Clara L. Hedegaard, a PhD in the Mata Group, will present a poster on her recent research into “Combining self-assembly of hierarchical synthetic extracellular matrices with microscale control of bioprinting” at the TERMIS (Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society) European Chapter Meeting 2017 from 26 – 30 June, in Davos, Switzerland with the theme “Personalized Therapies for Regenerative Medicine”.
“Davos is the premier congress city in the Alps hosting the World Economic Forum annually since 1971 along with the AO Foundation’s education courses for orthopedic trauma surgeons since the early 60’s. Davos is a Science city hosting four international research institutes, several clinics for patient treatment and its own hospital. Set in an inspiring alpine landscape, where spring is currently awaking in the high altitudes.” – TERMIS-EU 2017: www.termis.org/eu2017/
“To accomplish its mission, the Society brings together the international community of persons engaged or interested in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine and promotes education and research within the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine through regular meetings, publications and other forms of communication. The Society also serves as an international forum to promote the informed discussion of challenges and therapeutic benefits of the application of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine technologies.” – TERMIS: www.termis.org/about.php