Melbourne to host 2017 Osteology Symposium



The Switzerland-based Osteology Foundation is to stage a national symposium in Melbourne next year, the first time it has ever held an event in Australia.

The Osteology Australasia Symposium is themed ‘Strategies for predictable regeneration—Today and Tomorrow’, and boasts a program that will examine a number of different strategies for predictable hard-and-soft-tissue regeneration. The aim is to give practitioners the knowledge and skills they need in order to provide patients with the best possible treatment.

During two-day event in June, as well as hearing from a number of distinguished national and international speakers who will discuss the latest research in oral tissue regeneration, participants will have the opportunity to try out the latest techniques and materials in practical workshops.

The Osteology Foundation is a non-profit organisation. It was formed as an international, independent science-based forum to promote research in oral tissue regeneration and ensure that knowledge gained from research is translated into everyday clinical practice.

Today, the foundation promotes research, education and collaboration between universities and industry in the field of oral and maxillofacial tissue regeneration. In following its motto of Linking science with practice in regeneration, it hosts various national educational events.

The Australasian symposium will be held on June 2 and 3, 2017 at the Arthur Streeton Auditorium in Melbourne. More information can be found here.

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