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Innovation mission Germany: Regenerative Medicine

Van derden

13/05/24 -

Are you active in the multidisciplinary field of Regenerative Medicine? Are you a researcher, entrepreneur, engineer, or clinician, and would you like to connect with German experts to exchange knowledge and explore possibilities for cooperation? If so, join the innovation mission to Germany.

Regenerative medicine is a rapidly growing biomedical research, technology, and patient care area. It aims to develop patients game-changing therapies to help our bodies restore or regenerate cells, tissues, and organs damaged by injury, aging, cancer, and disease.

Regenerative medicine is a rapidly advancing field in the Netherlands and Germany. With its proximity, excellent research infrastructure, and strength in production, Germany is a valuable partner for the Dutch RegMed ecosystem. During the visiting program, we bring experts from both ecosystems to connect, explore research and development opportunities dedicated to bringing regenerative medicine solutions to patients, and collaborate on creating a new industrial sector.

Audience: If you are an entrepreneur, researcher, engineer, clinician, ethicist, business developer, affiliated with a knowledge institution, (academic) medical center, (technology) company, or patient organization, and are you active in the theme mentioned above, participating in this mission could be of interest to you.

Programme: This visit program allows you to be right in the center of the German developments in Regenerative Medicine. This innovation mission will focus on the vibrant Munich and Berlin ecosystems, with possible stops being the Charité, Bayer, the Berlin Institute of Health, Helmholtz Pioneer Campus, and BioM. There will also be plenty of networking opportunities in which important stakeholders from other regions in the South and East of Germany, such as Fraunhofer IPA and the BioPark Regensburg, will be present.

The Netherlands Enterprise Agency and the Innovation Network in Germany developed the mission program in collaboration with RegMedXB and Health~Holland. We aim to consider the wishes of mission participants as much as possible when determining the final program. A digital meetup is foreseen on 16 January 2024 to give potential participants more information and gather further input for the development of our program.

Costs: The costs for participation in the innovation mission are € 250 per person. This includes participation in the joint program, transfers within Berlin and Munich, and lunch and dinners that are mentioned in the final program. Participation fee excludes all other travels, train transfer from Berlin to Munich, accommodation costs, and all individual costs.

Registration: If you are interested in participating in this innovation mission, please register using the registration form before 31 January, 2024. Definitive participation depends on the number of available places and how well your organization fits within the scope and objective of this mission.

For more information, please visit the event webpage.