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    Dear Friends in the Biomechanical Community,

    To celebrate 10 years of research at the Center for Musculoskeletal
    Surgery, Charité - Universitaetsmedizin Berlin, we would like to invite
    you to join us for the conference in Berlin over the
    period of the World Cup quarter finals:


    The Interaction of Mechanics and Biology in Knee Joint
    Restoration and Regeneration

    From cells to limbs – multi-scale approaches for
    clinical applications

    Wednesday 28th June – Friday 30th June 2006

    to be held in English in the Kaiserin-Friedrich buildings, Berlin.

    With an outstanding faculty, including some 25 invited professors and
    experts in their field, committed to presenting up-to-date research
    results, as well as providing in-depth scientific discussion, this
    meeting aims to define the current status and concepts of regeneration
    in the knee joint.

    For more detailed information please visit the website at

    The event also includes a full evening of celebration entertainment
    whilst cruising the waterways of Berlin on Thursday 29th June on the
    "Spreekrone", all included within the price of registration. In
    addition, the quarter finals of the world cup will be shown on the
    Friday evening on a big screen in the friendly atmosphere of the
    World Cup Capital!

    The Center for Musculoskeletal Surgery looks forward to welcoming you
    to Berlin.

    Prof Dr. med. N. P. Haas,

    Prof Dr. med. C. Perka and

    Prof Dr.-Ing G. N. Duda

    Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg N. Duda
    Musculoskeletal Research Center Berlin
    Center for Musculoskeletal Surgery
    Charité - Universitaetsmedizin Berlin
    Free and Humboldt-University of Berlin
    Augustenburger Platz 1
    D-13353 Berlin, Germany
    tel: +49 30 4505 59079
    fax: +49 30 4505 59969