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ICRS 2018 Macau – Onsite Registrations are still possible 

In a few days, the 14th ICRS World Congress in Macau will finally take world center stage of the latest clinical research and basic science in cartilage regeneration & joint preservation.

This is the first World Congress to focus  on regenerative medicine including Osteoarthritis and pre-OA. World leaders in regenerative medicine and joint degeneration will lead the discussion on some of the most controversial and exciting topics. Special sessions are focused on the use of PRP, pluripotent (Stem) cell technology, bioprinting and proteomics but also technical aspects of delivery, implantation and clinical decision making.  Special emphasis is also given to post-operative rehabilitation. The ICRS world congress features a world class faculty from Europe, America and Asia. Participation in Instructional course lectures in basic science topics as well as clinical techniques and challenges allows for direct discussions with the world’s foremost experts.

4 Meeting Days, 80 Invited Speakers, 2 Key Note Lectures, 5 Plenary Sessions, 21 Special Sessions, 180 Free Papers, 200 Posters, 8 Workshops, 8 Industry Symposia, Mini Battles, Panel Discussions & Debates, Industry Exhibits and the Award Session will allow to witness many new break-throughs. 

Onsite Registrations are still available

Go to: Congress Registration 
ICRS is proud to announce that ICRS 2018 – 14th World Congress Macau has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education for a maximum of 20 European CME credits (ECMEC®s).

In a few days,…
ICRS 2018 Macau – Onsite Registrations are still possible