The regenerative medicine symposium was held on October 24-27 with nearly 200 attendees and over 20 expert speakers
MIAMI LAKES, Florida—The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA), in collaboration with SISDET, held a highly successful three-day medical conference on the University of Miami campus on October 24-26. The conference featured a host of international experts in regenerative medicine and introduced new standards in regenerative medicine protocols to those in attendance. The Miami conference is part of the ISSCA’s growing commitment to increasing the awareness and practice of regenerative medicine across the globe in an effort to help alleviate suffering for those diagnosed with degenerative diseases.
Around 200 physicians, scientists, and researchers interested in regenerative medicine traveled to the University of Miami campus for the event. The conference focused on providing attendees with information on today’s most successful stem cells treatment protocols and the latest advances in regenerative medicine. Attendees heard from more than 20 expert speakers within the stem cells field, with lecturers from Europe, the US, and Latin America on the conference agenda.
“This three-day event included recognized keynote speakers, as well as aspiring young physicians discussing the latest advances in stem cell biology in an informal and collaborative setting,” said Benito Novas, Vice President of Public Relations for ISSCA. “Our goal with all of our events is to strengthen the cooperative and dynamic spirit in this research area. We would also like to thank the University of Miami for hosting this event, as it was a great honor partnering with such a prestigious university.”
ISSCA is a global leader in stem cells research, applications, and education, partnering with major global institutions and locations worldwide to host its independent medical congresses. To learn more about the ISSCA and its all of its past and upcoming events, visit http://www.issca.us