International Symposium on Bone Regeneration ISBR
The Julius Wolff Institute hosted for the first time the International Symposium on Bone Regeneration ISBR as a continuation of previous events on bone regeneration. The international participants from three continents were impressed by the diversity and quality of the speakers and already asked for a continuation of this event.
For the first time at such a congress a Graphical Illustrator recorded the most important contents of the lectures during the symposium. Participants gathered at these drawings to photograph the graphics and discuss the content together.
The winners of the poster prizes were determined by ballots filled in by the congress participants. First prize went to Evi Lippens for her poster entitled Opposing growth factor gradients to create distinct tissue patterning, second prize to Claudia Schlundt for her contribution Impact of the adaptive immune system in bone fracture healing, both from the JWI. Third prize went to Paul Rikeit from the Institute of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the FU Berlin for his poster The Hippo pathway relays mechanical forces into BMP-Smad signaling. We congratulate the award winners and thank all those who helped us to prepare and hold this conference!
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