Final Programme

Day 2 - 14 February 2019

08:00h08.30h Good morning coffee

08:30h09:45h
EUROPEAN PROJECTS
Chair: Anna Eckers, Life Science Nord, Germany and Uwe Sassenberg, DESY Hamburg, Germany
08:30h09:45h
MATERIALS & TECHNOLOGIES
hosted by Northopedics
Chair: Roman Nassutt, Stryker Trauma, Germany and Robert Wendlandt, University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
  • Access & Acceleration: academia-hospital-industry platform for health innovation
    Horst-Günter Rubahn/Frank Jürgensen, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
  • Concepts of human adult stem cells, bioactive compounds and innovative materials in bone vascularisation and repair
    Sabine Fuchs, University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
  • The centre for new methods in computational diagnostics and personalised therapy
    Kazimierz Murzyn, LifeScience Klaster Krakow, Poland
  • EIT manufacturing - made by europe
    Nils Reimers, Stryker Trauma, Germany
  • Degradable Mg implants for osteosynthesis
    Regine Willumeit-Römer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany
  • Enhanced osseointegration by strontium surface functionalisation
    Ole Zoffmann Andersen, Elos Medtech, Denmark
  • A 3D printed biodegradable polylactide cage loaded with stromal-derived-factor-1 or tissue factor immobilised in collagen for bone regeneration
    Ulrike Ritz, University Medical Center Mainz, Germany
  • CastPrint story: from an idea to a working solution in clinics
    Sigvards Krongorns, CastPrint, Latvia
  • Cells in functional porous materials
    Christine Selhuber-Unkel, University of Kiel, Germany

 
09:45h – 10:00h Coffee break

10:00h11:15h
REGISTRIES & DATA
hosted by BFCC
Chair: Carsten Schultz, Kiel University, Germany and Michael Morlock, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
10:00h11:15h
INFECTIONS & IMPLANTS
hosted by Northopedics
Chair: Robin Büscher, Stryker Trauma, Germany and
Ulf-Joachim Gerlach, BG Klinikum Hamburg, Germany
  • The BFCC registry - technical implementation, data set and data entry
    Wolfgang Hoffmann, University Medicine Greifswald, Germany
  • Big data and eHealth; fractures and prevention – lessons learned
    Hagen Schmal, Odense University Hospital, Denmark
  • Big data - hype or hope for the patient?
    Michael Krawczak, TMF - Technology, Methods, and Infrastructure for Networked Medical Research, Germany
  • Standardisation of complication assessment and reporting in orthopedics with focus on shoulder conditions
    Laurent Audigé, Schulthess Klinik Zürich, Switzerland
  • 25 years TraumaRegister DGU – success story and future
    Christine Hoefer, Academy for Trauma Surgery, Germany
  • Pilot infections of BFCC: the differences in care and outcome treating implant related infection in Baltic Sea Region countries
    Šarūnas Tarasevičius, Lithuanian University of Health Science, Lithuania
  • Stenotrophmonas maltophilia and emerging pathogen: strategies to prevent biofilms in wounds and on implants
    Wolfgang Streit, Germany
  • In vitro studies for antibacterial concepts in the field of bone implant materials
    Katharina Maniura , EMPA, Switzerland
  • Anti-infective strategies for implants
    Rainer Burgkart, Technical University München, Germany
  • New developments in biofilm diagnostic of implant-associated infections
    Svetlana Karbysheva, Charité, Germany


11:15h11:30h Coffee break

11:30h13:00h
STEM CELLS & THERAPY
hosted by BONEBANK
Chair: Abbas Jafari Kermani and Torben Barrington, Odense University Hospital, Denmark
11:30h13:00h
FRACTURES & INNOVATION
hosted by BFCC
Chair: Colin Currie, Fragility Fracture Network, United Kingdom and Anders Jönsson, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden
  • Targeting skeletal stem cells to enhance bone formation
    Abbas Jafari Kermani, Odense University Hospital, Denmark
  • Determining quality of bone marrow skeletal stem cells prior to use in regenerative medicine.
    Justyna Kowal, Odense University Hospital, Denmark
  • Treatment of delayed-union fractures of long bones with minimally invasive administration of allogeneic bone-forming cells differentiated from mesenchymal stem cells: a pilot clinical trial
    Guy Heynen, Bone Therapeutics S.A. Gosselies, Belgium
  • Multi-process 3D bioprinting for bone tissue regeneration
    Miguel Dias Castilho, University Medical Center Utrecht
  • A 3D biofabricated bone marrow niche for multiple myeloma
    Jacqueline Alblas, University Medical Center Utrecht
  • Fetuin-A and functional outcome after surgery for osteoporotic fracture of the proximal femur"
    Dagmar-Christiane Fischer & Thomas Mittlmeier, Rostock University, Germany
  • Bisphosphonates and bones: can dosage and pathway enhance bone growth?
    Christina Perdikouri, BONESUPPORT, Sweden
  • Orthopedics, trauma: unsolved problems in osteoporosis associated fractures
    Johannes Maria Rueger, University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
  • Similarities and differences in proximal femoral fractures management in Lithuania and Germany.
    Šarūnas Tarasevičius, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
  • Implementing and validating a transnational fracture registry with a complication module
    Jasper Frese, University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein, Germany


13:00h Light lunch and farewell