3rd International Symposium on the

Future of Regenerative Medicine

Online event, September 24-25, 2021

Chairmen

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Scientific Committee

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Organizing Committee

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Regenerative Medicine is an upcoming and very important area of translational research, it is based on the ability of stem cells and biomaterials to repair damaged tissue. Since age and degenerative diseases downregulate the regenerative capacity of endogenous stem cells, therefore, the ability of endogenous and exogenous stem cells to maintain and restore normal tissue function is being extensively investigated. There have been several challenges involved in clinical translation of stem cells and biomaterials therapies.

 


 

In this perspective, the International Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering Network, the Center for Regenerative Medicine of Rome and the St. Boniface Hospital Research Centre of Winnipeg, Canada are fully committed to contribute to the advancement of stem cell research and tissue engineering approaches to find stem cells and materials based future therapies. The first meeting through these collaborative efforts was held in Tuscania (Italy) in October 2017 in which more than 70 scientists/clinicians from all over the world shared their experience, expertise, and views on the future of stem cells and biomaterials-based regenerative approaches. The tremendous success of that meeting and continuous support from partners has prompted us to organize the second joint meeting held in Ostuni (Italy) in October 2018 (www.ostuniregenerative.org).

 


 

The growing interest towards new aspects of regenerative medicine, our commitment to these endeavors, and enthusiastic support from partners has led us to organize the 3rd International Symposium on the Future of Regenerative Medicine. Unfortunately, due to COVID related travel restrictions this conference will be held virtually via an on-line platform. This interactive on-line event will offer the latest and most significant developments in basic, industry oriented and clinical research in the field. Participants will also get opportunities to discuss future prospects in the area of stem cells and tissue engineering and related research. Opportunities will be provided to develop significant interactions among researchers and private companies in order to establish a concrete platform for technology development in the field of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.

Sessions

Stem Cell Niche & Microenvironment
Emerging and Smart Biomaterials
Advanced Protocols for Tissue Engineering
iPSC and Disease Modelling
Tissue Regeneration and Wound Healing
Material Modeling and Characterization
Investing on Emerging Ideas (Phd Students)
Industrial and Clinical Applications of Cell Therapy and Tissue Engineering

Speakers

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Luigi Vanvitelli
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Copia di St.BonifaceH
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LILT
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