29 November 2022


Land of opportunities: basic research setting the foundation for regenerative medicine

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Less soil pollution, more biomaterials solution: An ecological medicine based on biodegradable technologies

13:10 - 13:15
Less soil pollution, more biomaterials solution: An ecological medicine based on biodegradable technologies
13:15 – 14:00
Matthew Dalby
| University of Glasgow
Nanoscale control of mesenchymal stromal cell growth and differentiation
14:00 – 14:45
Silvia Faré
| Politecnico Milano
Natural thermo-responsive hydrogels for regenerative medicine applications
14:45 – 15:00
Patterned hydrogels with spatially tunable biophysical and biochemical properties to guide 3D stem cell response and osteogenesis
Claudia Garrido | Julius Wolff Institute at Charité-University Hospital Berlin
15:00 – 15:15
Versatile and automated parallel bioreactor platform combining perfusion and PEMF stimulation for bone tissue engineering applications
Beatrice Masante | Politecnico di Torino
15:15 – 16:15
Coffee Break and Poster Session

In the middle of the desert: Molecular biology's essential grain of sand on the road to regeneration

16:15-16:20
In the middle of the desert: Molecular biology's essential grain of sand on the road to regeneration
16:20 – 17:05
Sigmar Stricker | Freie Universität Berlin
Functions of fibro-adipogenic progenitors in development and regeneration
17:05 – 17:50
Sabine Werner | ETH Zurich
Parallels between wound repair and cancer – a fibroblast perspective
17:50 – 18:05
Traumatic spinal cord injury suppresses overall bone metabolism in a murine model
Adibeh Rahmani | Julius Wolff Institute at Charité-University Hospital Berlin
18:05 – 18:20
Identifying reprogramming factors protecting hepatocytes from NAFLD via functional-to-single cell transcriptomic CRISPR screens
Julian Weihs | Charité-University Hospital Berlin
18:20
Closing
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