3rd International Symposium on the

Future of Regenerative Medicine

planned on March 25-27, 2020 in Rome


Due to the medical emergency for the Covid-19 infection that the whole world is experiencing at the moment we are forced to postpone the event


Abstract submission is stopped


Paolo Di Nardo
Vincenzo Desiderio
Sanjiv Dhingra
Giuseppe Orlando

Scientific Committee

Felicia Carotenuto
Mauro Casalboni
Anna Maria Maccari
Antonio Musarò
Antonio Rinaldi
Laura Teodori
Maria Letizia Terranova

Organizing Committee

Silvia Baiguera
Francesca Corsi
Sara Politi
Arslan ul-Haq

Regenerative Medicine is very important area of translational research, it is based on the ability of stem cells 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 understanding the behavior of stem cells and their capabilities to adapt to the local environment and initiate regenerative processes after transplantation.



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 cell 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. The tremendous success of that meeting and continuous support from partners has prompted to organize the second joint meeting held in Ostuni (Italy) in October  2018 (www.ostuniregenerative.org)



The growing interest to these new aspects of regenerative medicine  has led us to organize the 3rd Symposium,  hoping to enlarge the network  and open to an active  cooperation of   researchers and industries to provide a comprehensive overview of various aspects of stem cell biology and applications. This interactive event will offer the latest and most significant developments in basic and clinical research; participants will also get opportunities to discuss future prospects in the field of stem cells and tissue engineering and related areas. 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.


Stem Cell Prowess & Microenvironment
Emerging and Smart Biomaterials
Advanced Protocols for Tissue Engineering
Material Modeling and Characterization
Investing on Emerging Ideas (Phd Students)
Industrial and Clinical Applications of Cell Therapy and Tissue Engineering


Patricia Murray

University of Liverpool , Liverpool, UK

Christodoulos Xinaris

Mario Negri Institute, Milan, IT

Daniel J. Weiss

University of Vermont, Burlington,  USA

Giuseppe Orlando

Wake Forest University, Winston Salem NC, USA

Umberto Galderisi

University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli IT

Sveva Bollini

University of Genoa IT

Andrea Del Fattore

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Rome, IT

Cinzia Marchese

University La Sapienza, Rome, IT

Stephanie Willerth

University of Victoria, CA

Balwant Tuana

University of Ottawa, CA

Nirmal Robinson

University of South Australia, Adelaide, AU

Tarik Regad

Nottingham Trent University , Nottingham, UK

Michael P. Czubryt

University of Manitoba, CA

Albrecht Reichle

Regensburg University Hospital, Regensburg, D

Francesco Marampon

University of La Sapienza, Rome, IT

Lina Ghibelli

University of Tor Vergata, Rome, IT

Ann Zeuner

Istituto Superiore di Sanità, ISS, Rome, IT

Kamil Can Ahcali

University of Ankara, TR

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The registration fee includes participation in the meeting, coffee breaks, lunchs and social dinner. A transportation bus could be available from the suggested affiliated hotel to the Capitol Hill conference center.
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Piazza del Campidoglio, 00186 Roma RMinfo@romeregenerative.org

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