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Regenerative Medicine Foundation 2012 Conference

17 Oct 2012 - 19 Oct 2012 - Westin Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

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The Regenerative Medicine Foundation is hosting a unique program that will address new discoveries and future directions in our industry. What started as a small "forum" in 2005, has grown into a small "conference" deliberately so we can provide additional insight and opportunities for partnering, networking and exchanging information. 

We've invited a business innovation program to introduce the annual program, which will include leading product development experts from a variety of biotech and non-medical industries. The invited experts will provide a new understanding for strategic opportunities that can be applied today. 

Both programs will feature cross-over discussions between innovation experts and leading university researchers, between company owners and governmental representatives, between leaders and executives from regional and global biotech, medical device, and diagnostic companies; between venture capitalists and representatives from non-profit organizations, between policy leaders and global media.

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