Pluripotent Stem Cells in Translation: Preclinical Considerations – Joint NIH-FDA 2012 workshop

by Alexey Bersenev on July 19, 2012 · 0 comments

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Last week, NIH organized joint symposium-workshop: Pluripotent Stem Cells in Translation: Preclinical Considerations. This is a second meeting and seem like it will become annual event. The meeting was recorded and freely available now as a webcast for public:

Guys,this is incredible event! Speakers are brilliant! Scientists, business professionals, physicians and regulators – all met together to discuss the clinical future of pluripotent stem cells with a special emphasis on iPS cells. This is very unique meeting, because, unlike many other conferences, it gives perspective on hurdles of clinical translation. Everyone who is trying to translate stem cells into clinic must must must watch it!

Watch day 1 (5h.43min.)
Watch day 2 (6h.20min.)

PS: You should have FlashPlayer or RealPlayer in order to watch webcast. More about NIH videocast software. You can download whole webcast.

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