Symposium: iPS Based Cell Therapies- From Bench to Bedside
For many years the Research Center for Translational Regenerative Medicine REBIRTH (“From Regenerative Biology to Reconstructive Therapy”) has promoted the scientific exchange in the field of regenerative therapies through regular lecture events.
The REBIRTH colloquium takes place every month, Wednesday at 1 pm. Additionally, special lectures of invited external lecturers take place within the scope of the colloquium.
The colloquium serves as a discussion forum of 'REBIRTH' and is not only supposed to promote the initiation of external cooperations, but rather internal (and interdisciplinary) cooperations. Therefore, in addition to external lecturers, both REBIRTH members and scientists of related research fields present current data and projects.
Scientific afternoons organized by the Department of Cardiothoracic, Transplantation and Vascular Surgery (HTTG) take place every two months on Wednesday at 5 p.m.. The usual venue is lecture hall N of the MHH (near the library). The goal of these meetings is to stimulate improved communication between clinicians and research personnel. Reports are presented by members of HTTG, LEBAO, the Lung Transplantation Unit, or foreign guests who have been invited to present their research. There is typically one report on a clinical topic and one report on a research topic.
Please find further information on past events here.