ISSCA to Launch Regenerative Medicine Studies Program in Collaboration with Medicel Chile
International Society for Stem Cell Application ISSCA to Launch Postgraduate Studies Program in Stem Cell Therapies and Regenerative Medicine in Collaboration with Medicel Chile
ISSCA and Medicel, Inc. have announced plans to launch a post-graduate studies program in stem cell and regenerative medicine, to be conducted in Santiago Chile February 2021.
MIAMI, July 20 , 2020— The international Society for Stem Cell Application ISSCA and Medicel Chile have announced plans to launch a post graduate studies program in stem cell therapies and regenerative medicine in 2020.
The program will include Seven days of intensive, interactive training coursework with classroom instruction and laboratory practice through didactic lectures, hands-on practical experience in laboratory protocols and relevant lessons in regulatory practices. Medicel’s Chief Scientific Officer and Other leading Scientists will teach the coursework and perform laboratory instruction, accompanied by a series of guest lecturers from the Global Stem Cells Group faculty of scientists.
Attendees will receive hands-on training in techniques for a variety of laboratory processes, and gain insight into the inner workings of a cGMP laboratory and registered tissue bank. Regenerative medicine experts with more 15 years of experience in the field will train attendees and provide the necessary tools to implement regulatory and clinical guidelines in a cGMP laboratory setting
The graduate course will be scheduled 3 times during 2020 starting February 23rd
“ Our end goal in Launching this Fellowship program is to help physicians that are looking for really advanced and formal training in Cellular Therapies and Regenerative Medicine — We want to provide them the necessary skills and in depth specialization that is lacking in our smaller point of care programs ,” noted Benito Novas ISSCA Public Relations Director
To learn more about the February 2020 certification event in Santiago, or any of the other upcoming certification courses around the world, visit the ISSCA website.
About the International Society for Stem Cells Applications (ISSCA)
The International Society for Stem Cells Applications (ISSCA) is a multidisciplinary community of scientists and physicians, all of whom aspire to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through advances in science, technology, and the practice of regenerative medicine.
Incorporated and Trademarked in the United States of America as a non-profit entity, ISSCA is focused on promoting excellence and standards in the field of regenerative medicine.
ISSCA bridges the gaps between scientists and practitioners in Regenerative Medicine.
Their code of ethics emphasizes principles of morals and ethical conducts. ISSCA’s vision is to take a leadership position in promoting excellence and setting standards in the regenerative medicine fields of publication, research, education, training, and certification. ISSCA serves its members through advancements made to the specialty of regenerative medicine. They aim to encourage more physicians to practice regenerative medicine and make it available to benefit patients both nationally and globally.
For more information, please visit the ISSCA’s website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org www.stemcellsgroup.com
About Medicel Chile
Medicel Chile is one of the premiere regenerative medicine treatment centers in the country of Chile, conveniently located in Santiago de Chile, one of the largest metropolitan areas in Latin America. Medicel carries with it a reputation as one of the most scientifically advanced and professional regenerative medicine Laboratories in Chile, and this is in no small part due to its highly-qualified team of scientists and medical professionals and advisers, who research tirelessly to head new breakthroughs in the fields of cellular therapy and cryopreservation, which is the freezing of a stem cell sample to ensure its longevity and freshness, should the patient receiving the service ever wish to use their frozen cells for some future malady.
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