German Society for Renereative Medicine GRM


10 Years Anniversary (2002-2012)

In 2002 the German Society for Regenerative Medicine (GRM) was founded in the city of Frankfurt am Main. Today the organization consists of nearly 500 members who are partly small and medium sized entities and partly large research institutions like e.g. the Fraunhofer Institute. Because neither research nor economic activity are confined by national boundaries. Communications must be international as wel.

Following this strategy the GRM founded the European Society for Regenerative Medicine (ESRM) in the year 2004 and cooperates closely with the European research network REGENERATE. REGENERATE is a European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG), an independent and private non-profit organization. It can be described as a network of expertise in Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering with a European core and partners in the USA and Asia.

In the future the GRM will be also represented in Austria and Switzerland.

GRM Cooperations

In addition, the GRM cooperates with and is linked via individual memberships to a variety of scientific and regulatory institutions, e.g. Fraunhofer IGB Stuttgart, MaxPlanck, University Hospital Freiburg, University of Cologne etc.

GRM Networking

The most distinguished accomplishment of GRM is the development of a wide network.

GRM provides a network, promotes awareness campaigns on Regenerative Medicine and has become a prominent voice in this promising field of medicine. GRM is convinced that only a European approach can help to foster the dialogue on Regenerative Medicine in the near future.