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ISCT 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting

May 29–June 1, 2019

A highly curated scientific program – discover the latest clinical results, increasing global access to emerging cell and gene therapies.

ISCT 2019 Conference

May 29–June 1, 2019

From May 29 – June 1, delegates from more than 50 countries will gather in Melbourne for the largest global cell & gene therapy translation event of the year. Our 16 expert Organizing Committee members have been working diligently to curate a scientific program filled with cutting-edge topics and key opinion leaders – it is a conference created by your peers.

Preliminary program information, confirmed speakers, hotel and travel information, and registration pricing is all available via www.isct2019.com.

Mouse Development, Stem Cells & Cancer

June 5–March 24, 2019

This intensive lecture and laboratory course is designed for scientists interested in using mouse models to study mammalian development, stem cells and cancer. The lecture portion of the course, taught by leaders in the field, provides the conceptual basis for contemporary research in embryogenesis, organogenesis in development and disease, embryonic, adult and induced pluripotent stem cells and cancer biology.

The laboratory and workshop portions of the course provide hands-on introduction to engineering of mouse models, stem cell technologies and tissue analyses.

Understanding the Molecular Mechanisms that Underpin Wound Repair and Regeneration

June 9–March 14, 2019

The Gordon Research Conference on Tissue Repair and Regeneration (GRC-TRR) remains the premiere meeting in the field successfully bringing together the full diversity of researchers interested in regenerative medicine, from the basic mechanisms of tissue repair and regeneration through to their clinical applications. Understanding the molecular mechanisms that underpin wound repair and regeneration is key to advancing modern medicine. Despite a clear need, there is still a scarcity of high tech, science-driven, treatments available for enhancing healing. The search for novel clinical strategies that improve the body’s endogenous repair mechanisms requires an in depth understanding of both wound repair mechanisms and the process of regeneration.

The Meeting in the Millyard, ARMI 2019 Summit

June 19–20, 2019

This June 19th and 20th, ARMI | BioFabUSA will hold its annual Spring Summit at the Technology Center Auditorium in Manchester, NH. More specifically, the event will cover technical developments and innovation in the various phases of the engineered tissue manufacturing process:

  • Cell Culture and Harvest

  • Scaffold Fabrication

  • Tissue Maturation and Bioreactor Culture

  • Preservation, Packaging, & Transport

CRISPRcon: Conversations on Science, Society and the Future of Gene Editing

June 20–21, 2019

CRISPRcon: Conversations on Science, Society and the Future of Gene Editing returns June 20-21, 2019 in Wageningen, the Netherlands to advance broad dialogue on whether and how gene editing technologies should make the transition from the lab into society at large. Please plan to join us for a dynamic, diverse and provocative lineup of panels, keynotes, interactive discussions and networking opportunities that consider gene editing across a variety of applications, disciplines, geographies, communities, cultures and perspectives. Registration opens January 7, 2019.

IO Combinations 360°

June 20–21, 2019

The 4th annual IO Combinations 360° program addresses business aspects, clinical advancements and scientific data in IO combination strategies. The rapid advancement in our understanding of human cancer immunity and immunotherapy combinations is nearly impossible for individual scientists to comprehend. Only together, as an engaged and interactive scientific community, can we hope to enable a patient’s immune system to eradicate cancer.

IO Combinations 360° delivers three key benefits:

  1. Access to KOLs driving the science
  2. Partnership opportunities with all stakeholders in Immuno-Oncology & Combinations
  3. Presentations on the latest data affecting the science, clinical and business advancements in Immuno-Oncology Combinations

ISSCR 2019

June 26–29, 2019

With more than 3,500 attendees, speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, and media, the meeting brings together everyone from senior scientists to trainees to discover, share, and network with leading innovators in the stem cell community.

Through our scientific programming and networking opportunities, we provide inspiration and insight to advance the promise of this dynamic field of research.

  • Learn from plenary and keynote speakers, and 20 concurrent sessions in 5 tracks.
  • Present your work in front of 3,500+ attendees, and find collaborations to help drive your research forward.
  • Engage directly with leaders in the field and peers at all career levels to enhance your career and gain new perspectives.
  • Network at special events from the Junior Investigator Reception to Meet Up Hubs and Job Match.
  • Immerse yourself in the largest exhibit hall solely dedicated to stem cell research and advancement.