The group will host six events across the globe, combining networking and education for practitioners of regenerative medicine
MIAMI LAKES, Florida— The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA), a worldwide leader in regenerative medicine education, has announced its slate of 2020 medical congresses. The group’s calendar includes dates at six locations across the globe
Through its congresses, the ISSCA seeks to create a platform through which physicians can collaborate, share data, initiate discussions, and exchange information that may be directly translated to therapeutic applications. All doctors who want to share their medical research are welcome to attend, and the ISSCA welcomes abstract submissions and reviews them on a continuing basis.
For the second year straight, the main topic discussed at ISSCA’s congresses will be how cellular products derived from birth tissue (allogeneic compounds) have revolutionized the industry by delivering safer, shorter stem cells procedures for practitioners. During each event, lecturers will respond to concerns attendees have about how regenerative medicine advances will satisfy FDA regulations and how new technologies could continue to help patients under new FDA laws.
This year, the ISSCA welcomes three new cities to its agenda—Salvador de Bahia, Brazil; Punta del Este, Uruguay; and Jakarta, Indonesia. The six congresses are as follows:
- May 2020: Mexico City, Mexico
- June 2020: Caracas, Venezuela
- August 2020: Salvador de Bahia, Brazil
- October 2020: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- November 2020: Jakarta, Indonesia
- December 2020: Punta del Este, Uruguay
“We at the ISSCA are looking forward to this year’s calendar of congresses, which will provide invaluable networking and educational opportunities to physicians looking to expand their knowledge on current innovations and best practices concerning regenerative medicine,” noted Benito Novas, ISSCA VP of Public Relations. “Our global congresses expand on ISSCA’s mission to continue to serve as the premier educational resource for physicians across the globe looking to introduce stem cells treatments into their practices.”
To learn more about the ISSCA or to register for an upcoming congress, visit www.issca.us.