BSTE 2023 – 10th Belgian Symposium on Tissue Engineering

The 10th edition of the BSTE symposium will be organized by the University of Liège on December 6 & 7, 2023 in Liège, Belgium. Keeping the BSTE tradition alive, an attractive program including international renowned speakers, industrial involvement and several presentation opportunities for PhDs and Post-Docs has been proposed. We are looking forward to meet you at the 10th Belgian Symposium on Tissue Engineering in Liège!


The goals of the Belgian Society for Tissue Engineering (BSTE) are to connect all Belgian researchers, as well as international collaborators, active within the field of tissue engineering and to promote scientific research in this domain. Both objectives are met by the organization of the annual BSTE symposium. This symposium offers interesting networking opportunities, while international and Belgian speakers discuss recent advances in the fields of e.g. stem cell-based therapies, biomaterial development, computational modelling, biomedical imaging and image analysis, etc.

Abstract book

You will find the BSTE 2023 abstract book here later.

Scientific program

You will find the BSTE 2023 scientific program here later.

Organizing Committee

Confirmed speakers

France Lambert
France Lambert

University of Liège

Ingrid Meulenbelt
Ingrid Meulenbelt

Leiden University

Georg Duda
Georg Duda

Charité Berlin

Abhay Pandit
Abhay Pandit

University of Galway

Aurélie Carlier
Aurélie Carlier

University of Maastricht


Registration for the BSTE 2023 event will open in September 2023.



The symposium will take place at the University of Liège, Auditorium Léon Fredericq in Liège.

The Léon Fredericq auditorium is located in the GIGA tower, on the 5th floor, B34.

GIGA is located on the Sart-Tilman Campus, Univeristy of Liège (Belgium).

The GIGA tower is part of the site of the University Hospital (CHU).

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