We are pleased to announce the 15th Annual Short Course: “Cell-Based Therapies and Tissue Engineering” as an ICRS approved Course.
The “Cell-Based Therapies and Tissue Engineering” course held annually since 2001 covers topics of cells and scaffolds of tissue engineering, MSCs as cell-based therapies, as well biologics and stem cells.
The Skeletal Research Center and the Department of Biology of Case Western Reserve University are pleased to present the fifteenth annual short course entitled: “Cell-Based Therapies and Tissue Engineering”, running from May 24 through May 26, 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Registration opens February 2016. A preliminary program is available here.
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This course is intended for graduate students, post-graduate students, and health science professionals who are interested in Tissue Engineering with emphasis on the principles and detailed protocols used or being modeled for direct clinical use.
This course will involve morning lectures by eminent scholars, and afternoon laboratories and lectures on the “how to” of cell cultures and cell-scaffold interactions. A syllabus from lecturers and labs will be available to all registered participants.