ISSCA is back for the second year in a row after a brief hiatus due to Covid with its annual ISSCA World Congress Of Regenerative Medicine 2022 for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies and Technology in Istanbul, Turkey.[Istanbul, Turkey, 19/Jan/2022] — The International Society for Stem Cell Applications, ISSCA, is again having the most anticipated regenerative medicine occasion of the year September 22-24, 2022. The non-profit association is celebrated worldwide for conveying the benefits of regenerative medicine to nations worldwide and nurturing an international congregation of world-class scientists and doctors from more than 35 countries via its conferences—the last of which took place on May 27-28th at the Pullman Istanbul Hotel & Convention Center.
The congress concentrates on getting physicians together from all over the world with three full days of conferences and workshops, such as the aesthetic applications workshop and the clinical applications workshop. Throughout this event, physicians and researchers speak with panels to discuss the recent advancements in the quickly expanding field of regenerative medicine; top among these are:
● Molecular biology.
● New models of treatment in surgical and cosmetic applications.
● The latest technological advancements hit the area.
This conference includes a panel on Cellgenic Exosomes, which stems from years of progress towards discovering a regenerative medicine development to reduce harsh operating room time. The accumulation of this data serves one purpose– more effective treatment of degenerative disease worldwide with up-to-date therapeutic applications of stem cells.
Additionally, the conference also discusses the legal terrain for the practice of regenerative medicine as it offers itself around the world, meaning multiple national governments have input to some degree. Lectures are held over the course of the day at this congress, which is part of ISSCA’s mission to sustain a paradigm shift from conventional healthcare answers to regenerative medicine and deliver the latest ingenious findings and expansions in all areas of stem cell research.
The conference is held at the elegant Hotel Hyatt Regency, located near Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport. The hotel offers guests the medley of convenience, culture, and comfort while touring the ancient city, Turkey’s epicenter of entertainment and rich history. Congress attendees will uncover sceneries such as the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque.
ISSCA Vice President Benito Novas had this to say about the conference: “It feels amazing to be back out– after so long with lockdowns and traveling difficulties, we were wondering if we would have to wait even longer to host an event. But, of course, it’s been far from ideal– even if the world locks down, research continues, and breakthroughs come through in our field of regenerative medicine month after month. Our ISSCA Congresses provide a great opportunity to spread this information out to the physicians who need it the most, and we plan to host as many as we can before the end of the year.”
Join the group of doctors looking for new alternatives for their patients by registering today to partake in ISSCA’s forthcoming events! Get ready to scale up your knowledge!
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About International Society for Stem Cells Applications
The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA) is a multidisciplinary society of physicians and scientists aspiring to treat diseases through advances in science, tech, and regenerative medicine. ISSCA helps its members through advancements made to the specialty of regenerative medicine.
Regenerative medicine standards and certifications are critical, which is why ISSCA delivers certificate training worldwide. The objective is to inspire more doctors to practice regenerative medicine and open it globally. Incorporated under the Republic of Korea as a non-profit entity, the ISSCA is focused on promoting excellence and standards in the field of regenerative medicine.