Non-ISSCR Meetings & Courses

Featured Upcoming Meetings

CiRA 2019 International Symposium

Kyoto, Japan

CiRA International Symposia invite stem cell researchers and students from around the world to advance iPS cell research results and promote iPS cell research collaboration.

The CiRA 2019 International Symposium -iPSCs Changing the Future of Science and Medicine- will be held on November 27 (Wed.)- 29 (Fri.), 2019. We are pleased to announce keynote lectures by Dr. Tasuku Honjo, winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, and Dr. Gordon Keller, McEwen Stem Cell Institute, University Health Network. The topics of the symposium range from basic research on pluripotency and genome editing to clinical applications of stem cells.

 

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Non-ISSCR Meetings

CiRA 2019 International Symposium

Kyoto, Japan

CiRA International Symposia invite stem cell researchers and students from around the world to advance iPS cell research results and promote iPS cell research collaboration.

The CiRA 2019 International Symposium -iPSCs Changing the Future of Science and Medicine- will be held on November 27 (Wed.)- 29 (Fri.), 2019. We are pleased to announce keynote lectures by Dr. Tasuku Honjo, winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, and Dr. Gordon Keller, McEwen Stem Cell Institute, University Health Network. The topics of the symposium range from basic research on pluripotency and genome editing to clinical applications of stem cells.

Non-ISSCR Courses

CiRA 2019 International Symposium

Kyoto, Japan

CiRA International Symposia invite stem cell researchers and students from around the world to advance iPS cell research results and promote iPS cell research collaboration.

The CiRA 2019 International Symposium -iPSCs Changing the Future of Science and Medicine- will be held on November 27 (Wed.)- 29 (Fri.), 2019. We are pleased to announce keynote lectures by Dr. Tasuku Honjo, winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, and Dr. Gordon Keller, McEwen Stem Cell Institute, University Health Network. The topics of the symposium range from basic research on pluripotency and genome editing to clinical applications of stem cells.