The two-day certification program is sponsored by ISSCA, will feature three topics new to the group’s Colombian training circuit
MIAMI LAKES, Florida— The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA), a global leader in stem cells research, applications, and education, has announced their latest certification program to be held in Bogota, Colombia on March 13-14, 2020.
The Stem Cells Certification course will feature a number of educational and hands-on sessions designed to give physicians the tools needed to integrate regenerative treatments into their practices. Registration for the two-day course is limited to eight participants to allow for intensive training and interaction.
During the two-day training, ISSCA faculty will share the latest stem cell protocols, including how to harvest and process stem cells derived from Stromal Vascular Faction (SVF) tissue and bone marrow.
ISSCA faculty will additionally introduce three new protocols never before covered in past courses held in Colombia. The new curriculum includes clinical applications of allogeneic stem cells; using GCell technology, a device that can process SVF without enzymatic compounds; and an introduction to NK cell protocols, the newest regenerative medicine treatment to fight cancer.
“Our two-day training in Bogota will provide physicians with an invaluable opportunity to receive intensive hands-on training and education in some of today’s most effective and cutting-edge stem cells protocols,” said Benito Novas, ISSCA VP of Public Relations. “Physicians will learn from global leaders in the stem cells industry and be able to take practical application strategies back with them to integrate into their own practices to help patients suffering from degenerative diseases.”To learn more about the ISSCA, visit www.issca.us. More information about the Bogota certification course can be found at http://cursocelulasmadre.com/entrenamiento-bogota-programa/