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  • What to Expect

    ISSCR and CSHA are proud to present an exceptional scientific program in an engaging, intimate atmosphere. The meeting will begin with a keynote lecture on Monday, 19 October and conclude on the evening of Thursday, 22 October. There will be plenty of opportunities for interactions among all levels of attendees. Lecture sessions will be supplemented with:

    Lunch discussions with speakers

    Opportunities for abstract selected talks, poster teasers and poster presentations

    Social and networking events

  • Who should attend?

    Academic, industry and clinical researchers interested in stem cell biology and its therapeutic applications are encouraged to attend and share their research. Attendees will hear from leaders in the field and benefit from the convivial atmosphere and open exchange of ideas found at this symposium.

  • What Sets International Symposia Apart?

    International Symposia are focused meetings that bring together approximately 400 attendees and 100 posters in addition to many exhibitors with innovative technologies. The goal is to provide a platform where attendees and the field’s leading researchers can learn about the latest science and foster collaborations.

    Interact easily with noted fellow researchers, including Keynote speakers Austin Smith and Sally Temple face-to-face to share ideas, strategies and information.

    Advance your research and your career with the latest tools exhibitors have designed to aid your work, and networking with scholars, clinical researchers and executives of global firms.

    Smaller, intimate conferences that allow for relaxed interactions among attendees and speakers during social hours, lunches, dinners and poster receptions.

    Strong programs include presentations by world thought leaders and are designed to explore a topic in greater depth than may otherwise be possible.

    Topic-defined break out discussions foster in-depth discussion and networking between attendees.





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