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Upcoming Events by the Julius Wolff Institute
04.07.2019 To 06.07.2019
Spine Loading and Deformation
3rd International Workshop 2019
Researchers in health care, biological sciences, biomechanics and ergonomics will discuss their recent studies on spine. The topics will cover trunk loads, postures and motions, tissue mechanical tolerance, biological responses to mechanical load, failure and pain generation, measurements and model studies in sports, occupational and daily living tasks.
12.11.2019 To 13.11.2019
Animal experiments in science
This course is optional for doctoral researchers at the BSRT
In Life Science the step from the petry dish towards a clinical application often includes animal experiments.
Upcoming Events in the Research Network
04.07.2019 To 04.07.2019
Lecture Series Linked in Regeneration
Martin Hoogduijn (Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, NL)
Mesencymal stromal cells; Immunomodulation, Regeneration, and Immunogenicity
03.12.2019 To 06.12.2019
The Hitchhicker's Guide to regenerative Therapies: The Role of Space and Time in Healing Processes
BSRT Symposium 2019
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.