The BSRT offers in-depth education in basic research associated with Regenerative Medicine. Doctoral researchers of the BSRT will gain a substantial understanding of the associated clinical needs and a broad knowledge in cell and molecular biology, bioengineering, biotechnology and biomaterials as well as translational science to advance the translation of basic research into clinical practice.
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Upcoming Scientific Training Workshops
16.02.2023 To 15.02.2024
Module Basic Research (Mandatory)
Monthly, every third Thursday from 15:30 - 17:00
02.11.2023 To 03.11.2023
Biomaterials - Pro-regenerative biomaterials for tissue regeneration
This course will introduce you to the role of biomaterials, from their use as a research tool to their application in in vivo tissue regeneration. We will provide both, the background of biomaterial chemistry, fabrication and pro-regenerative function as well as their handling and the requirements for in vivo application.
07.11.2023 To 09.11.2023
Histological characterization of tissues and cells
Module Basic Research
This theoretical and practical basic histological course is designed for students from all scientific fields with no or just a minimal experience and background in histological analyses.
17.11.2023 To 17.11.2023
Dysfunction of the immune system and therapeutic options
Module Clinical Reality
Participants will learn how specific inborn errors of immunity affect the immune system and how certain drugs used in the treatment of diseases can cause unintended immune dysfunctions.
22.11.2023 To 22.11.2023
Module Clinical Reality
During this course the students will be provided with the basic knowledge about the anatomy of the motion apparatus.
16.01.2024 To 16.01.2024
Organoids: from generation to their wide applications
Module Preclincal Studies
Moving from 2D to 3D cellular systems, we will address in vitro and ex vivo organoid generation techniques discussing their limitations and shedding light on recent advances in the field. We will delve into the wide-ranging applications of organoids in disease modelling, diagnosis and personalized medicine with specific attention to research interest of participants. The course will focus on basic stem cells biology and developmental biology, both important to set the basis for protocol establishment. Attending this course will equip you with theoretical knowledge needed to develop your own organoid protocols and apply it in your research.