In September 2016, members from TERG (RCSI) put on a display to demonstrate the research being carried out in the group, on the first day of the National Ploughing Championships (Sept 20th – 22nd) in Tullamore, Co. Offaly. The TERG stand was part of the AMBER display in the SFI tent where SFI-funded researchers and centres from all across Ireland were represented. Over 280,000 people attended the event across all three days. Highlighted our research into bone and cartilage tissue engineering and included mentions for DRIVE, AMCARE and Gene2Skin consortiums.
The first Gene2skin progress meeting was held at King’s College London on the 14th and 15th of July of 2016. Professor Fiona Watt and Simon Broad organized the meeting and welcomed all the partners. There were lengthy but productive discussions regarding scientific and logistic ways to achieve the project’s objectives.
The Regenerative Medicine International Symposium on tissue and wound healing held in RCSI Bahrain on May 5th 2016 and featuring keynotes from TERG’s Prof Garry Duffy and Prof Fergal O’Brien appeared on the news in Bahrain:
In June 2016, members from TERG (RCSI) put on a display at the InspireFest Fringe Festival to demonstrate the research and other activities being conducted by the group. This included mentions for research being carried out with the Advanced Materials for Cardiac Regeneration (AMCARE), Diabetes Reversing Implants with enhanced Viability and increased Efficacy (DRIVE) and Gene2Skin consortiums, their on-going research into bone, cartilage, nerve, respiratory tissue and wound repair. The event was held in Merrion Square, Dublin and was attended by hundreds of delegates who were attending the two-day Inspirefest conference in the Bord Gáis Energy theatre, the international festival of technology, science, design and the arts.
UMINHO presented a work about the recreation of the hair follicle microenvironment, which is a subject tightly related with the present project as mentioned before was presented in an oral communication. The project was presented to the attendees in informal meetings during the network activities of the conference.
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UMINHO staff attended the European Wound Management Association conference in 2016 in Bremen, Germany, that holds one of the biggest exhibition spaces in the field, with more than 180 exhibitors attending which was particularly useful to establish contacts with European SMEs that can be partners in collaborative projects.
The 26th Conference of the European Wound Management Association (EWMA) is held as a joint conference together with the Deutcher Wundkongress and WundDACH and Dr. Alexandra Marques from UMINHO had the chance of participating in this remarkable conference. This year the number of participants registered for the joint conference not only exceeded all previous EWMA Conferences but it also attracted a record high number of exhibitors which together displayed the newest developments within products and services related to wound management. Building on the success of previous EWMA conferences, the international programme offered an exciting mix of scientific key sessions, workshops, guest sessions, lectures, full-day streams, and satellite symposia, meeting the scientific interests of Gene2Skin project.
The Regenerative Medicine International Symposium on tissue and wound healing held in RCSI Bahrain on May 5th 2016. The symposium was organised by Tissue Engineering Research Group (TERG) PI based in Bahrain, Dr Michael Keogh, and featured keynotes from TERG’s Prof Garry Duffy and Prof Fergal O’Brien.
24 | 26 October 2016
Vila Flor Cultural Centre (CCVF),
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