BSRT Graduate School

Linked in Regeneration

Linked in Regeneration06.06.2018 16:30 - 17:30IGS Auditorium
Title of Course: 
Computational modelling of bone regeneration processes: going from bench to bed side
Optional or Mandatory: 
This course is optional for doctoral researchers at the BSRT

Linked in regeneration” wants to offer young and senior scientists from Berlin to come together and discuss with internationally renowned guest speakers how to advance research into regenerative medicine and its translation into the clinics. The Lecture Series Linked in Regeneration 2018 is organized and hosted by young postdocs of the Berlin-Brandenburg School for Regenerative Therapies.



Wednesday, 6 June 2018 | 16.30 am

Speaker: Aurélie Carlier 

(Maastricht University, MERLN Institute, the Netherlands)

Host: Clemens Kühn (JWI)


Computational modelling of bone regeneration processes: going from bench to bed side


Aurélie Carlier is tenure track assistant professor in the MERLN Institute in Maastricht, the Netherlands. She received her MSc in Biomedical Engineering in 2010 and her PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2014, both at the KU Leuven, Belgium. Her research interests encompass the multiscale computational modelling of biological processes, with a particular focus on bone tissue engineering applications and cell-biomaterial interactions. Her computational expertise ranges from hypothesis-based mechanistic models and data-driven network models to machine learning. Aurélie Carlier is the author of 15 ISI indexed journal papers, 2 book chapters and over 60 full conference proceedings and abstracts. Her research achievements have been awarded with a number of distinctions, including the Student Award of the European Society of Biomechanics (ESB, 2012), the Reinhart Heinrich Doctoral Thesis Award by the European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ESMTB, 2015) and the Best Doctoral Thesis Award by the European Society of Biomechanics (ESB, 2015). She has also been elected as member of theTissue Engineering Young Investigator Council (TEN YIC, 2016) and received a prestigious VENI career development grant (0.25 M€) from the Dutch Science Foundation.

Click here for profile of Aurélie Carlier


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