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Symposium on Modern Concepts in Implant Development

Symposium and workshop on the latest advancements in implant development

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The Ingenuity Lab at Balgrist University Hospital, Zurich, is inviting you to join an exciting symposium and workshop, where leading experts in translational implant development will address current challenges and share cutting-edge innovations. This convention offers a unique opportunity to connect with interdisciplinary researchers and explore the latest advancements in implants. We look forward to welcoming you to a collaborative symposium, providing a platform to discuss recent challenges and upcoming concepts in orthopedic research and implant development. Researchers and students from both translational and clinical sciences are welcome to join.


    Day 1 - July 18th, 2024

    13.30 - 17.00 Symposium

    • Latest developments in surgical techniques for bone-tumor resection
    • Custom-made implants for defect reconstruction
    • 3D-printing technologies
    • Implant modification strategies

    17.00 - 18.30 Networking Apéro


    Day 2 - July 19th, 2024

    8.00 - 16.00 Hands-On Workshop

    • Invited experts will conduct pelvic reconstruction experiments in the Operating Room X (OR-X) using custom-made, 3D-printed implants. Limited spots available. For participation, please contact us in advance by e-mail.

    Confirmed speakers

    • Prof. Bergita Ganse, University of Saarland ("Smart Implants for Bone Fractures")
    • Prof. Frank Traub, University of Mainz ("Pelvic Bone Tumors: Challenges of Resection and Reconstruction")
    • Dr. Sebastian Walter, University of Cologne ("Pelvic and Acetabular Reconstruction - Techniques, Pearls and Pitfalls")
    • Prof. Inge Herrmann, Balgrist University Hospital / ETH Zürich

    Balgrist University Hospital, Forchstrasse 340, 8008 Zurich

    • Day 1: Auditorium
    • Day 2: Operating Room X (OR-X)

    Dr. Robert Nissler