BSRT Graduate School

Linked in Regeneration

Linked in Regeneration10.10.2018 16:30 - 17:30Cranach House Auditorium
Title of Course: 
Healing of Bone Defects by Modulating Macrophage-MSC Crosstalk
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, 10 October 2018 | 16.30 am

Speaker: Stuart B. Goodman

(Stanford University, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery; Department of Bioengineering; Institute of Chemistry, Engineering and Medicine for Human Health)

Host: Janosch Schoon (BSRT Postdoc/JWI)


Healing of Bone Defects by Modulating Macrophage-MSC Crosstalk


Stuart B. Goodman is the Robert L. and Mary Ellenburg Professor of Surgery, and Professor with tenure in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Stanford University. He has a courtesy appointment in the Department of Bioengineering, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chemistry, Engineering and Medicine for Human Health (ChEM-H) at Stanford University. Dr. Goodman successfully combines his clinical focus on adult reconstruction surgery of the lower extremity, osteonecrosis of hip and knee and primary and joint replacement with his clinical and basic research. His primary field of interest connects the role of the immune system with musculoskeletal disorders, regeneration and repair. Dr. Goodman is a well-known expert in the field of biocompatibility of implant materials regarding the local immune responses to implant surfaces and wear products from orthopedic implants. He is a member of numerous academic organizations and editorial boards of various nameable scholarly journals.

Click here for profile of Stuart B. Goodman


Three interesting publications