Skeletal Biology and Engineering Research Center
The Skeletal Biology and Engineering Research Center focuses its research on the understanding of the cellular and molecular basis of skeletal tissue formation, remodeling and repair.
The Center thereby aims to develop treatments for skeletal disorders, in particular regenerative strategies for cartilage, bone and joint repair. These approaches include the manufacturing of novel class Advanced Therapeutic Medicinal Products, towards we work in full integration with engineers, clinicians, and biologists.
To accomplish our goals, five research lines have been set up within the Center and are working in synergy in this effort: the laboratory for Developmental and Stem Cell Biology, the laboratory for Tissue Homeostasis and Disease, the laboratory for Skeletal Cell Biology and Physiology, the Laboratory for Tissue Engineering as well as a Clinical Research Program.