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“Interactive Polymer Gels for Control Freaks: Specific Adhesion and Recognition with Carbohydrate Scaffolds”

01./02.06.2017Herbstretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
"Macrophage polarization and bone formation"

“Is the "so-called" Amorphous Mineral Layer in Bone Nano Regulated by Proteins? Findings from Selective MAS NMR”

Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Smart biomaterials and switchable systems for biomedical applications: Fundamentals, synthesis and applications"


“Interactive Polymer Gels for Control Freaks: Specific Adhesion and Recognition with Carbohydrate Scaffolds”
Jun. Prof. Dr. Stephan Schmidt, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf)
01./02.06.2017Herbstretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
"Macrophage polarization and bone formation"

Prof. Dr. Nicole Horwood, The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, NDORMS, University of Oxford)
“Is the "so-called" Amorphous Mineral Layer in Bone Nano Regulated by Proteins? Findings from Selective MAS NMR”
Prof. Dr. Gil Goobes, Bar-Ilan University, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Department of Chemistry)
Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Smart biomaterials and switchable systems for biomedical applications: Fundamentals, synthesis and applications"
Prof. Dr. Stefan Mayr, Universität Leipzig)



CRTD - TRR 67 Joint Symposium "Bone Regeneration"
  • The Model – From Kraftwerk to ExStra (Lorenz Hofbauer)
  • Erosion and growth of the Axolotl regenerating bone (Tatiana Sandoval-Guzman (CRTD))
  • Immunosuppressive and bone inhibitory effects of prednisolone in zebrafish (Franziska Knopf (CRTD))
  • The mouse in bone research: top model or supermodel? (Martina Rauner (UKD/Bone Lab))
  • The minipig as a model of craniofacial bone regeneration (Matthias Schulz (UKD/MKG))
Sonderseminar in Dresden
“Going back to Roots: Biological-basis for Designing Biomaterials for the Injured and Degenerated Host”
(Prof. Dr. Abhay Pandit, National University of Ireland, Galway)
Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Cell architecture?cell function dependencies on topographically and chemically modified titanium"
(Prof. Dr. Barbara Nebe, Universitätsmedizin Rostock)
11./12.11.2016 Herbstretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
28.06.2016Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Epigenetic programming in human monocyte-derived macrophages"
(Prof. Colin Logie, Radboud University, Nijmengen)
24./25.06.20162nd international TRR67 Symposium:  Frontiers in Biomaterial Science (>> programm)
(Chairs: Prof. Dr. Simon / Prof. Dr. Scharnweber)

  •     Innovative Biomaterials
  •     GAG – protein interactions
  •     Multifactorial microenvironments for regeneration
  •     Skin and bone regeneration
  •     From innovation to product
  •     Highlights from the Transregio 67
23.05.2016Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Regulation of bone cell differentiation by G protein deamidating Toxins"
(PD Dr. Joachim Orth, Universität Freiburg)
Frühjahrsretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
Kolloquium in Dresden
“Translational medicine – what is it, what is it not”
(Prof. Dr. Jörg Goldhahn, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research Basel, Schweiz)
Sonderseminar in Leipzig
"Imaging leukocyte crosstalk and migration"
(Prof. Dr. Daniel R. Engel, Universitätsklinikum Essen)
01.12.2015Transfergespräche in Dresden
Firma Croma Pharma GmbH: Dr. Charlotte Reither (Director Research), Dr. Christine Hohenadl (Projektleiter Woundhealing)
Herr Prinz (Geschäftsführer)

Sonderseminar in Leipzig
“Molekularedynamische Simulation an Biopolymeren z.B. im Heparin–Kollagen System”
(Prof. Dr. Walter Langel, Universität Greifswald)

06./07.11.2015Herbstretreat im Kloster Nimbschen



TRR67-Afternoon in Dresden

  • Biomaterials which stimulate bone healing in systemically altered bone (Prof. Dr. Michael Gelinsky, TU Dresden)
  • Computational insights into protein-GAG interactions: BMP-2 System (Dr. Sergey Samsonov, Pisabarro Lab, BIOTEC)
  • Sulfated glycosaminoglycans affect tissue remodeling via interaction with tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase-3 (Sandra Rother, MBZ, TU Dresden)



Kolloquium in Leipzig
“Bridging stem cells engineering with tissue vascularization in regenerative medicine”
(Prof. John P. Fisher, University of Maryland, USA)



Kolloquium in Dresden
“In vitro engineered cartilage microtissues”
(Prof. Dr. Ursula Anderer, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg)

Kolloquium in Leipzig
“Protein Structure Determination Integrating Limited Experimental Data”
(Prof. Dr. Jens Meiler, Vanderbilt University, Nashville)

Erlebnisparcours Medizin zum Jubiläum »600 Jahre Universitätsmedizin Leipzig«
Informationsstand und Präsentation des Transregio 67  

07.07.2015Sonderseminar in Leipzig
"Matrix-Adhäsion und -Invasion von Makrophagen in 2D und 3D"
(Prof. Stefan Linder, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf)
22.06.200015 Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Insights into structure and interactions og type VII collagen"
(Prof. Dr. Karsten Seeger, Universität zu Lübeck)
Frühjahrsretreat im Kloster Nimbschen






CRTD - TRR 67 Joint Symposium "Best of Osteoimmunology"

  • "Checkpoints of chronicity and Regeneration in immune mediated inflammatory diseases" (Markus Hoffman, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)
  • "Mast cells: sentinels and communicators in skin and bone inflammation and regeneration" (Anne Dudeck, TU Dresden)
  • "MFG-E8: a novel osteoimmune factor" (Martina Rauner,  TU DResden)
  • "Smart biomaterials for bone regernation - GAGs that interact with sclerosin" (Juliane Salbach-Hirsch, TU Dresden)
 23.03.2015Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Microenvironmental regulation of metastasis"
(Prof. Jonathan Sleemann, Universitätsmedizin Mannheim)
 23.02.2015Kolloquium in Dresden
"Tissue Response and Degradation of Biomaterials In Vivo: Insights from Small Animal Imaging Experiments"
(Prof. Jens Pietzsch, Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden) 
15.12.2014 CRTD - TRR 67 Joint Symposium
  • "A journey to pluripotency and back: One-step derivation of mesenchymal stromal cells from human induced pluripotent stem cells" (Joana Frobel, University Clinic, RWTH Aachen)
  • "Mononuclear osteoclasts - functional osteoclasts" (Anne-Helen Lutter, TU Dresden)
  • "Modulation of osteogenic progenitors by breast cancer cells" (Manja Wobus, TU Dresden)
  • "Wnt signaling in bone metastases of prostate carcinoma – A focus on the role of WNT5A" (Stefanie Thiele, TU Dresden)
  • "Targeting the mevalonate pathway in bone-seeking breast cancer" (Andy Göbel, TU Dresden)
 25.11.2014Kolloquium in Leipzig
“From tissue to culture: Do artificial materials select or instruct cells?”
(Prof. Daniel Rapoport Fraunhofer EMB Lübeck)
 21./22.11.2014 Herbstretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
 CRTD - TRR 67 Joint Symposium
  • “Hormonal control of iron homeostasis” (Maja Vujic Spasic, University Ulm)
  • “Watching the bone grow – Microdialysis for monitoring early bone healing” (Stefan Rammelt, Universitätsklinikum TU Dresden)
  • “In vitro osteoclastogenesis from primary monocytes – impact of monocyte isolation protocol on osteoclast functionality” (Anne Bernhardt, Universitäsklinikum TU Dresden)
  • “Glycosaminoglycan sulfation of artificial extracellular matrix coatings enhances regenerative potential of bone cells” (Juliane Salbach-Hirsch, Universitäsklinikum TU Dresden)
 Kolloquium in Dresden
"Proteins at interfaces"
(Prof. Pentti Tengvall, University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
 Frühjahrsretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
 Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials: Relevance tostudies of Cancer and  obesity"
(Prof. Dr. Claudia Fischbach-Teschl, Cornell University, USA)
 Herbstretreat in Altenburg

 Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Tagetting protein-protein interactions in  the brain"
(Prof. Kristian Strømgaard, Universty of Copenhagen)

 Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Insight from NMR spectroscopy on functional studies of 7TM receptors: a progress report"
(Dr. Daniel Nietlispach, University of Cambridge)
 Kolloquium in Leipzig 
"Preclinical development of biomatirials – what steps are needed to make a product"
(Hans-Jörg Meisel, BG-Kliniken Bergmannstrost, Halle/Saale)
 Kolloquium in Leipzig
"Cartilage extracellular matrix: Novel aspects of structure and function"
(Mats Paulsson, Universität zu Köln)
 Frühjahrretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
 Kolloquium in Kooperation mit dem SFB 610 in Leipzig
“One, two, three – Precision Glycopolymeres and Microgels for Mulitivalent Receptor Targeting”
(Laura Hartmann, Potsdam)
 TRR-Afternoon in Leipzig
  • „From mouse to men – genetisch modifizierte Mausmodelle in der aktuellen Wundheilungsforschung“
    (Karin Scharfetter-Kochanek, Ulm)
  • „Das porcine ex vivo-Wundheilungsmodell –  Anwendungsmöglichkeiten und Limitierungen“
    (Johanna Brandner, Hamburg)
  • “Fibroblast – collagen interactions in tissue remodeling and fibrosis”
    (Beate Eckes, Köln)
 Herbstretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
 29.10.2012 Kolloquium in Leipzig
„Breaking the correlation habit in magnetic resonance evaluation of cartilage: increased sensitivity and specificity through multiparametric and multiexponential analysis“
(Richard Spencer, Baltimore)
 Joint workshop of the CRTD and Transregio 67 in Dresden 
  • “Surface Engineering of Bone Implants – Current Techniques and Limitations” (R. Geoff Richards, Davos)
  • “Embroidered and Surface Modified Polycaprolactone-coLactide Scaffolds as Bioartificial Bone Substitute – in vivo and in vitro Studies”(Claudia Rentsch, Dresden)
  • “The gene simplet is a regulator of appendage growth control, bone regeneration and Wnt signal transduction”(Christopher Antos, Dresden)
  • "Stem cell recruiting concepts for site-specific bone regeneration”(Stefan Zwingenberger, Stanford & Dresden)
  • “3D plotting of complex scaffolds and TE constructs for defects at tissue interfaces” (Michael Gelinsky, Dresden)
 Kolloquium in Dresden
„The sugar life of vascular endothelial cells”
(Reinhard Schwartz-Albiez, Heidelberg)
 Frühjahrsretreat im Kloster Nimbschen
 TRR-Afternoon in Leipzig
  • “A double-edged sword: Extracellular hydrogels as a barrier to drug delivery and pathogens” (Oliver Lieleg, München)
  • “Computational approaches to the analysis of glycosaminoglycans and their interactions with proteins” (Thomas Lütteke, Gießen)
  • “Zooming into the structure of bone by solid-state NMR spectroscopy” (Ayyalusamy Ramamoorthy, Ann Arbor)

 Kolloquium in Dresden
“Control of epithelial polarity and cell shape by protein scaffolds”
(Elisabeth Knust, Dresden)

 TRR-Sonderseminar in Leipzig (Joint workshop mit dem TRM)
„Translational regenerative medicine by somatic stem cells: the paradigm of epithelial stem cells“
(Michele de Luca, Modena)

Kolloquium in Dresden
“Regeneration von Knochengewebe”
(Anita Ignatius, Ulm)

Joint workshop of the CRTD, SFB 655 and Transregio 67 in Dresden
„Progress in Bone Biology“ (Lorenz Hofbauer)
  • “Bone regeneration in diabetes mellitus: the potential of sclerostin inhib­ition” (Christine Hamann, Dresden)
  • “Loss of SWAP-70 results in osteopetrosis” (Annette Garbe, Dresden)
  • “Protecting bone and cartilage against arthritis: novel glucocorticoids" (Martina Rauner, Dresden)
  • “Enhancing bone regeneration with chondroitin sulphate coating in normal and osteoporotic bone“ (Stefan Rammelt, Dresden)
  • „Neutrophils in bone inflammation“ (Triantafyllos Chavakis, Dresden)
Herbstretreat des TRR 67 im Kloster Nimbschen

TRR-Seminar in Leipzig
"Cathedlicidin LL-37: ein antimikrobielles Peptid mit einer Rolle bei entzündlichen Hauterkrankungen"
(Jürgen SChauber, München)

World Conference on Regenerative Medicine (Gestaltung eines eigenen wissenschaftlichen Programms)
  • „Artificial extracellular matrix composed of collagen I and sulphated glycosaminoglycans induces a proliferative dermal fibroblast phenotype in vitro” (Anja van der Smissen, Leipzig)
  • „Investigation of the interaction of interleukin-8 with hyaluronan, chondroitin sulfate, dermatan sulfate, and their sulfated derivatives by fluorescence and solution NMR spectroscopy and molecular modeling” (Annelie Pichert, Leipzig)
  • „Artificial extracellular matrices composed of collagen I and synthetic GAG derivatives promote osteogenin differentiation of human mesenchymal stromal cells” (Ute Hempel, Dresden)
  • „Enhancing osseointegration with addition of glycosaminoglycans to titanium surfaces” (Stefan Rammelt, Dresden)

1. Internationales Symposium „Frontiers in Biomaterials Science“ in Dresden
unter der Schirmherrschaft der European Society for Biomaterials (ESB)

Kolloquium in Leipzig
„NMR macht mobil: Grundlagen und Anwendungen der mobilen NMR”
(Bernhard Blümich, Aachen)
Frühjahrsretreat des TRR 67 im Kloster Nimbschen

Kolloquium in Leipzig
„Implaired clearance of apoptotic cells in systemic autoimmunity”
(Martin Herrmann, Erlangen)

Kolloquium in Leipzig
„NCAM and SynCAM: two polysialyted glycoproteins in murine brain”
(Sebastian Galuska, Gießen)
Joint Symposium Transregio 67, SFB 655 und CRTD in Dresden
„On Osteoimmunology: from friend to foe”(Lorenz Hofbauer)
  • „The glucocorticoid receptor in inflammatory bone disease and osteoporosis” (Jan Tuckermann, Jena)
  • „SWAP-70: A Novel link between bone and the immune system?”(Rolf Jess­berger/Annette Garbe, Dresden)
  • „Dissociation of osteogenic from immunological effects. The case for SEGRAs” (Martina Rauner, Dresden)
  • „Role of mast cells in collagen-induced arthritis” (Anne Dudeck, Dresden)
Kolloquium in Dresden
„Functionality of coatings for oral implants“
(John A. Jansen, Nijmegen)
Herbstretreat des TRR 67 im Kloster Nimbschen
World Conference on Regenerative Medicine (Gestaltung eines eigenen wissenschaftlichen Programms)
  • „Analysis of extracellular matrix production in polymer-based stem cell cul­tures and bone implants by NMR spectroscopy” (Franziska Salzbrenner, Leipzig)
  • „13C NMR and MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry analysis of collagen and glycosaminoglycan in skin and polymer-based fibroblast cultures” (Julia Böhme, Leipzig)
  • „Synthesis and characterization of chemically modified glycosaminogly­cans of the extracellular matrix” (Jürgen Schiller, Leipzig)
  • „Impact of modified glycosaminoglycans on binding to recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-4 and tissue growth factor b1” (Vera Hintze, Dresden)
  • „Influence of osteoblast-derived native extracellular matrix on differentiat­ion of osteoblasts and osteoclasts” (Carolin Noack, Dresden)
  • “Influence of artificial extracellular matrices on implant osseointegration” (Bernd Stadlinger, Dresden)
  • „A novel method of monitoring early stages of bone healing”(Stefan Rammelt, Dresden)
  • „Synthesis of chemically modified stromal-derived factor SDF-1alpha”(Lars Baumann, Leipzig)

Kolloquium in Dresden
„Neue Materialien für die Funktionalisierung von Mittelohrpro­thesen“
(Peter Behrens, Hannover)

Kolloquium in Leipzig
„Induktion von Immuntoleranz”
(Frank Emmrich, Leipzig)

Kolloquium in Leipzig
„Intra-articular stem/progenitor cells, Potential for cartilage, meniscus and ligament”
(David A. Hart, Calgary)
TRR-Seminar in Leipzig
„Fibroproliferative/Hypertrophic Scarring: Lessons learned from the red Duroc pig model and potential applications to human conditions”
(David A. Hart, Calgary)
Frühjahrsretreat des TRR 67 im Kloster Nimbschen

Kolloquium in Leipzig
„New MRI techniques for the study of cartilage, tendons and intervertebral discs”
(Gil Navon, Tel Aviv)

Kolloquium in Dresden
„In vitro methods in regenerative medicine“
(James Kirkpatrick, Mainz)

Kolloquium in Dresden
„Adult Neural Stem Cell Activity in a Regenerating Zebrafish Brain“
(Michael Brand, Dresden)
Herbstretreat des TRR 67 in der Akademie Meißen

Kolloquium in Leipzig
„Artificial menbranes on solid supports: useful technologies for the investigation of membrane proteins“
(Claudia Steinem, Göttingen)

Kolloquium in Dresden
"Macrophages stimulated by nano- or micro-sized particles”
(Ulrich Gross, Berlin)

Kolloquium in Leipzig
„Role of the glycosaminoglycan-binding cytokine interleukin-10 in tissue repair“
(Axel Roers, Dresden)