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May 30, 2024   10:00 AM GMT

Webinar onTissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Early Bird Registration Date: Apr 12, 2024
Abstract Submission Opens: Apr 02, 2024


Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell research involves the study of stem cells, which are unique cells with the ability to develop into different cell types in the body. These cells can divide and renew themselves over a long period, making them valuable for medical research and potential therapies. Researchers aim to understand how stem cells work and how they can be used to treat diseases and injuries by replacing or repairing damaged tissues and organs.

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a branch of medicine focused on harnessing the body's natural healing processes to repair or replace damaged tissues and organs. It involves using stem cells, tissue engineering, and other advanced technologies to restore function and improve the quality of life for patients with chronic conditions or injuries. The goal is to stimulate the body's repair mechanisms to heal tissues or organs that have been damaged by age, disease, or trauma.

Tissue Engineering

Tissue engineering is a multidisciplinary field that combines principles of engineering and life sciences to create biological substitutes that restore, maintain, or improve tissue function. It involves the development of scaffolds, cells, and bioactive molecules to regenerate damaged tissues and organs. Tissue engineering holds promise for treating a wide range of medical conditions, from skin wounds to heart disease.

Cell Biology

Cell biology is the study of cells, their structure, function, and interactions with their environment. It focuses on understanding how cells work individually and collectively to form tissues and organisms. Cell biology is essential for advancing knowledge in areas such as genetics, medicine, and biotechnology.

Clinical Trails in Stem Cells

Clinical trials in stem cells involve testing the safety and efficacy of stem cell-based therapies in humans. These trials aim to advance the field of regenerative medicine by evaluating the potential of stem cells to treat various diseases and injuries. Clinical trials play a crucial role in determining the feasibility and practicality of using stem cells as a medical treatment.

Ethical considerations in Stem Cell Research

Ethical considerations in stem cell research involve ensuring the informed consent of donors, respecting the dignity of human embryos, and addressing potential conflicts of interest. These considerations are essential to uphold ethical standards and guide the responsible conduct of stem cell research


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