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May 31, 2009

Tissue Engineering in Flanders


Opportunities for Tissue Engineering in Flanders

Location: Brussels
Novel opportunities for Tissue Engineering in Flanders"Novel opportunities for Tissue Engineering in Flanders’ focuses on specific scientific expertise and business & regulatory experience on cell-therapy medicinal products, tissue-engineered products and related medical devices.
The seminar has a transdisciplinary approach covering talks from materials science and chemistry to biology and medicine. The programme includes presentations by experts from research institutes (Prof. Verfaillie, Stem Cell Institute, Leuven) and by company representatives. You will also be introduced to Anethon, a novel K.U.Leuven spinoff with expertise in implants and tissue engineering.
Additionally, speakers will be part of a panel discussion, providing an important opportunity to ask questions and to discuss about current topics and needs.
With this event, FlandersBio wants to highlight the current relevant expertise in Flanders and to initiate convergence and cross-sector networking & collaboration. By proactively stimulating this expertise, FlandersBio strives to keep Flanders in pole position in the field of tissue engineering and cell-therapy medicinal products.
Programme: to be disclosed soon
If you would like to be kept informed about the seminar and/or if you would like to receive the brochure, please contact Mrs. Hilde Van Raemdonck (; 09 241 80 45).
Registration is possible by using the electronic registration form below
The seminar fee is€ 60 for university staff, € 100 for FlandersBio members, € 160 for all others

Route description
FEB-VBO buildingRue Ravenstein 4BrusselsTel: +32 2 515 09 11
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