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MSC 2013 - Adult Stem Cell Therapy & Regenerative Medicine

19 Aug 2013 - 21 Aug 2013 - Cleveland, OH, USA



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Having problems taking your bench adult stem cell research to the bedside? Learn from leaders in the field at MSC2013-www.msc2013.net Poster deadline July 19

MSC2013: Adult Stem Cell Therapy & Regenerative Medicine www.msc2013.net is taking place August 19-21, 2013, in Cleveland, Ohio. MSC2013 will feature invited lectures from thought-leaders and provide podium talks, poster sessions, and a venue for investigators and students to present and discuss their research.  There is a focus on the translation of adult stem cell and tissue engineering technologies from the bench to the bedside and promotion of interactions between the research and commercialization communities to accelerate FDA approval.  Key lectures include sources of derivation, disease models, immunomodulation, regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, cell biology and cell therapy clinical trials in cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurological and immunological fields. Abstracts for MSC2013 will be accepted until all 90 spots are filled. Submitted abstracts will also be considered for Podium presentations as part of the main program. United Airlines hub and low room rate make this conference very affordable to attend!






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