Research Unit "Regeneration in Aged"
The Research Unit aims to understand the basic mechanisms that hamper the otherwise effective healing process along the two pathways of early immune response and re-constitution of mechanical competence by means of aging.
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Events organised in conneciton to the Research Unit
14.06.2018 To 15.06.2018
Advanced therapies in musculoskeletal regeneration: Novel strategies and challenges for regeneration in compromised patients"
10 years Julius Wolff Institute
In musculoskeletal research, a number of emerging fields have great impact on translational science: Active shaping of the inflammatory cascades to enhance regeneration appears possible, mechano-biological cues can be employed at multiple length scales to enable regeneration and substantial knowledge can be gained on in vivo loads and friction at metallic interfaces.
11.06.2015 To 13.06.2015
International Symposium on Bone Regeneration (ISBR)
Crosstalk in Bone Regeneration
The ISBR joins a wide range of scientists who are specialist in their own fields, aiming to understand the complexity of bone regeneration. At the ISBR scientists want to explore the relationships and interdependence between immune reactions, cell-matrix interactions and the role of progenitor and stem cells in bone healing.