Wednesday, 19 October 2011

ELRIG - Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine

Visit us at stand 21 on 8th November in Hinxton Hall, Cambridge. This conference, Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, will highlight state of the art research and technology enabling the provision of stem cells, their differentiation into desired cell types as well as applications as potential therapeutic agents.

The provision of Stem Cells and their derived progeny is one of the most promising high impact developments in modern medical science. In pharmaceutical research they have been harnessed to provide a plethora of highly characterised cells for a wide range of applications. More direct applications of stem cells are also enabling the development of a whole new field of therapy, Regenerative Medicine, focusing on the underlying causes of diseases by effectively replacing or regenerating the damaged cells themselves.

Registration for this event is FREE. Follow this link to register your details.

Speaker programme includes:
“Stem cells and the applications to regenerative medicine and drug testing” – Malcolm Alison, QMUL
“Optimising the production of Red Blood Cells from haematopoietic stem cells” – Katie Glen, Loughborough University
“Human embryonic stem cells derived hepatocytes and bioartificial liver development” – Sebastian Greenhough, Edinburgh University
“Towards regeneration of the ocular surface” – Julie Daniels, UCL

To view the full speaker programme and for more information about this event, please go to the ELRIG website.

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