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German Polish Network for Biomedical Engineering

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About GRouPING

Why the network

Musculoskeletal disorders such as bone and cartilage defects are the most notorious causes of physical disability, affecting millions of people worldwide and inflicting tremendous costs on health care systems. The challenge to treat such diseases is further enhanced by the increase in biomaterial associated infections combined with the decreased reservoir of effective antibiotics.

Therefore GRouPING e.V. aims to establish an interdisciplinary network to contribute in the development of a new generation of biomaterials, innovative scaffolds and of new health care technologies.

The society's purpose is to encourage, foster, promote and develop sustainable cooperation in particular of German and Polish research institutions, clinical institutions or other scientifically engaged entities in the field of biomedical research and development.

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GRouPING was founded on the initiative of the binational Research Development and Training Network "German Polish Network for Bone Engineering" (GO BONE), which was financially supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

SPECIFIC AIMS

What we want

sharing

to encourage and foster the exchange of scientific knowledge between the German and Polish members

cooperation

to stimulate the cross-border cooperation and increase the international cooperation with other research institutions in Europe in the field of biomedical research

transfer

to promote the transfer of biomedical innovations from "bench to market" by establishment of an active network promoting intense scientific exchange between research institutions and small and intermediate size enterprises (SMEs)

cross-border

to bring together interested research institutions and SMEs by partnering workshops, establishment of project teams for applications within European programs like Horizon 2020 or related national, bi-national and European funding schemes

funding

propagation of scientific information funding opportunities and other related information to the members

exchange

promotion of the bilateral scientific exchange of students and young researchers between different research institutions

Our Partners

Who is with us

TU Dresden, Faculty of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Institute of Materials Science, Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials (MBC)
tu-dresden.de/ifww

TU Dresden, Centre for Translational Bone, Joint and Soft Tissue Research (TFO)
tu-dresden.de/tfo

German Society for Biomaterials (DGBM)
dgbm.org

InnoTERE Biomaterials GmbH, Radebeul
innotere.de

AGH University of Science and Technology Krakow, Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics, Department of Biomaterials (AGH)
agh.edu.pl

Polish Society for Biomaterials (PSB)
biomat.krakow.pl

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German Polish Network for Biomedical Engineering (GRouPING) e.V.

c/o Prof. Scharnweber, TU Dresden Max Bergmann Center of Biomaterials Budapester Str. 27 01069 Dresden GERMANY

info@grouping-network.org

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