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BSRT-Symposium - Merging Ecosystems: The Road to Sustainability in Regenerative Medicine

28.11.2022 - 02.12.2022


We, as young researchers, cordially invite you to join our 13th Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies (Charité) Symposium, with this year's theme being ‘Merging ecosystems: the road to sustainability in regenerative medicine’. In keeping the spirit, we decided to host it online and draw attention to the analogy between the endangered ecosystems and translational research.

Join us on our expedition through the jungles, deserts and oceans of our planet to discover the newest developments in Regenerative Medicine, with keynote speakers from around the world. Present your own research ideas and discoveries in a poster or talk in one of our sessions:

  • Immunology (One ocean to link them all)
  • Biomaterials (Less soil pollution, more biomaterials solution)
  • Molecular Biology (In the middle of the desert)
  • Organoids and Organs-on-a-Chip (Expedition to the jungle of disease and development)
  • Computational biology (Forecasting the climate change)
  • Clinical research (How volcano eruption-like clinical breakthroughs change the system)



Early bird until

31st August 2022

Early career scientists – 20€

Senior scientists – 30€



For early carrier scientists

1st October 2022

Find out more at bsrt-symposium.de




Madalena Cipriano – University of Tübingen, Germany

Hans Clevers – Utrecht University, Netherlands

Matthew Dalby – University of Glasgow, UK

Silvia Faré – Politecnico Milano, Italy

Nikolaos Frangogiannis – Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NY, USA

Peter Giannoudis – University of Leeds, UK

Enrique Gómez-Barrena – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Maria José Gómez Benito – University of Zaragoza, Spain

Damien Lacroix – University of Sheffield, UK

Uwe Marx – TissUse, Germany

Søren Paludan Sheikh– Odense University Hospital, Denmark

Filipe Pereira – Lund University, Sweden

Sigmar Stricker – Freie Universität, Germany

Doris Taylor – Texas Heart Institute, USA

Sabine Werner – ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Ludovic Vallier – Berlin Health Institute at Charité, Germany