STARSTEM researchers from NUI Galway and Universitá Degli Studi di Genova presented their latest work at TERMIS-EU 2019. This meeting was held from the 27th- 31st of May 2019 on Rhodes, Greece. This year’s theme was ‘Tissue Engineering Therapies: From concept to clinical translation and commercialisation’.
TERMIS is the most prominent organisation in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine globally. TERMIS promotes education, research, innovation, clinical translation and social responsibility within the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine through regular meetings, training courses, scientific and lay publications, outreach activities and other forms of communication. TERMIS also provides an international forum for the informed discussion of challenges and achievements of tissue engineering therapies.
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