The workshop programe schedule is in the Central European Summer Time (UTC+2). 

Abstract Submission Extended (Closed)

The deadline for abstract submission was extended to 30. 4. 2021

Covid-19 update

Brno Termis Workshop is going virtual.
Registration fee for virtual event reduced by 75%.


The International Clinical Research Center of St. Anne University Hospital, Brno, and Masaryk University are pleased to announce the VIRTUAL TERMIS workshop: "Cell-Matrix Interaction and Mechanobiology in Regenerative Medicine" running between June 10 – 11 2021 in Brno, Czech Republic, the birthplace of modern genetics.      

TERMIS workshop "Cell-Matrix Interaction And Mechanobiology in Regenerative Medicine" aims to bring together students and researchers from a broad range of disciplines with a common focus on mechanobiology and cell-matrix biology applied to organ development, regeneration, and tissue engineering. 

Looking forward to meeting you! 

Giancarlo Forte

Workshop Chair

Main topics

  • Cellular mechanosensing 

  • Materials for regeneration

  • Disease modelling 

  • Cell, tissue dynamics and patterning


Dates & deadlines

  • Abstract submission deadline: April 30, 2021 (closed)
  • Registration deadline: May 31, 2021
  • Wokshop: June 10 – 11, 2021

Workshop description

Concise key lectures on important concepts, discoveries, and cutting edge research will be delivered by young and established experts in this quickly growing field. With the stage thus set, an opportunity to present their own research by short interactive talks will be given to participants, based on the quality of submitted abstracts. The afternoon lectures will be followed by an evening poster session. In order to maximise the interactionn among participants, the number of available seats is limited to 100. The selection of participants will be based on the “first come, first served” basis. Thanks to generous support from our partners, several travel grants will be be made avilable to the best abstracts. 
We anticipate that participation in the workshop will lead to a broader view of mechanobiology research, cross-disciplinary collaboration among attendees, and shared understanding of the path towards the use of mechanobiology in regenerative medicine