• Bone regeneration based on
    recombinant peptides

    • Growth factors
    • Cell therapy
    • Biomineralisation processes
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Bone Regeneration

Description medical needs and project aims.

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Program

Scientific tracks and training program.

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Partners

Overview involved companies and institutes.

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News and Events

On October 1, 2017 the Bio-inspire project has officially ended. Lots of publications (see listing in dissemination overview) were done and more are expected to be published in the coming months as some of the research is still ongoing.

List of held project meetings

Consortium meetings were organized twice per year. All consortium members, beneficiaries and fellows were present during these meetings. The final meeting was organized at the premises of the TERMIS conference. At the TERMIS conference, the fellows organized an ITN symposium in the Student and Young Investigator Section (SYIS) session to give outside exposure of the Bioinspire project. In addition, all six fellows, at that time still working for the Bioinspire programme, presented their work progress in a poster.

Held meetings 

Where

When

42-months meeting Davos, Switserland, at Termis conference 2017 26-30 June 2017
36-months meeting Bone Therapeutics October 2016
30-months meeting University of Bologna 13-15 April 2016
24-months meeting Erasmus MC - Rotterdam, The Netherlands 3-5 November 2015
18-months meeting Medicyte - Heidelberg Germany 15-16-17 April 2015
12-months meeting CRN-ISTEC - Faenza, Italy 22-23-24 October 2014
6-months meeting Fraunhofer - Würzburg, Germany 7-8 April 2014
0-months Kickoff meeting Fujifilm - Tilburg, The Netherlands 21-22 October 2013

Partners

Bone Therapeutics SA

Erasmus Medical Center

Fraunhofer Institute

Fujifilm Manufacturing B.V.

Medicyte

ISTEC - CNR

University of Bologna

Marie Curie Actions

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The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007-2013 under grant agreement n° 607051.