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Resolve Chronic Inflammation and Achieve Healthy Ageing by Understanding Non-regenerative Repair

. Tissue Remodeling in Ageing and Disease - Emerging Insights into a Complex Pathology .

 

27th - 28th March 2012 . Vienna . Austria

 

What is it about?

In the past decade, extraordinary advances have been made in the understanding of cellular differentiation and specifications. Changes in cell plasticity have been recognized as essential de- terminants of physiological and pathological processes. Yet, knowledge about the tightly controlled sequence of events re- quired for normal tissue organization as well as tissue regene- ration after injury is a largely unresolved and challenging issue. Thus, to unravel the complexity of the molecular mechanisms governing changes in cell plasticity and differentiation is of utmost relevance, particularly in the light of aberrant tissue re- modeling during ageing and disease.

The EU project RESOLVE aims to understand the regulatory networks controlling tissue repair and to identify mechanisms causing fibroproliferative tissue repair during progressive fibro- genesis and ageing. The international meeting “Tissue Remodeling in Ageing and Disease - Emerging Insights into a Complex Pathology” deals with regular and fibroproliferative wound healing, regenerative medicine and the mechanisms of cellular ageing. It is therefore thought to present a clear-cut rational and to provide an excellent platform for discussion and exchange of knowledge. The meeting will have a strong focus on basic research and translational aspects by bridging the gap between current experimental and clinical aspects. In this regard, we are delighted to present outstanding experts and welcome young researcher who work at the cutting edge of their fields with exciting novel insights.


Let us welcome you to the meeting “Tissue Remodeling in Ageing and Disease - Emerging Insights into a Complex Pathology” which will provide an inspiring scientific event. We hope that you will benefit from every aspect of the meeting!

The Scientific Committee