Many scientists aim to translate their basic research findings into clinical applications and various important aspects of the initial phase of translation have already been addressed in earlier BIH Lectures. If the basic research is done in a sound way and all data is qualified, what are the other challenges you should consider early on?
In the upcoming BIH Lecture on 27 March 2020 Prof. Georg N. Duda, Director of the Julius Wolff Institute for Biomechanics and Musculoskeletal Regeneration at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Co-Speaker of the BIH Center for Regenerative Therapies (BCRT), will discuss – using his own examples from the field of regenerative medicine and med tech - lessons learned the hard way: Where translation appeared to be easy but turned out to be challenging or where efforts were planned to allow a smooth transition but sudden unexpected developments occurred.
Due to the current situation regarding the immediate measures to contain the corona virus, this BIH Lecture will be held as an online lecture via GoToMeeting. To participate in the lecture, please register here.
Registration and Login
After your registration you will receive a login link and an access code for the BIH Lecture. You have two possibilities to participate:
- You can download the GoToMeeting App beforehand (please do so before the lecture starts!)
- You can dial in by telephone (you will receive the dial-in number after your registration)
Please login to GoToMeeting with your full name and institution (preferably in abbreviated form) and do not use any pseudonyms, nick or alias names to facillitate conversation. In order to save online capacity and to keep the transmission stable, we kindly ask you to turn off your camera and microphone immediately after joining the session and during the lecture.
Discussion via Chat Room
After the lecture Prof. Duda will answer questions which will be picked from the chat room. If you would like to join this discussion, please type in your question into the chat area and moderators will arrange a dialogue. If your question is selected, you can transmit your video and turn on your microphone for this personal dialogue so that the participants can see you and you can interact directly with Prof. Duda via video. Before posing a question, please be so kind to check the chat for similar questions that might already cover your own area of request as we might not be able to answer all of the questions from the chat. Let’s keep our fingers crossed that this first run will translate smoothly to all of you.
The BIH Online-Lecture will be recorded for the documentation on our website. If you do not wish to be recorded but have a question, please enter your question only into the chat – without using your microphone or video function.
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In oder to participate in the BIH Lecture and to receive the login-link, you need to register here.