Recently, I had the honor of interviewing Kyle Cetrulo, CEO of AuxoCell Laboratories. In this interview, we explore the upcoming Future of Regenerative Medicine Congress, as well as future directions for regenerative medicine at large. Enjoy. [Read more…]
Hamburg/Juelich, February 20, 2017 – On April 4, 2017 the first international Stem Cell Community Day will take place in Hamburg. Experts from academia and industry will discuss the status quo, perspectives, and challenges in stem cell cultivation for research and therapy, according to the event’s motto: “Bioprocessing Technologies in Stem Cell Research – Challenges and Chances for Commercialization” [Read more…]
BioInformant is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Future of Regenerative Medicine Congress, May 19-21, 2017 in Teaneck, NJ.
What is the Future of Regenerative Medicine Congress?
“The Future of Regenerative Medicine Congress: Extending and Improving Life with Perinatal, Adipose, and Bone Marrow Cellular Therapy” is a three-day educational conference designed for researchers and medical practitioners that work directly in the field of regenerative medicine. [Read more…]
Additionally, we are proud to announce that the Cord Blood and Tissue Forum on Day 3, new for 2017, will be chaired by our own President & CEO, Cade Hildreth. [Read more…]
BioInformant is honored to sponsor and attend the 12th annual World Stem Cell Summit 2016 being held in West Palm Beach, Florida on December 6-9, 2016, by the Regenerative Medicine Foundation.
The World Stem Cell Summit brings together more than 1,200 intelligent minds, putting brilliant speakers on stage and packing rooms with curious and eager listeners.
In my opinion, the World Stem Cell Summit is the ultimate gathering for the stem cell community.
What is the World Stem Cell Summit?
The World Stem Cell Summit is the world’s largest interdisciplinary meeting to bring together stakeholders from across the stem cell and regenerative medicine spectrum.
The key aspect that makes the World Stem Cell Summit a must-attend event is that it brings together stem cell executives, investors, researchers, clinicians, doctors, advocates, patients, and more. I can report from experience that it is extremely rare for a stem cell event to attract stakeholders from across the stem cell spectrum.
The event also features over 200 renowned speakers, which means that for the past month, I’ve been reviewing the speaker list and planning out my “must see” talks.
Last year, the 2015 event held in Atlanta, GA, attracted more than 1,200 attendees from 40+ countries. Impressively, there were up to seven different speakers presenting at any given moment, meaning the the shear volume of content being shared is incredible.
In addition to the concurrent speaker tracks, there were also Expert Luncheon Roundtables, Investor Presentations, and a “Stem Cell Actions Award Dinner.” [Read more…]