ISSCA will partner with SIISDET at the October 2019 event, which will share valuable information with physicians regarding recent breakthroughs in regenerative medicine

MIAMI LAKES, Florida—The International Society for Stem Cells Application (ISSCA), a multi-disciplinary community of scientists and physicians collaborating to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through science, technology, and regenerative medicine, will co-host a symposium in October 2019 with the Sociedad Internacional en Investigación, Salud, Desarrollo Empresarial (SIISDET). The event will be held at the University of Miami on October 22-24, 2019 in the West Ballroom of the Shalala Student Complex.

The Miami symposium will feature educational sessions and product information and demonstrations aimed at doctors looking to incorporate regenerative medicine into their practices. Industry experts will be on hand to share the latest information on the newest compounds in the allogeneic stem cells market, including exosomes, amniotic fluid compounds, and cord blood products.

Allogeneic compounds have gained growing popularity in regenerative medicine due to their increased safety and treatment efficacy. With this in mind, ISSCA representatives will be on hand to give physicians the opportunity to learn more about these popular treatment solutions and how they can be utilized in their practices.

“We are pleased to be able to partner with SIISDET to be able to offer this exciting symposium at the University of Miami,” said Benito Novas, CEO of ISSCA. “We are continually seeking ways to bring the latest advances in regenerative medicine to physicians across the globe. Our Miami symposium will play a critical role in accomplishing this by helping physicians expand their knowledge bases and explore new treatment options in regenerative medicine.”

In addition to educational sessions, the Miami symposium will provide networking and social opportunities for those in attendance. Events on the agenda include an optional boat trip around Miami on the Miami River and a Columbian Day celebration offering live music and Colombian cuisine to symposium attendees.

To learn more about ISSCA’s Miami symposium or to register for the event, visit