DFG supports the Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine on “Tissue regeneration, wound healing and fibrosis:

07/23/2017

Translating basic concepts into regenerative therapy” taking place from Oct. 15 - 17, 2017 organized by the CMMC at the Medical Campus, University of Cologne.

 

It is our great pleasure to announce the 33rd Ernst Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine 2017 on "Tissue regeneration, wound healing and fibrosis: Translating basic concepts into regenerative therapy" taking place from Oct. 15 - 17, 2017 at the Medical Campus of the University of Cologne, Germany.

The meeting is shaping up to one of the most exciting meetings in the field of tissue repair and regeneration in 2017. As the meeting stands so far it brings together an outstanding and diverse group of scientists at the forefront of repair and regeneration research who will share and discuss the latest advances in the following sessions:

  • Exploring molecular concepts of cell renewal and stem cell function in tissue maintenance and repair
  • Mechanismen of cellular communication in tissue regeneration, repair and fibrosis
  • New strategies of targeting the immune response in tissue remodeling

  • Challenges and perspectives for translating scientific discoveries in regenerative medicine



For further information, please visit the webpage of the Klenk Symposium 2017:
http://www.cmmc-uni-koeln.de/events/ernst-klenk-symposium/ernst-klenk-symposium-2017/

Participation in the Klenk Symposium is free of charge!
We are very pleased to inform you, that the participation in the Klenk Symposium is free of charge. Due to organizational reasons free online registration is required under: http://www.cmmc-uni-koeln.de/events/ernst-klenk-symposium/ernst-klenk-symposium-2017/registration/


The annual Ernst Klenk symposium is the premier biomedical science meeting of the University of Cologne and the University Hospital Cologne organized by the Center for Molecular Medicine Cologne (CMMC) that attracts scientists, physicians and particularly students from Universities all over Germany and the neighboring countries. The attendance is usually over 360 participants. The symposia are well-known for the excellent presentations of the invited well-renowned experts in the field including their active participation, the intense scientific discussions and the possibility for scientific networking. Following the tradition of sharing the lastet ongoing biomedical research acitvitites the participation in the Klnek symposium is free of charge.

We are gratefully acknowledge the support by the DFG.