Translational Research Workshop: How to Improve Translational Medicine

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The ForTra gGmbh for Research Transfer (subsidiary of the Else Kröner Fresenius Foundation) would like to invite to the 4th EKFS Translational Research Workshop on September 22 & 23, 2021 in Frankfurt/Main.

At the workshop distinguished experts will discuss the important challenge “How to Improve Translational Medicine”. They will present possible solutions to increase the chances of biomedical products reaching the market and benefiting patients.

Come and join us in Frankfurt to discuss the possibilities for empowering translational medicine and learn about a variety of tools to support and finance your translational research project on its way to clinical application.

Attending the workshop is free of charge, but you need to register in advance at the following email address: translatorik@ekfs.de

The limited seating will be allocated according to the time of registration (first come, first served).

What: How to Improve Translational Medicine

Date: September 22, 2 p.m. & September 23, 9 a.m.

Target audience: for physicians and scientists interested in the successful implementation of their projects on its way to clinical application. The lectures and discussions will be held in English.

Where: Congress Center Messe Frankfurt am Main, Entrance: Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1, 60327 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Wissenschaftliche Ansprechpartner:

Queries: Prof. Dr. Martin Zörnig, +49 (6172)-8975 12

Registration: translatorik@ekfs.de

Weitere Informationen:

https://ekfs.de/en/current-topics/events/4th-translational-research-workshop-how…

Media Contact

Bianka Jerke Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Else Kröner-Fresenius-Stiftung

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