The purpose of ICRS is charitable: The ICRS is a forum for international collaboration in cartilaginous tissue research by bringing together basic scientists and clinical researchers engaged or interested in the field of cartilage biology and cartilaginous tissue engineering. The link between laboratory work and the daily treatments of patients in a clinical setting is very important. To serve its purpose, the ICRS organizes international congresses and various events, publishes journals, and provides a universal educational platform to stimulate education and research within the field of cartilage repair. Furthermore, the society supports research projects, scholarships, traveling fellowships and etc.
Attending ICRS meetings has been a game-changer for me as an orthopaedic surgeon. As a result, I became an early adopter of Biologics. The scientific content pertaining to Biologics that is presented from researchers all over the globe is unsurpassed.
The collaborations of differing medical disciplines coming together at ICRS conferences is truly special. I have learned more at these than many other conferences I attend during the year.
Good scientific meetings – excellent medical information – conferences containing the latest modern science – getting to know colleagues from different countries.
The Annual Meetings are very informative and a good mixture between clinics and research.
The only meeting where I can be a Professor in one session and a Student in the next session and learn from my FRIENDS.
Great congress – all about cartilage in just a couple of days!
Love ICRS family and networking opportunities offered by the ICRS. Organization of meetings/educational events is the best among similar societies. Presidents and faculty dinners are something I always look forward to.
ICRS content is the “go-to” educational source for those looking to develop a career in cartilage surgery.