Conference Venue

Important Dates:


Abstract submission opens: OCT 2018

Abstract submission closes: DEC 2018

Notification of accepted abstracts: JAN 2019

Early registration opens: DEC 2018

Early registration closes: JAN 2019

Standard registration opens: FEB 2019

Standard registration closes: MAR 2019

Late registration opens: APR 2019

Late registration closes: MAY 2019


News:

TERMIS-EU General Assembly Meeting
29th May 2019
17:30 - 18:00
(All are welcome and encouraged to attend.)




Symposia

TERMIS EU 2019 will discuss advances, challenges and opportunities in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine education, research, career development, female leadership, commercialisation, clinical translation and outreach. The following symposia and workshops have already been accepted.

3D printing

Additive manufacturing

Advanced therapy medicinal products

Animal models

Bioadhesives

Bioartificial organs

Biofabrication

Biohydrogels

Bioinformatics

Bioinspired systems

Biomaterials

Biomechanics

Biophysical stimuli

Biopolymers

Bioprinting

Bioreactors

Bone

Brain

Cancer

Career development

Cardiovascular

Cartilage

Cell therapy

Central nervous system

Ceramics

Clinical trials

Commercialisation

Composite materials

Drug Delivery

Decellularised matrices

Diabetic healing

Disease models

Education

Electroactive materials

Electrospinning

Engineered cells

Extracellular vesicles

Eye

Female leadership

Gene therapy

Green tissue engineering

Growth factors

Heart

Immunity

Immunomodulation

In vitro microenvironments

In silico models

Induced pluripotent stem cells

Infection

Injectable systems

Innovation

Interface

Intervertebral disc

Joint

Kidney

Knee

Ligament

Macrophages

Marine Biomaterials

Mechanotransduction

Metals

Molecular engineering & medicine

Muscle

Musculoskeletal

Nanomaterials

Natural Polymers

Nervous system

Omics

Open Innovation

Organoids

Osteoarthritis

Osteoporosis

Outreach

Pathophysiologies

Parkinson’s

Perinatal

Peripheral nervous system

Permanently differentiated cells

Personalised medicine

Publishing

RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Group

Regulatory approval

Rehabilitation

Responsive polymers

Scaling up & Manufacturing

Senescence

Shoulder

Skin

Spine

Stem cells

Surgery

Synthetic polymers

System biology

Tendon

Tissue models

Trauma

Vascularisation

Wound healing