The World Conference on Regenerative Medicine 2015 will take place from October 21-23, 2015 in Leipzig, Germany. Online registration is now open at: www.wcrm-leipzig.com. Abstracts for oral and poster presentations can be submitted until 10 June on the conference website. The conference offers a presentation and discussion platform to different disciplines of regenerative medicine.
In October, 2015 Leipzig again will be the central meeting place for international scientists and clinicians to talk about recent developments in Regenerative Medicine.
As in the years before, the organizers expect 1,000 visitors presenting new approaches and findings in the fields of stem cell research, cell therapies, biomaterials and tissue engineering.
In addition, ethical and legal aspects and regulatory affairs of regenerative medicine, stem cell therapies and advanced therapeutic medical products (ATMPs) will be discussed.
Scientists, medics and companies with R&D focuses can submit their abstracts on the conference website www.wcrm-leipzig.com from now until 10 June 2015.
Following the positive experiences of 2013, the WCRM places a special focus on the next generation of scientists: Special non-topic-restricted “PhD sessions” have been reserved for young scientists and PhD students to present their work to an international audience. A discounted student rate rounds off the WCRM’s young scientists program.
Not only the dense scientific program but also the versatile evening program with a Get Together, Poster Party and Social Evening Event offers participants the possibility to network with colleagues in science and business.
The bi-annual World Conference on Regenerative Medicine is organized by the Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology IZI and the Translational Centre for Regenerative Medicine (TRM) of Leipzig University.
Maria Garz | idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft
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