Kudos to our PhD candidates who won the best presenter award in MRCRM meeting

Tissue engineering group has shown great interest in participating into the 1st MRCRM international meeting. Our 7 PhD candidates submitted their abstracts and presented their current works in a lightning talk session. Our two PhD candidates: Eylem Baysal involved in the TMS funded project (STEMreg) and Åshild Johansen whose project is part of the Olav Thon funded project; Let’s make bone were deemed worthy of the best two presenters reward by the evaluation committee. We congratulate Eylem and Åshild and wish them all the best…

The evaluation committee also admitted that it was very tough to decide the best out of all the excellent presentations. Therefore, we would like to thank all the presenters for their hard work and participation into the meeting.

The Presenters of the Lightning Talks as follows:
“Effect of mesenchymal stem cells on tubular formation” by Åshild Johansen
«Regulatory T cells enhance the osteogenic differentiation of bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells” by Eylem Baysal
«The regenerative effect of Whartons Jelly Mesenchymal Stem Cells on H2O2 – induced pneumocytes” by Jens Lon Nguyen
«Impact of architectural properties of 3D-printed polycaprolactone scaffolds on dendritic cell differentiation and activation” by Nora Marek
«3D Printed Polymeric Scaffolds with Enhanced Porosity for Bone Tissue Engineering” by Mehmet Serhat Aydin
“Conditioned Medium from Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells Restored Oxidative Stress-Related Impaired Osteogenic Differentiation» by Ragda Saleem
«Characterizing the immune microenvironment in stem cell-based bone-engineered constructs in a rat osteoporotic model” by Natalia Arango
“Single-cell immune variations in patients undergoing mesenchymal stromal cell and biomaterial based bone regeneration” by Neha Rana

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