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Adult Stem Cells - Biology And Clinical Applications Conference, Griffith University, Australia

June 20, 2017

The National Centre for Adult Stem Cell Research looks forward to welcoming delegates to the first Adult Stem Cell - Biology and Clinical Applications Conference from the 26-28 November 2008 at the Ian Hanger Recital Hall, Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University.

The conference will bring together world leaders working with adult stem cells both through understanding their basic biology to exploring their clinical value and therapeutic potential for the treatment of such conditions as Parkinson's Disease, Schizophrenia, Spinal Cord Injury and Burns.

Speakers include world leaders in their fields such as Professor Hideyuki Okano (Keio University, Japan), Professor Eva Sykova (Institute of Experimental Medicine, Czechoslavakia), Professor Brent Reynolds (University of Florida, United States of American) Professors Mari Dezawa and Koiji Nishida (Tohoku University, Japan), Professor Winston Hide (Harvard University, United States of America), Dr Kirsty Spalding (Karolinska Institute, Sweden), Professor Stefano Pluchino (San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Italy), Professor Iver Langmoen (University of Oslo, Norway). Former Australian of the Year and Director of the Western Australian Burns Service Dr Fiona Wood will open the conference and give the plenary lecture.

A series of oral presentations will work towards deepening understanding of adult stem cells and the variety of therapeutic benefits they offer.

Program of events

- Adult stem cell - biology and clinical applications program

Registration

If you have had any difficulties registering for the conference please contact the conference coordinator, Ms Shani Doig s.doig(at)griffith.edu.au

griffith.edu.au