Future Medicine 2017

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What’s trending? What’s new in health science? To find out, please save the date for the second Future Medicine in Berlin on November 7, 2017.

Tagesspiegel and Berlin Institute of Health, together with Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, will feature outstanding international scientists, great visions of the future of medicine, and an exceptional concentration of knowledge.
The four sessions of Future Medicine 2017 will be:
  • Digital Health and Big Data
  • Precision Medicine and Predictive Models
  • Cell and Gene Therapies
  • Stem Cells and Human Disease Modeling

Simon Moosburner, a student of medicine interested in regenerative medicine and future technologies, will talk about “Virtual & Mixed Reality: The Next Milestone in Surgery?” at Future Medicine 2017.

21. Chirurgischen Forschungstage

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The 21. Chirurgischen Forschungstage took place in Cologne. Five of our students gave terrific presentations:
S. Moosburner gave an oral presentation on „Steatotic Liver Transplantation – a Growing Problem with Severe Complications“, H. Everwien on „Different biological scffolds as a platform for engineering an endocrine Neo-Pancreas by using decellularization and recellularization techniques“, M. Noesser on „A comprehensive description of the development of a stable closed circuit for ex vivo rat liver machine perfusion“, R. Horner on „Is Percoll purifcation necessary for isolation of primary human hepatocytes?“, and N. Seiffert on „Recellularization of Decellularized Bovine Carotid Arteries using Human Endothelial Progenitor Cells: One Step towards an Autologous Bypass Graft“.

ESOT 2017: The future of transplantation

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The ESOT YPT Workshop and its Presidential Debate gives you a chance to engage with a variety of speakers in a lively ‘town hall’ format, as well as connecting with other young transplant professionals from around the world. The session will begin with talks from three key presenters on the past, present, and future of transplantation and open Q&As with each presenter.



09:00– 10:35 - The future of transplantation: 3 lectures on Past, Present and Future

CHAIRS: Alice Koenig, Lyon, France
Thomas Resch, Innsbruck, Austria

09:05 Lecture: The future of transplantation - Historical Perspective
Sir Roy Calne, Cambridge, United Kingdom

09:25 Open Q&A with Roy Calne

09:35 Lecture: The future of transplantation - Present perspective
Jan Lerut, Brussels, Belgium

09:55 Open Q&A with Jan Lerut

10:05 Lecture: The future of transplantation - Future perspective
Igor Sauer, Berlin, Germany

10:25 Open Q&A with Igor Sauer