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Event

01.04.2019 To 02.04.2019

Mechanobiology in vivo - Bone healing: models and monitoring in rodents

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This practical course is designed for researchers who intend to use small animal models to study bone healing. Participants will receive hands-on experience and are offered the unique possibility to learn and train the surgical procedures necessary for different fixation techniques in mice and rats, including both intra- and extramedullary implants.

Accreditation applied for (in the past: 13 ATF points for veterinarians and 17 CME points for clinicians)

Topics

  • Rat/mouse models to study bone and bone defect healing
  • Bone fixation techniques - including surgical approaches of both, intra- and extramedullary implants
  • Video demonstrations and “hands on” training
  • Evaluation and monitoring methods of the bone healing progress
  • Tips, tricks & pitfalls of surgical procedure
  • Discussion of study design
  • Discussion of future developments

Participants

This practical course is designed for researchers who intend to use small animal models to study bone healing. Each participant may choose whether to learn about rat or mouse models.

In this course participants will receive hands-on experience and are offered the unique possibility to learn and train the surgical procedures necessary for different fixation techniques in mice and rats, including both intra- and extramedullary implants under the guidance of scientific experts from the Julius Wolff Institute who have long-standing professional experience in small animal surgery. We offer to share 15 years of experience in animal studies.

Participants will also learn about the analytical methods used at the Julius Wolff Institute, one of the major research institutions focused on bone healing in Germany and worldwide. 

Registration & Registration Fee

€ 930 including tax, course book, dinner, meals & drinks 

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Organizational and administrative matters

Event organizer:

Georg Duda - Julius Wolff Institut
Katharina Schmidt-Bleek - Julius Wolff Institut
Agnes Ellinghaus - Julius Wolff Institut
Romano Matthys - RISystem AG

Time:

Monday, 1st of April 2019 - 12:00 to 19:00
Tuesday, 2nd of April 2019 - 8:45 to 18:30

Venue/location:

Julius Wolff Institut
Föhrerstr. 15
13353 Berlin
Seminar Room 0.0043

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