Bone healing has been at the forefront of regenerative medicine since decades and yet, its intricacies and complexities are still elusive. To tackle this extremely fascinating and always growing field, interdiscliplinary exchange is crucial to meet the needs of both animal and human patients. To emphasize the importance of the collaborative efforts of multiple disciplines, the conference will be framed within the One Health initiative. The idea behind it is to connect medical, industrial and research professionals. Experts and young researchers from human and veterinary medicine as well as industry and biomedical research will use this platform to share their knowledge, findings and experiences during the talks and poster sessions. These seemingly different communities will be brought together to hold open discussions on the topic, where the field stands today and how can they learn from each other.
The aim of the conference is not only to bring young researchers and experts closer together, but also fostering an active exchange between different disciplines. Is the work we are doing unrelated or can we in fact learn from each other to build a multidisciplinary approach to confront the challenges of bone healing?
The participants will broaden their knowledge about bone healing and catch sight of the current open questions and future collaborative possibilities within this fascinating area.
Are you a junior researcher / PhD or doctoral candidate / postdoctoral researcher of the Univeristy of Zurich, whose work is related to bone healing?
Do you want to promote your work, share new ideas and take part in discussions while networking and meeting new people?
Then do so with a poster! Let the others know about your work!
Contact the organizer directly or write the optional message in the registration form below!
Deadline for the poster registration: 5th of November 2018.
Funding by the UZH Graduate Campus via a GRC Grant is gratefully acknowledged.