Leading global research institutions will be presenting results from joint research on Xeltis restorative devices at TERMIS 6th World Congress in Maastricht 15-18 November. Organised by the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society, the congress will focus on biologically-inspired, technology-driven regenerative medicine this year.

Researchers from the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e – NL), the Badylak Laboratory at McGowan Institute, University of Pittsburgh (USA) and the University of Tübingen (D) will each be presenting preclinical data on Xeltis’ restorative material platform and its application in heart valves and blood vessels.

“It is an honour to work in partnership with such renown academic research centers, to expand the global understanding of cardiovascular restoration and its achievements through medical device technology,” said CTO and Co-founder Martijn Cox.