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Translational Regenerative Medicine

21 Oct 2014 - 22 Oct 2014 - Leipzig, Germany



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SELECTBIO is hosting the Translational Regenerative Medicine Congress which is organized by the Translational Centre for Regenerative Medicine (TRM) of the Leipzig University. This indication-related congress brings together delegates from clinic, leading pharmaceutical companies and academia from around the world focusing on innovative treatment strategies in the field of regenerative medicine.The congress provides presentations and panel discussions focusing on novel diagnostic and therapeutic methods of regenerative medicine. For practitioners, this translation-oriented event offers the exceptional opportunity to gain knowledge about new treatment concepts in regenerative medicine. For researchers, this event offers a platform to promote new therapeutic approaches in regenerative medicine and to create a business platform.

The Translational Centre for Regenerative Medicine (TRM) based in Leipzig, Germany, develops novel diagnostic and therapeutic methods of regenerative medicine and enables the rapid transfer of results into medical practice. In the framework of interdisciplinary research projects the TRM bridges the gap between basic research, clinical application and commercial exploitation. Its Service portfolio comprises Research and Development Services, Non-clinical Safety Testing, Preclinical Services and Continuing Education and Consulting. TRM is an experienced organizer of international conferences and co-organizes the World Conference on Regenerative Medicine, one of the biggest conferences in the field of regenerative medicine.

Agenda Topics:
•    Clinical Video Tutorial
•    Stem Cell Sources / Usage of Adipose-derived Stem Cells
•    Treatments in Eye, Bone & Cartilage, Liver, Cord Blood Blood, Skin & Blood Vessels
•    Tutorial on Legal Issues



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