Who is developing what?
Which expertise exist in norther Germany and Denmark with regard to bones, bone healing and stem cells?
Find your answers here: competenceatlas
Currently, bone marrow and bone fragments containing valuable stem cells are discarded as waste during routine bone operations. The potential of these stem cells lies primarily in their use for regenerative therapies, such as the treatment of bone fractures.
During the last three years, we already:
Our current goals are:
- Development of a cross-border legally compliant (GMP) method for the extraction, storage and use of bone material.
- Development of a GMP compliant cell product
- Foundation of a BONEBANK organisation
With this competence atlas, we established a tool to find expertise in the German-Danish border region in the field of bone stem cells that attracts interregional interest.
BONEBANK is supported by Interreg Deutschland-Danmark with funds from the European Regional Development Fund. Duration: Sep. 2015 - Feb. 2019 | Total budget: 2.4 million Euros, thereof 1.34 million Euros funding
BONEBANK extension phase: Duration: Mar. 2019 - Aug. 2020 | Total budget: 1.5 million Euros, thereof 870.000 Euros funding