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    • 16 October, 2018

    ISSCR Letter to U.S. Department of Transportation re Transportation of Animals for Research

    The ISSCR writes in support of the National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR) complaint requesting relief from discriminatory airline carriage policies that impede the transportation of animals for biomedical research.
    • 2 October, 2018

    ISSCR Comments on Horizon Europe

    The ISSCR has responded to the European Commission proposal and the European Parliament's amendments for Horizon Europe, the seven-year research and innovation funding program to follow Horizon 2020.
    • 27 September, 2018

    ISSCR Responds to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Decision Regarding Fetal Tissue Research

    The ISSCR is troubled by the HHS decision to “conduct a comprehensive review of all fetal tissue research.” The directive appears to come after intensive lobbying efforts by special interest groups with the goals of delaying or curtailing scientific research that relies on fetal tissue.
    • 6 September, 2018

    Energizing for Renewed Focus

    Many of us find time in the summer to reflect on work and recharge our batteries. Vacations, visits with friends, and time with family all help get away from everyday concerns in the lab and gain some perspective to inform the scientific path for the year ahead.
    • 17 July, 2018

    2018 ISSCR Annual Meeting Wrap-up

    The ISSCR 2018 Annual Meeting went “down under” to Melbourne, Australia where 3,000 stem cell scientists, clinicians, and professionals from 52 countries gathered to share their latest research, network with colleagues, and explore the latest technologies driving the field forward.
    • 22 June, 2018

    Douglas A. Melton Becomes President of the ISSCR

    The ISSCR is pleased to announce Douglas A. Melton, PhD, Harvard University, as the incoming president of the ISSCR and its board of directors. Melton assumed the post on 23 June, 2018, immediately following the 16th ISSCR Annual Meeting in Melbourne, Australia.
    • 20 June, 2018

    ISSCR Announces New Editor-in-chief for Stem Cell Reports Journal

    The ISSCR has appointed Martin F. Pera, professor at the Jackson Laboratory, U.S., as the next editor-in-chief of Stem Cell Reports, the organization’s open-access journal. Pera will succeed Christine Mummery, who led the journal since its launch in 2013. Pera will assume the post in January, 2019.
    • 14 June, 2018

    ISSCR Opposes Proposal to Restrict Fetal Tissue Research

    The ISSCR opposes the U.S. House of Representatives proposal to ban federal funding for fetal tissue research. ISSCR President Hans Clevers released a statement on the issue.
    • 23 May, 2018

    ISSCR Announces Hamburg, Germany as Site of 2021 Annual Meeting

    The ISSCR will hold its 2021 annual meeting in Hamburg, Germany, the first time the organization will be meeting in that city. The meeting is expected to draw 4,000 stem cell researchers and professionals from around the globe to the Congress Center Hamburg, scheduled to open in 2019. The meeting will be held 23-26 June, 2021.
    • 4 June, 2018

    ISSCR Responds to President Trump Signing 'Right to Try' Law

    The ISSCR is disappointed with the enactment of the ‘Right to Try’ law. Along with more than 100 patient and research groups opposing the bill, we believe it will put patients at risk and undermine the effective FDA Expanded Access Program already in place to give seriously ill patients access to experimental treatments.
    • 10 May, 2018

    ISSCR Applauds Federal Injunctions Against Stem Cell Clinics

    The ISSCR is pleased that federal prosecutors in the U.S. have taken action to halt the marketing and delivery of unproven stem cell treatments at clinics they allege are operating outside of FDA regulation.
    • 30 April, 2018

    ISSCR 2018 to Highlight Research Driving New Discoveries and Advances in Regenerative Medicine

    Progress in stem cell research and its translation to medicine is the focus of the International Society for Stem Cell Research annual meeting 20-23 June at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre in Melbourne, Australia.
    • 26 April, 2018

    ISSCR Applauds Australia’s Move to Regulate Autologous Human Cell and Tissue Products

    The ISSCR appreciates the new framework proposed by Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) for the regulation of human cell and tissue products that use a person’s own cells (‘autologous use’).
    • 21 March, 2018

    Media Registration Open for ISSCR 2018 20-23 June, Melbourne, AUS

    Credentialed reporters can register and attend the 2018 annual meeting in Melbourne, Australia. They will have access to the many stem cell researchers and clinicians from around the world who will be discussing recent findings and progress that is driving development of stem cell treatments and cures for disease.
    • 14 March, 2018

    ISSCR Announces Recipients of 2018 Awards

    Recipients of the 2018 awards will be presented at the society’s annual meeting, 20-23 June in Melbourne, Australia: ISSCR Award for Innovation, Dr. Susan Lim Award for Outstanding Young Investigator, Tobias Award Lecture, and Public Service Award.
    • 12 March, 2018

    Scientific Excellence at ISSCR 2018

    Scientific excellence is at the core of the ISSCR and is reflected each year in the annual meeting, where exceptional science is shared, discussed, and deliberated. This exchange is key to advancing the scientific dialogue that moves the field forward. The 2018 program in Melbourne, Australia continues that tradition, featuring groundbreaking research presented in plenary, concurrent, and poster sessions.
    • 9 February, 2018

    Showcasing Inspiring Science and Natural Beauty

    There is no better host city for the ISSCR 2018 annual meeting than Melbourne, Australia, a global hub of innovation in science and biotech with a rich stem cell history, flourishing research culture, and inspiring natural beauty and art.
    • 4 January, 2018

    ISSCR Announces Two New Science Communications & Education Managers

    The ISSCR has selected Christopher Barry, PhD, and Julie Perlin, PhD, to be Science Communications & Education Managers, beginning 3 January, 2018.
    • 4 January, 2018

    ISSCR Remembers Hiromitsu “Hiro” Ogawa

    The ISSCR is saddened by the passing of Hiromitsu “Hiro” Ogawa, a generous and thoughtful man who was a great supporter of stem cell science and the ISSCR.
    • 6 December, 2017

    Registration, Abstract Submissions Open for ISSCR 2018

    The ISSCR annual meeting is the world’s largest gathering of stem cell scientists, and in 2018 the meeting will be held in Melbourne, AU, 20-23 June, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. The meeting brings together some 3500 stem cell researchers and clinicians from around the world to share the latest developments in stem cell research and regenerative medicine.