C. Erggelet (Zürich, CH)

Alphaclinic Orthopaedics
Christoph Erggelet is an orthopaedic surgeon in Zurich/Switzerland affiliated with the Department for Orthopeadic Surgery and Traumatology; University Medical Center; University of Freiburg/Germany. He received his MD in 1986 and passed the board exam for Orthopeadic Surgery in 1993. A PhD was granted by the University of Essen/Germany in 1987. Since 2002 he is faculty member of the University Medical School; University of Freiburg Germany. Research interests focus on biologic regeneration of joint function; eg culture of autologous chondrocytes; meniscus regeneration and ligament repair. He served as a founding board member of the Bio Valley initiative; a tri-national tissue engineering group; which enabled the setup of a licenced GMP laboratory at the university of Freiburg. International collaborations included board membership of the EU-funded EUROCELL program and the international Cartilage Repair Registry. Recent research has been done on stress loading of cartilage defects and stability of biodegradable scaffolds in collaboration with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich/Switzerland. Christoph Erggelet is member of ICRS since the foundation in 1997 and served as a board member. He was President of ICRS for the term office 2013-2015.

Presenter Of 3 Presentations

Extended Abstract (for invited Faculty only) Please select your topic

19.2.2 - Cartilage Regeneration - Is There Anything New?

Presentation Topic
Please select your topic
Date
14.04.2022
Lecture Time
16:15 - 16:30
Room
Potsdam 1
Session Type
Special Session
Extended Abstract (for invited Faculty only) Clinical Research

21.2.3 - Case Presentation 3

Presentation Topic
Clinical Research
Date
15.04.2022
Lecture Time
08:00 - 08:15
Room
Potsdam 1
Session Type
Morning Workshop
Extended Abstract (for invited Faculty only) Osteoarthritis

23.1.6 - Can We Prevent OA by Regenerative Medicine? Con

Presentation Topic
Osteoarthritis
Date
15.04.2022
Lecture Time
09:55 - 10:00
Room
Potsdam 1
Session Type
Plenary Session

Moderator Of 3 Sessions

Potsdam 1 Special Session
Session Type
Special Session
Date
12.04.2022
Time
12:00 - 13:00
Room
Potsdam 1
Session Description
In this session, the interaction and overlapping topics of Germany and ICRS will be discussed. Special focus on the presentation of international activities for future developments.
Session Learning Objective
  1. Participants should understand the contribution of German institutions to the international IRS community and experience worldwide networking.
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Potsdam 1 Special Session
Session Type
Special Session
Date
14.04.2022
Time
16:00 - 17:00
Room
Potsdam 1
Session Description
The continuum of Repair, Restore, Replacement in the context of joint preservation and treatment is the background for cartilage treatment. Indications and limitations of treatment options will be discussed.
Session Learning Objective
  1. The participants understand the paradigm of Repair, Restore, Replacement in the context of joint treatment.
CME Evaluation

Meeting Participant Of

Bellevue Plenary Session
Session Type
Plenary Session
Date
14.04.2022
Time
17:30 - 18:30
Room
Bellevue
Session Description
All ICRS members, present in Berlin are expected to attend the ICRS General Member’s Assembly. Retired Members and Corporate Members have no right to vote but are most welcome to attend. It is of utmost importance that as many members as possible attend this important meeting and take part in decision-making and approval processes of our association.