know if boards are available
Feel free to forward this annoucement to colleagues involved in hydrogel medical and pharmaceutical research areas. Registration for the workshop is free, but mandatory before February 25th to attend the meeting (coffee breaks and dinner on March 5th are included in the registration). Register by E mail to Valerie.Pecqueret@univ-nantes.fr
The Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials society is organizing its annual meeting in the 3rd most beautiful small town in Europe.
It is also the city with the greatest number of winter Olympic champions.
We are pleased to invite you to the meeting where we shall address “The Design of Biomaterials” from May 6 to May 8 in Sigulda, Latvia.
Abstracts are being accepted up to January 15.
In view of a last year obtained grant on cell-based bone regeneration, Dr. J. Van den Beucken is organising a masterclass on Friday October 30, 2015 on this topic with several renowned speakers with a background in the different areas (e.g. cell biology, cell-cell interactions, osteogenic/chondrogenic differentiation, and translational research toward the clinic) related to this field:
Prof. Richard Oreffo (University of Southampton, UK)
New strategies for bone repair – harnessing skeletal stem cells and environmental niches through to the clinic
Prof. Sabine Fuchs (Universitätsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein, DE)
Outgrowth endothelial cells for bone vascularization strategies: from cellular interactions to biomaterial applications
Prof. Ivan Martin (University Hospital of Basel, CH)
Evolution of bone tissue engineering strategies
Prof. Pierre Layrolle (University of Nantes, FR)
The REBORNE project – Regenerating bone defects using new biomedical engineering approaches
Registration fee: 50 euro (including lunch, drinks & snacks). Maximum number of attendants: 35.
(additional information: http://www.rimls.nl/events/others/masterclass-cell-based-bone-regeneration/).
Call for symposia and abstracts
We would like to invite you to participate in the International Congress for modern bone regeneration including cartilage, tendons and ligaments, bone tec 2015, by submitting your symposia proposals and abstracts under www.bone-tec.com (online submission only).
Presentations will be selected from submitted proposals/abstracts on one of the main scientific topics of the congress:
- scaffolds, matrices
- drug release systems
- cells and growth factors
- bone regeneration
- cartilage engineering
- bioreactors and cell-printing technology
- clinical applications
Open file : BoneTec_2015