The ECTS resource centre is a continually expanding repository of useful material including slides and webcasts from past congresses along with general literature such as guidelines and links.
Most of the material is accessible to everyone, but some are for Members only and password protected.
Characterisation of non-coding RNAs in liquid biopsies
Featuring Matthias Hackl, CEO and Co-Founder TAmiRNA & Chaired by Bram van der Eerden, Internal Medicines, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam
Defining the role of the FGF – autophagy axis in bone physiology
Featuring Carmine Settembre, Fondazione Telethon, Pozzuoli, Italy & Chaired by ECTS Academy Member Daniela Merlotti, University of Siena, Italy
Sorting of self and non-self as regulatory mechanism during the maintenance of self tolerance
Featuring Gerhard Krönke, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany and chaired by ECTS Academy Chair, Martina Rauner, University of Dresden, Germany
ECTS PhD Training Course 2017
Access here presentations from ECTS PhD Training Course held in Paris, 8-11 July, 2017.
ECTS 2017 Abstracts
Access here abstracts from ECTS 2017 Congress held in Salzburg, Austria
ECTS 2017 Sessions
View session Recordings from ECTS 2017 Congress, Salzburg, Austria.
ECTS 2017 Report
Summaries, Interviews and analysis of presentations from ECTS 2017 Congress, Salzburg, Austria
ECTS 2016 Presentations
Access here presentations from ECTS 2016 Congress held in Rome, Italy.
ECTS 2016 Webcasts
View session Recordings from ECTS 2016 Congress, Rome, Italy
ECTS 2015 Webcasts
ECTS/IBMS Cortical Bone Modeling and Remodeling in the Adult Skeleton
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- Bone Abstracts is a searchable archive of abstracts presented at key conferences concerned with calcified tissues.
The IFRMS Big Data Website Inventory
The International Federation of Musculoskeletal Research Societies has developed an online inventory to assist members in accessing and utilising existing databases for musculoskeletal research.
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