Early Stage Researcher 07, Federica Galbiati, will present her work entitled “Homeostatic, stress driven, isotropic growth in soft tissues: a hypoelastic micromechanical frameworkduring the next International Conference on Nonlinear Solid Mechanics (ICoNSOM, June 16th, Alghero). Growth in soft tissues is the continuous process of mass deposition/reabsorption to maintain a homeostatic mechanical state. This process plays an important role in both physiological and pathological development of tissues. The proposed study present a micromechanical framework that extend the classical growth model towards the realm of truly multiscale models, showing its capability to model growth in case of an independent growth-related deformation for each constituent.