Where Applied Biophysics Meets Tissue Engineering & Cellular Therapies
The Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation features renowned researchers and clinicians from around the world, focusing on the emerging field of Regenerative Rehabilitation. This innovative approach combines discoveries in tissue engineering and cellular therapies with rehabilitative treatments, resulting in improved functional outcomes for patients. This Symposium encourages the participation of scientists, clinicians and physical therapists who are in the fields of regenerative medicine, engineering, physical medicine, rehabilitation and more. The Symposium agenda is designed to create a platform for bridging these areas of expertise in a setting that fosters discussion, interaction, cross-discipline pollination and networking.
The Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation is the largest medical and scientific conference specific to Regenerative Rehabilitation in the world, bringing together two disparate disciplines, regenerative medicine and rehabilitative research, into one synergistic field of science. Innovative ideas, concepts and technologies were shared, deliberated and debated at this premier event.
World-renowned researchers and clinicians present on scientifically rigorous and cutting-edge research and clinical management, focusing on new and innovative approaches that combine discoveries in tissue engineering, medical devices and cellular therapies with rehabilitative protocols. This forum presents a unique opportunity for attendees to explore differences in perspectives, contributions, and theories, as well as to discuss benefits and challenges of approaches, leading to the advancement of research and clinical outcomes.
Network with the international, multidisciplinary group of attendees through formal and informal opportunities throughout the Symposium, sharing ideas and forming collaborative relationships. Convene over meals, during refreshment breaks, at the poster session, and during the evening receptions for discussion and cross-discipline pollination to advance innovation in research and practice.