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Welcome to ISSCR Connect webinars. These online video presentations, accessible from a desktop or mobile device, connect ISSCR members and the public with the latest world-class stem cell science, clinical advances in stem cell-derived interventions and more. ISSCR members have access to a number of educational channels that provide live and on demand programming that inspire new scientific perspectives, updates on the latest research developments and career help. The public has access to several educational channels that can help navigate the science and issues around the stem cell field. Learn about the true potential of stem cell research, challenges facing the field, and meet the people that are transforming human health. Scroll down to see programming on the Career Development Channel, Translational Know-How Channel and more.

Programming on the Member's Channel.

Tissue-Specific Stem/Progenitor Cells Known as "MSCs": History, Origins and Functions

Pamela Gehron Robey, PhD, National Institute of Dental & Craniofacial Research, National Institutes of Health
Now on demand

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Title: Know Thy Cell: Rigorous Assays for the Characterization of Tissue-Specific Stem/Progenitors Known as "MSCs"

Moustapha Kassem, MD, PhD, DSc University Hospital Odense
Now on demand

This program is for ISSCR members. 

Title: Understanding the Clinical Use of "MSCs"

Megan Munsie, PhD, University of Melbourne and Mark Young, MBBS, FACSEP, University of Queensland and Queensland Institute of Technology

A NEW DATE:
8 December, 2016
16:00 Central Time (U.S.)


This program is for the public and ISSCR members. 

From the Regulating Stem Cell Function series: Stem Cells: Building and Rebuilding the Mammalian Nervous System

Freda Miller, PhD, University of Toronto and Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute
Now on demand

This program is for ISSCR members. 

Programming on the Translational Know-How Channel.

Translational Know-How Channel.

Programming for this channel, is intended to highlight knowledge and experiences in translational stem cell research and therapy development. Areas of emphasis will include innovative cellular technologies and their translational applications, industry initiatives to develop the best practices and standards around the use of these technologies and applications and the evolving global regulatory strategies and national regulatory landscape. These programs are currently available to all registered users.

From the Translational Know-How Series: Developing Standards for Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine

Judith Arcidiacono, MS, U.S. FDA
Sheng Lin-Gibson, PhD, National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)
On demand
This presentation will highlight the pivotal role of standards for cellular and gene therapy development and translation. This two-part talk will cover the FDA’s support of innovation for cellular and gene therapy product and the use of standards for regulatory purposes and describe on-going NIST measurement science and standardization efforts, including coordinating existing standardization efforts with ISO/TC 276 relevant to cell therapy development.

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From the Translational Know-How Series: Using Imaging Technologies to Understand MOA, Safety and Efficicy of Cellular Therapies

Bill Shingleton, PhD, GE Healthcare
Greg Mullen, PhD, King's College London
On demand
This presentation will highlight some of the latest research and perspectives on using imaging to evaluate cellular therapies.

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From the Translational Know-How Series: Cell Therapy Process Development and Process Changes

Ian Harris, PhD, Janssen Research & Development, LLC
Thomas Finn, PhD, U.S. FDA    
On demand
This presentation will highlight an industry and regulatory perspective on process development, focusing on  pre-clinical and clinical manufacturing changes.

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From the Translational Know-How Series: Preclinical Development for Cellular Therapy Products

Jane Lebkowski, PhD, Asterias Biotherapeutics
Iwen Wu, PhD, U.S. FDA    
On demand
This presentation will cover preclinical considerations for cellular therapy development programs.

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From the Translational Know-How Series: Clinical Development for Cellular Therapy Products

Ellen Feigal, MD, NDA Partners, LLC    
Steve Winitsky, MD, U.S. FDA    
On demand
This presentation will cover clinical considerations for cellular therapy development programs, with a focus on early-stage clinical studies, including first-in-human (FIH) studies, information regarding investigational new drug (IND) application basics, clinical study design elements, and FDA resources.

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From the Translational Know-How Series: Cellular Therapy Regulations in the U.S.

Joyce L Frey-Vasconcells, PhD and Lei Xu, MD, PhD
Frey-Vasconcells Consultants, LLC (JLF-V) and the U.S. FDA (LX) 
On demand
This program, is the first in a four part series that will explore the cellular therapy regulations across the globe.

 

This in an open-access program and will be webcast on the Public Channel. To register and view, login to ISSCR Connect.

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Programming on the Career Development Channel.

Career Development Channel.

Curious about careers in biomedical sciences beyond academia? Tune into the ISSCR Career Development Series and hear scientists from a variety of non-academic positions talk about their careers and experiences. These programs will focus on rewarding, non-academic career options including positions in industry, business, government, publishing and advocacy. Some programming is for members only.

Industry Scientist - Biotechnology

Kasia Wilczynska, PhD
Senior Scientist, Molecular Diagnostics, Horizon Discovery
Now on demand
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Industry Scientist - Biotechnology

Garrett Heffner, PhD
Senior Scientist, Stem Cell Biology, Bluebird Bio.
Now on demand
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Science Policy

Khara Ramos, PhD
Science Policy Analyst, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Now on demand

Technology Commercialization

Jennifer Moody, PhD
Vice President Commercialization, Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine (CCRM)
Now on demand

Portfolio Management

Christoper Franco, PhD
Director, Global Portfolio Management, Takeda Pharmaceuticals
Now on demand

Science Entrepreneur

Kristian Tryggvason, PhD
CEO, BioLamina
Now on demand

Program Management

Daniel Miller, PhD
Program Director, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)
Now on demand

Medical Science Liaison

Alexander Mata, PhD
Medical Science Liaison Manager, Bayer, Sweden
Now on demand

Regulatory Affairs

Jennifer Dittman, MS
Director, Regulatory Affairs, Bluebird Bio
Now on demand

Choosing your future - tips and tricks for transitioning outside of academia

Jesper Ericsson, PhD
Sales Manager, BioLamina
Now on demand

Corporate Development

Kevin Eng, PhD
Sr Manager, Corporate Development, OncoMed Pharmaceuticals
Now on demand

Science Communications

Jan Barfoot, PhD
Public Engagement and Information Manager, EuroStemCell
Now on demand

Cell Processing and Manufacturing

Benjamin Fryer, PhD
Team Leader, Processing/Manufacturing, Heart Regeneration Program, University of Washington
Now on demand

Intellectual Property and Patent Law

Jarkko Kortesmaa, PhD
European Patent Attorney, Partner Novitas Patent
Now on demand

Scientific Consulting

James Peyer, PhD 
Associate, McKinsey & Company
Now on demand

"Small College" Teaching

Merritt Taylor, PhD
 Associate Professor, Grand Valley State University, MI (U.S.)
Now on demand

Science Communication

Ayaka Nakauchi, PhD 
International Public Communications Office, Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA), Kyoto University
Now on demand

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