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Speaker

Dr. Stéphane Ben Soussan

Stuart Carmichael

Prof. Dr. Nemanja Damjanov

Prof. Dr. Christopher Evans

Dr. Piotr Godek

Dr. Alexandra Keller

Prof. Dr. Martina Kerscher

Piotr Kowalczyk

Prof. Dr. Jean Krutmann

Prof. Dr. Julian Redhead

Dr. Iris Ribitsch

Dr. Vladan Stevanović

Dr. Julien Troillet

Prof. Dr. Peter Wehling

Dr. Viktor Zhdanovich

Francisco Montilla

Thomas Pap

Dr. Stéphane Ben Soussan

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Stuart Carmichael BVMS, MVM, DSAO, FRCVS

Statement:
“I am looking forward to hearing state of the art presentations that cross the species and systems in this key development area of regenerative medicine.

Why people should attend this year’s symposium?
– To obtain a unique insight into progress in regenerative medicine in both the human and veterinary fields.“

Curriculum Vitae:

Prof. Dr. Nemanja Damjanov

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Prof. Dr. Christopher Evans

Statement:
“This symposium provides a rare opportunity for clinicians and scientists to confer at a single venue to exchange information and advance the development of regenerative medicine.“

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Dr. Piotr Godek

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Dr. Alexandra Keller

Statement:
„This conference is an extraordinary interaction of human and veterinary medicine which is an excellent innovation in the field of regenerative medicine”

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Prof. Dr. Martina Johanna Kerscher

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Piotr Kowalczyk

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Prof. Dr. Jean Krutmann

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Prof. Dr. Julian Redhead

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Dr. Iris Ribitsch

Statement
“Many naturally occurring diseases encountered in animals also pose a problem in human patients with similar pathology and aetiopathogenesis. These diseases certainly raise the interest in molecular medical treatments in the veterinary profession, but at the same time, offer a relevant translational model for human patients, better than artificially created disease models which do not accurately reflect the clinical situation. Following the idea of “One Health” for expanding interdisciplinary collaboration for the development and evaluation of new methods for the prevention and control of diseases across species (humans and animals), the veterinary profession has an active role in translating molecular (regenerative) medicine strategies into the clinic. Data and experience obtained from treating veterinary patients therefore not only leads to advancement in the veterinary field, but can serve as preclinical data for human medicine as well. Bringing together clinicians and scientists from both fields the “International Symposium for Molecular Medicine” offers a perfect platform to foster the scientific dialog for the benefit of both – human and veterinary patients.”

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Dr. Vladan B. Stevanović

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Dr. Julien Troillet

Statement
“I am looking forward to be part of a truly interdisciplinary event. The international symposium for melecular medicine offers ample opportunity for clinicians and scientists to discuss about actualities in the field of biological treatment options for people and animals. The idea of completing the scientific program with hands on workshops is intriguing.”

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Prof. Dr. Peter Wehling

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Dr. Viktor Zhdanovich

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