The second BIH Symposium intends to explore mechanisms of in situ tissue repair – from molecules to organs – highlighting the emerging concept that health and disease span a continuum of decreasing repair capacities. New avenues for disease treatment hinge on understanding and modulating the mechanisms governing tissue repair.
Learning from and harnessing the body’s natural repair mechanisms will guide the development of advanced-therapy medicinal products and of selective replacement and rejuvenation strategies.
Confirmed speakers are:
Kristin Baldwin (TSRI, USA)
René Bernards (NKI, Netherlands)
Mina J. Bissell (LBNL, USA)
Don Cleveland (UCSD, USA)
Maike Sander (UCSD, USA)
Jan van Deursen (Mayo Clinic, USA)
Erwin Wagner (CNIO, Spain)
Marius Wernig (Stanford University, USA)
Maximina Yun (TU Dresden, German)
Information on participating / attending:
Submit your abstract by January 10, 2018 if you are a scientist or clinician at any career stage working on innovative projects with potential relevance for translation and systems medicine.
Abstract submission is open to all research fields. The scientific organizing committee will review all abstracts and invite the most exciting contributions for oral presentations or poster
03/16/2018 09:00 - 03/17/2018 15:00
Reinhardtstraßenhöfe, Conference and Congress Center
Scientists and scholars
Types of events:
Conference / symposium / (annual) conference
Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event59277
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