The Abstract Deadline has been extended until 24 September.
The annual meeting brings together participants with industrial, academic and clinical backgrounds, who discuss the latest news and achievements in stem cell research.
Until 24 September interested researchers are invited to submit abstracts and present their work on the following topics:
- Stem Cells for Immune / Autoimmune or Inflammatory Diseases
- Stem Cells for Neurological or Cardiovascular Diseases
- Stem Cells for Hematological or Oncological Diseases
- Stem Cells for Bone or Cartilage Diseases
- Stem Cell Differentiation
- Stem Cell Signalling
- Stem Cells for Tissue Engineering
Participants can expect the following confirmed speakers:
Francesco Dazzi (Imperial College of London, London, UK): Inflammation and stem cell differentiation
Karl-Heinz Krause (University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland): Stem-cell derived human in vitro and in vivo models: From disease-targeted drug development to toxicity testing
Katarina Le Blanc (Karolinska Institutet, Karolinska, Sweden): Mesenchymal stem cell treatment for inflammatory conditions
Anna Wobus (Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Gatersleben, Germany): Pluripotent stem cell research in Germany – A personal view on historical roots, present state and future challenges
Martin Zenke (RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany): Engineering stem cells
For more information, abstract submission and registration please go to: http://www.fs-leipzig.com
Further information: www.fs-leipzig.com
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