DFG Collaborative Research Centre 1444
This Collaborative Research Centre Directed Cellular Self‐Organisation to Advance Bone Regeneration aims to unravel the basic mechanisms that differentiate between success and failure in regeneration of musculoskeletal tissue using bone healing as a role model.
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International Symposia for Senior and Early Career Scientists
28.11.2022 To 02.12.2022
Merging Ecosystems: The Road to Sustainability in Regenerative Medicine
BSRT Online Symposium 2022
We, as young researchers, cordially invite you to join our 13th Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies (Charité) Symposium, with this year's theme being ‘Merging ecosystems: the road to sustainability in regenerative medicine’. In keeping the spirit, we decided to host it online and draw attention to the analogy between the endangered ecosystems and translational research.
04.10.2022 To 05.10.2022
2nd International Symposium on Bone Regeneration (ISBR)
SFB 1444 Symposium on Crosstalk in Bone Regeneration
The DFG CRC 1444 “Directed Cellular Self‐Organization to Advance Bone Regeneration” aims to unravel the basic mechanisms that differentiate between success and failure in regeneration of musculoskeletal tissue using bone healing as a role model. In particular, we want to investigate the interdependencies of inflammation, metabolism and mechanics in cellular self‐organization during the process of bone regeneration.”
29.11.2021 To 03.12.2021
A Deep Dive into Science: Swimming through the Seven Seas of Regenerative Medicine
BSRT Online Symposium 2021
A diver´s experience is certainly one of exploration and discovery, very much like the career of a scientist in the field of regenerative medicine. You know you are in for a great dive as you enter the depths of the ocean and reach the fascinating, yet also sometimes terrifying, creatures that lurk underwater.
11.06.2015 To 13.06.2015
1st International Symposium on Bone Regeneration (ISBR)
FOR 2165 Symposium on 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.