Biofabrication is revolutionizing the ability to produce biological constructs with controlled architecture and properties. The impressive rate of progress achieved in (bio)printing and other biofabrication methods is establishing these techniques as mainstream approaches in 3D in vitro model development, tissue engineering, and regenerative medicine.
Therefore, for its twentieth edition, we are proud to introduce this new topic at the 2021 eCM conference. The program will aim to create a cross fertilization of ideas between biofabrication and musculoskeletal research. The format will remain the same as previous years, with a single session, ample space for constructive debate, and one free afternoon to take inspiration from the beauty of the Swiss alps to talk about science and maximize networking opportunities and interactions among the participants.
Prominent invited speakers and selected submitted contributions will illustrate the latest innovations and challenges in the field. There will be sessions on biofabrication processes, vascularization, specific musculoskeletal tissues, and a clinical session with dedicated time to discuss the barriers hindering the translation of biofabrication into clinical practice.
We are excited to host this conference and we are looking forward to welcoming you in Davos.
Prof. Matteo D'Este, Prof. Martin Stoddart, Dr Tiziano Serra
Local Conference Organisers
Prof. Matteo D' Este
eCM Conferences Chair
Focus Area Leader Biomedical Materials, AO Research Institute, Davos, CH.
Prof. Martin Stoddart
eCM Conferences Chair and Webmaster
Scientific Editor eCM Journal
Program Leader, Regenerative Orthopaedics, AO Research Institute, Davos, CH.
Dr Tiziano Serra
Research Scientist, AO Research Institute, Davos, CH.
The course organisation does not take out insurance to cover participants against accidents or other risks. Personal belongings deposited in the are the responsibility of the individual participant.
Please always wear your name tag. Persons without the eCM registered name tag are not allowed inside the congress area and lecture hall.
The Registration Desk is open during lectures and poster sessions.
Phones and Cameras
Please note it is not allowed to use portable telephones in the lecture halls. Video taping or photography of lectures or posters is also not allowed.