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Regenerative Medicine Symposium - Charite University Medicine Berlin - Dec 2019

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  • Regenerative Medicine Symposium - Charite University Medicine Berlin - Dec 2019

    We are delighted to invite you to join us at the upcoming 10th BSRT symposium!

    Mission of the symposium
    Much like an intergalactic traveler is dependent on a precise understanding of space and time, regenerative medicine aims at navigating safely through the intricate spatiotemporal microenvironments that determines successful healing.
    In this year’s symposium, we aim to explore the different manifestations of this trend and its significance in the future of regenerative research from a multi-facetted perspective. Playfully following the theme of “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” throughout the sessions, we would like to link different aspects of regenerative medicine such as biomaterials or immunology to futuristic scenarios and references from science fiction and pop culture.
    We provide an environment for young researchers to share their findings and to explore how better spatiotemporal control over healing biology could make these scenarios become reality. In addition, transporting workshops on various topics relevant to spatiotemporal control in regenerative therapies will be offered on the first day of the symposium by leading companies of the respective fields.

    For further information please visit our website at bsrt-symposium.charite.de.
    Click here to register
    Keynote Hitchhikers are:
    • Luiz Bertassoni (Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, USA)
    • Cole DeForest (University of Washington, Seattle, USA)
    • Marco Demaria (European Institute for the Biology of Aging, Groningen, Netherlands)
    • Holger Gerhardt (Max-Delbrück-Centrum for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany)
    • Robert Guldberg (University of Oregon, Portland, USA)
    • Zoltán Ivics (Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, Langen, Germany)
    • Wolfgang Kastenmüller (Julius-Maximilians-Universität, Würzburg, Germany)
    • Sandra Loerakker (Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands)
    • Nicole Meisner-Kober (Salzburg University, Salzburg, Austria)
    Early bird registration *
    Deadline 31st July 2019
    Fee 70€

    Late registration *
    Deadline 15th September 2019
    Fee 130€

    Workshop**
    Fee 40€
    * Registration fee covers the symposium attendance, a welcome package, all meals and refreshments, the Symposium Dinner
    ** Not open for registration yet; registration opening will be notified to already registered participants. Please note that the workshops will run in parallel so registration is only possible to one of the workshops; and that number of places will be limited.


    Kindly supported by the "Verein der Freunde und Förderer der Berliner Charité"
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