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Cartilage Engineering and Regenerative Medicine at ETH Zürich

Student Projects:

Still looking for a thesis or a semester project for the upcoming semester?

We offer a range of bachelor, master and semester projects for both engineers and biologists >>

Post Docs:

Post Docs with a suitable background are encouraged to apply to our lab. For more information about Post Doc fellowships please visit the homepage for the ETH fellowship applications

Our group develops novel strategies for regenerating tissues including cartilage, bone and nerves. Read our mission statement >>

Cartilage Engineering & Regeneration

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Injured cartilage has a very low regeneration potential. Our goal is develop comprehensive therapies to jump-start the repair process using techniques including layer-by-layer tissue assembly, siRNA delivery, and novel biomaterials >>

Open Student Projects:

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Interested in printing tissues and cells? Designing nanoparticles to control cell fate? Using layer-by-layer techniques to assemble tissues? We invite motivated students to check out these projects and others >>

Cartilage Injuries: What's in the pipeline?

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If you or your family member has a cartilage injury, the alphabet soup of treatment acronyms can be confusing.  Find out what OATS, ACI, CACI, MACI and AMIC mean for you  >>
 

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