The Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies (BSRT) is a joint graduate school of Charité, HU and FU in collaboration with the TU, Universität Potsdam and other renowned research institutions in the Max Planck Society as well as the Helmholtz and Leibniz Associations. It is funded under the Excellence Initiative.
Its central goal is to provide the educational basis that will enable young scientists to carry out interdisciplinary research on endogenous tissue regeneration with the aim of translating their results into therapeutic approaches.
BSRT offers programs for national and international doctoral researchers and postdocs with a background in medicine, natural and material sciences, and engineering who want to work at the cutting-edge of interdisciplinary research in Regenerative Medicine. The young scientists are introduced to modern scientific practices and state-of-the-art technology in workshops designed to fit their needs. In-depth education in the specific disciplines as well as training across the disciplines provides an all-round education in cell and molecular biology, bioengineering, biotechnology and biomaterials.
The complementary courses impart skills such as communication, presentation and entrepreneurship in order to prepare the young scientists for a future career in or outside academia. They benefit from a unique approach to fostering collaborative science (BioThinking) and work within a strong and intellectually stimulating network of scientists.
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Freie Universität Berlin programme Prof. Dr. Georg N. Duda Dr. Sabine Bartosch
Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies, BSRT, endogenous tissue regeneration, regenerative therapies
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