The Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center (MSCTC) was established in 2013 to serve as a regional hub to facilitate stem cell research and clinical development. Since its inception, MSCTC has made significant progress in the adult stem cell field. A key goal of MSCTC is to educate regional and national stem cell enthusiasts about the progress in basic research and translation of cell therapy through an annual conference since 2013. This year, we, at GTCbio, are very excited to be a part of the 5th Annual Midwest Conference on Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine.
The purpose of this conference is to update physicians, scientists, nurses and other healthcare professionals, trainees, and the general public in the greater Midwest region on:
• The past, present, and future of adult stem cell therapy;
• New developments in adult stem cell research;
• Diagnosis and treatment guidelines related to cell therapy for various medical conditions;
• Management of patients using these new cell transplantation technologies; and
• The ethical use of regulated adult stem cells.
The Conference Sessions Include:
• New Concepts in Cardiovascular Regenerative Therapy
• Opportunities for Diverse Tissue and Organ Repair
• Translating Concepts into Potential Therapies
• Cell-based Approaches for Neurological Diseases
• Cell Therapy in Hematology and Cancer
• The Road to the Clinic
• Globalization of Cellular Therapies
While the Governor of Kansas, Sam Brownback, will be a special guest speaker, the keynote address will be given by Monsignor Tomasz Trafny from The Vatican. The conference has an excellent line-up of speakers with numerous exciting talks over 2-days.
We welcome you to join us at the 5th Annual Midwest Conference on Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine