Technology Transfer Workshop on Regenerative Medicine Held in Leipzig
Regenerative medicine is also becoming increasingly important in Germany as a source of hope in medicine. Efficient technology transfer can make a significant contribution to ensuring that patients can soon benefit from these innovations.
In a follow-up event to the World Conference on Regenerative Medicine 2009 on 30 October in Leipzig (www.wcrm-leipzig.com), the results of the first interdisciplinary conference on technology transfer (held at the end of April 2009 in Heidelberg, www.biodeutschland.org/tt-2009/TT_2009_Documentation.pdf) are to be further developed, using regenerative medicine as an example. The unique background of those participating in the conference should provide a platform for contacts and facilitate an interdisciplinary exchange of views and experience. The objective of this further meeting is to analyse the product value-added chain of regenerative medicine with you.
The organiser and host of this working meeting is the Translational Centre for Regenerative Medicine in Leipzig (TRM). BIO Deutschland is co-organising the event.
There will be a dinner for participants on the evening before the meeting, that is, on 29 October, during which Hans-Jörg Meisel, Professor at the Bergmannstrost BG Clinics in Halle, will give an introduction to the development and importance of regenerative medicine. After the dinner, there will be an opportunity to visit the transparent laboratory run by Vita 34 AG and to talk with other invited guests. This evening event has been made possible by the support of BioCity Leipzig and BioSaxony.
Further information is available from the BIO Deutschland office (tel: +49-30-3450593-30, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). Please note that there is a limited number of places. Latest date for registration: 16 October 2009.