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Vendredi 25 mai - samdedi 26 mai, 2018

The symposium is joining forces with the Canadian Connective Tissue Conference (CCTC) directly preceding the symposium in the same venue (May 23-25, 2018).
We have organized a lineup of world-renowned experts that will discuss (and possibly fight over) the question of fibroblastic progeny during tissue repair and fibrosis:
Jeremy Duffield, Giulio Gabbiani, Boris Hinz, Neil Henderson, Yuval Rinkevich, Fabio Rossi, Robert Schwabe, and Fiona Watt.
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Le symposium a joint forces avec la Canadian Connective Tissue Conference (CCTC) précédant directement le symposium au même endroit (du 23 au 25 mai 2018).
Nous avons invité des experts de renommée mondiale qui discuteront sur la question de la progéniture fibroblastique au cours de la réparation tissulaire et de la fibrose:
Jeremy Duffield, Giulio Gabbiani, Boris Hinz, Neil Henderson, Yuval Rinkevich, Fabio Rossi, Robert Schwabe et Fiona Watt.
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