Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital / Orthopaedic Institute
01.05.2014 - 02.05.2014  Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospial, Oswestry, SY10 7AG Shropshire, United Kingdom
The focus of this year’s meeting will on the mechanism of cartilage repair - cellular and molecular. How is the injury recognised and which cells are involved and how they interact.
Fecha límite para la aplicación:April 29th 2014
Contenido de curso
This highly stimulating meeting which is ICRS approved will provide a series of lectures from experts in the field on the latest research into articular cartilage and joint repair. The Faculty includes lecturers from the UK and abroad. Topics to be presented and discussed include: Two papers on wound healing; Which cells and by what mechanism is injury identified?; What is the mechanism of cell recruitment to effect repair and by which cells?;
Objetivos de formación
To update delegates on the latest research into articular cartilage and joint repair and for delegates to network with each other and discuss current topics
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons, Orthopaedic Registrars, Researchers in the field of articular cartilage
Organizador local
Oswestry Orthopaedic Institute
Lecturers coming from all over the UK, Ireland, Argentina and Sweden

Información e inscripción:

Further details and registration can be found on the website
Ms. Sian Jones
Cirugía ortopédica y traumatología, Investigación clínica, Medicina del Deporte, Rehabilitación
Tipo de título
Certificado de asistencia, Certificado de conclusión
2 Días
GBP 120,00
(The registration fee of £120 includes all refreshments and a Meeting Dinner at a local restaurant on Thursday evening of 2 May 2013)
Número de participantes (max.)
Cantacto organizador
SY10 7AG Oswestry
United Kingdom
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