How can bone healing be improved? Which goals are to be achieved for pending researches? And how can stem cells be used for bone healing? These and further questions are going to be a matter of
interest at the BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT 2019.
Representatives of industry, research and the clinical sector meet to share their knowledge, experiences and innovative ideas to explore solutions that address the needs of people affected by the issue of bone healing. The BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT is driven by the Interreg projects BFCC and BONEBANK as well as the Northopedics network that is funded by the Land Schleswig-Holstein.
The BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT 2019 takes place at the 13th and 14th February at the Media Docks in Lübeck, Germany.
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Currently, bone and bone fragments with valuable stem cells are disposed as waste material during fracture-related routine operations. However, these stem cells have a high potential for
regenerative therapies as for instance in the treatment of bone fractures.
BONEBANK aims at harvesting these stem cells with new instruments and methods and to store them in a cross-border biobank.
Therefore, this useful resource can be used for therapeutic purposes or for the development of new therapies.
BONEBANK addresses various target audiences:
BONEBANK creates the preconditions for a diverse field of
applications of stem cells in the process of bone healing: