The Charité BIH Entrepreneurship Summit is a preeminent international cross-disciplinary forum for sharing and exploring the most important discoveries and emerging trends influencing the future of healthcare around the world.
Every year in May over 400 global leaders in healthcare innovation, including entrepreneurs, scientists, physicians, investors, policymakers, and business leaders convene at the Charité BIH Entrepreneurship Summit in the vibrant German capital of Berlin. We offer our participants a one-of-a-kind opportunity to meet with world-class specialists working at Charité & MDC, to build relationships with prominent international partners and experts working in the healthcare industry, and to help grow businesses.
This year's 10th Charité Entrepreneurship Summit will again take place at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities on May 8 - 9, 2017. The Summit is significantly supported by the Berlin Institute of Health and focusses on 'Global Challenges of Healthcare'. Israel will be the official partner country for the Summit 2017. We are looking forward to learning more about the Israeli innovation & start-up culture, funding opportunities and challenges in Healthcare.
The Summit's two-day agenda will address a wide variety of topical issues including change of innovation culture, healthy aging & degenerative diseases, virtual reality and mental health. In addition, the Summit will seek to engage participants in lively discussions about business, science and the intersection of the two. Startups and Entrepreneurs are invited to apply for the LifeSciences VentureMarket, a platform to present their companies to a pool of international angels, venture investors, and corporate funds at this year's Summit.
‘Transforming Transplantation: The Expert Summit 2013’ is taking place in Madrid on the 21-22 November.
The main objective of the summit is to provide a cutting-edge educational opportunity to discuss and learn about new developments in the field from transplantation experts.
The Science Circuses are located at each end of the Exhibition Area. You will find the Mini-Theatres for the Mini-Oral Sessions here as well as the Poster Lounges and the Web Stations. Science Circus I includes Mini-Theatres 1 – 5; Science Circus II includes Mini-Theatres 6 – 10. In each Science Circus you will find Web Stations where you can access the web as well as the ePosters.
Via wireless headphones and dedicated channels for each mini-theater this is – to our knowledge – the first successful concept for mini-oral presentations!
Thanks to m-events and Interplan for the tremendous support!
The LOC would like to thank all participants for a tremendous 24th International Congress of The Transplantation Society in Berlin!
2268 abstracts were submitted and more than 4800 delegates from 94 countries attended the congress!
The Postgraduate Weekend offered 14 workshops with 45 speakers. Beside 29 Sunrise Symposia with 103 Speakers, 34 State of the Art Sessions with 138 speakers and five Plenary Sessions (16 speakers) we had 53 sessions with 465 oral presentations and 37 sessions with 287 mini oral presentations !
Furthermore, we would like to thank Astrid Enke, Lena Dochat and Stefanie Rensch (Interplan) and the technical experts at m-Events for their excellent work !
As Science and Medicine is nothing without vivid life we would like to thank Rotfront, Berlin Comedian Harmonists and the Capital Dance Orchestra for their memorable performances!
All the great photos by Jan Pauls.
The organ sculptures were made by Jan Pareike.
Prof. Dr. Gustav Steinhoff, congress president of the XXXIX. ESAO Congress, invites you to Rostock on September 26th – 29th, 2012. The venue of the ESAO 2012 congress is the Academy of Music and Theatre, which resides in an old monastery in the city centre.
The motto of the ESAO Congress 2012 will be “from replacement to regeneration – from science to clinic”. The current state of organ assist and organ support allows for a rapidly advancing clinical practice for several hundred thousand patients worldwide.
The scientific program committee did select 59 keynote lectures of renowned international experts, 131 selected oral presentations and 101 poster presentations from worldwide scientific contributors. Nine poster presentations were selected for short oral presentation. We provide a clear program structure by highlighting one special organ system each congress day: heart/cardiovascular (Chair: G. Steinhoff) , liver (Chair: S. Mitzner) and kidney (Chair: W. Ramlow). The program comprises 45 oral and 2 poster sessions with cardiovascular, dialysis, biomaterials and apheresis topics (www.esao2012.org). Above all the congress program integrates aspects of both basic science and clinical development with a clear focus on translation and clinical practice. We intend to host you on an excellent and exciting congress by inviting outstanding experts and by giving young and promising clinicians and scientists the opportunity to present their work. Especially for young scientists there will be one day for yESAO activities (Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012). Industry symposia, a poster exhibition and an industrial exhibition will complete the congress program.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Rostock 2012.
The 2010 Lindau Meeting took place from June 27 till July 2. The 3rd interdisciplinary meeting brought together more than 650 young researchers from around the globe with 59 Nobel Laureates from the fields of physiology or medicine, physics and chemistry.
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings provide a globally recognised forum for the transfer of knowledge between generations of scientists. They inspire and motivate Nobel Laureates and international Best Talents. Lectures of Nobel Laureates reflect current scientific topics and present relevant fields of research of the future. In panel discussions, seminars and during the various events of the social program young researchers nominated by a worldwide network of Academic Partners interact with Nobel Laureates.
Taking into account the national selection procedures, in excess of 20,000 young researchers apply to attend each Meeting. After Ruth Schwartländer attended in 2008 this year Nathanael Raschzok was chosen and received an invitation to Lindau.
The XXIII International Congress of The Transplantation Society, the leading international congress on transplantation biology and medicine, will be held in Vancouver, Canada from 15 - 19 August 2010. The translational program will draw together experts from around the world, and will encompass innovations in genomics and proteomics, molecular analyses of human diseases, innovations in biological and pharmacological immunosuppression, novel approaches to tolerance induction, technical advances in robotic surgery and imaging, advances in clinical practice and many other topics at the cutting edge of stem-cell, cellular and solid organ transplantation.
The XXIII Congress will be one of the largest and most exciting international gatherings of clinicians and scientists in the field of transplantation, drawing more than 4,000 delegates from all parts of the world. The international delegation will enjoy a stellar Scientific Program, commencing with a comprehensive and cutting-edge Postgraduate Education Program on Saturday 14th August and Sunday 15th August, and continuing with a panoply of outstanding plenary symposia, state of the art lectures, individual scientific presentations, and thematic symposia from Monday 16th August to Thursday 19th August inclusive.
The 2010 Congress will provide an outstanding opportunity for networking with colleagues and leading experts, and for sharing and discussing clinical advances, late-breaking discoveries and therapeutic advances in this field.
More information is available via www.transplantation2010.org. Furthermore, you may download the 2nd announcement here.
Abstract Submission Opens: October 2009
Online Registration Opens: November 2009
Abstract Submission Deadline: 5 March 2010
Author Notification of Acceptance: 7 May 2010
Early Registration Deadline: 4 June 2010
Late Breaking Abstract Deadline: 11 June 2010
Hotel Reservation Deadline: 25 June 2010
Regular Registration Deadline: 16 July 2010
The World Conference on Regenerative Medicine (WRM) will be held from October 29th to October 31st, 2009 in Leipzig. The Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology is once again organizer and host of this scientific event and the Translational Center for Regenerative Medicine (TRM) Leipzig has become co-organiser of the event. Main topics will be stem cells, tissue engineering, technology development, immunology, signaling, and regulatory affairs.
The final program is now available - more information via www.wcrm-leipzig.com .
Nathanael Raschzok will present our latest results concerning "Tracking of Transplanted Liver Cells in a Preclinical Large Animal Model", Thursday, October 29th, 2009, 04:00-05:30 pm, session: Imaging of Regeneration II, Hall 4.