The Scientific Programme Committee for the ECTS 2019 meeting has selected an outstanding basic/translational science programme, designed to offer researchers the newest scientific information, with sessions including plenary lectures by world-leading experts, symposia, workshops, oral communications and poster sessions. We will have the opportunity to listen to top class experts in articular cartilage and bone repair in Budapest, one of the most exciting cities of the world.
The focus of the meeting is a cutting-edge field regarding the current state-of-art in the role of stem cells in the surface of articular cartilage and the causative role of senescence cells in the development of osteoarthritis.
During the meeting, participants will also get a deep overview on the coupling between osteoblasts and endothelium, mediated by specific pathways. The annual meeting will further address the emerging new approaches for vascular-targeted osteoanabolic therapy to treat bone loss.
Leading experts in molecular regulation of fracture repair will provide state-of-the-art lecture with innovative new features. This is a great opportunity to learn about the most cutting-edge developments in the molecular regulation of fracture repair. The meeting will further focus on the role of the immune system in bone regeneration and skeletal stem cells with high bone regenerative potential.
We will also offer you to participate in our session, organized jointly with the IFMRS on “Big Data’s secret”.
The programme will also include basic/ translational research workshops. The main objective of these workshops is to discuss with peers and senior scientist cartilage and bone research currently in progress. A very exciting “Basic Science Update” session will also take place. This will be a great opportunity for networking with other scientists with similar interests and complementary expertise.
We cordially invite you to join us in Budapest. We hope you will submit your work for inclusion in this exciting programme and look forward to seeing you at the meeting!