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Theme
"Innovations and Novel approaches in Cell Science and Stem Cell Research"
- Stem Cell Research 2020

About the Conference


We invites all the participants from all across the globe to attend “ 2nd World Congress on Cell Science and Stem Cell Research”, on April 16-17, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan which includes prompt keynote presentations, poster presentations, oral talks, and exhibitions.
Stem cells are unspecified cells hold the ability to proliferate and differentiate in any other cells of body. There are several types of stem cells found in our body, embryonic Stem cell, Pluripotent stem cells, Heamatopoetic Stem cell, Mesenchymal stem cell which hold the enormous therapeutic potential to repair and regenerate damaged tissues. The main theme of the conference is to  Innovations and Novel approaches in Cell Science and Stem Cell Research. The World Congress on Cell Science and Stem Cell Research of Cell Science is an international peer-reviewed journal in the field of cell biology  Cell Science is committed to publishing the full range of topics in cell biology, and the single most important criterion for acceptance is scientific excellence.
This conference plays a Global platform for biomedical companies, start-ups, clinical research divisions, professionals, specialists, consultants, doctors, scholars and students to frame new relationship and strengthen the Knowledge. This is a great opportunity for all the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the top grade world class Scientists. The particular participants can confirm their participation through Registrations.To explore More Regarding the Recent Research in Stem cell Culture and its application attend Stem cell Research 2020.
  • University of Edinburgh
  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Oxford
  • Karolinska Institute 
  • University College London 
  • University of Copenhagen 
  • Imperial College London 
  • University of Munich 
  • King's College London 
  • Pierre and Marie Curie University 
  • Leiden University 
  • University of Helsinki 
  • Heidelberg University 
  • Utrecht University 
  • Catholic University of Leuven 
  • Uppsala University 
  • University of Groningen 
  • University of Barcelona 
  • Lund University 
  • Technical University of Munich 
  • Queen Mary University of London 
  • University of Amsterdam 
  • University of Zurich 
  • University of Manchester
  • Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich 
  • University of Bristol 
  • University of Glasgow 
  • University of Eastern Finland 
  • University of Leicester
  • University of Strasbourg

 Top Universities for Stem Cell in Asia:
  • University of Hong Kong (HKU) 
  • Peking University 
  • Seoul National University (SNU) 
  • National Taiwan University (NTU) 
  • Osaka University 
  • Tsinghua University 
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) 
  • Fudan University 
  • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) 
  • Taipei Medical University 
  • Mahidol University 
  • KAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology 
  • The University of Tokyo 
  • National University of Singapore (NUS) 
  • Kyoto University 
  • Yonsei University 
  • Shanghohoku University Jiao Tong University 
  • Nanyang Technological University (NTU) 
  • Chulalongkorn University 
  • Tokyo Medical and Dental University 
  • Kyushu University 
  • Nagoya University 
  • University of Science and Technology of China
  • University of Oxford 
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 
  • Stanford University 
  • University of California
  • San Francisco (UCSF) 
  • Yale University 
  • Johns Hopkins University 
  • Texas A & M University 
  • Princeton University 
  • California Institute of Technology Caltech 
  • Cornell University 
  • Georgia Institute of Technology 
  • Emory University 
  • Michigan State University
  • Oregon Health & Science University 
  • University of Washington 
  • Brown University 
  • Purdue University 
  • University of Michigan 
Objective:
Stem Cell Research 2020 is a platform to achieve the prevailing gaps in the transformation of this multidisciplinary science of hope, to serve promptly with solutions to all in the need. Stem Cell Research 2020 will have an anticipated participation of 120+ delegates across the world to discuss the purpose of the conference.
This meeting makes a stage for Policy-creators, Scientists, agents and leaders in Stem cell Research and Regenerative Medicine to display their most recent research and find out about all the imperative advancements in stem cell Research and Biobanking.

Importance & Scope:
Stem Cell Research 2020 will encompass recent researches and findings in Stem cell therapies and research, Biobanking, tissue engineering and transplantation, scope, and future of regenerative medicine, current understanding of nanotechnology in regenerative medicine, reprogramming of stem cells, and advancements in Cancer stem cells research, Tissue Engineering, Transplantation and the possibilities of genome manipulation in stem cell research.
Stem Cell Research 2020 will be a great platform for research scientists and young researchers to share their current findings in this field of applied science. The major scientific sessions in Stem Cell Research 2020 will focus on the recent and exciting innovations in prominent areas of tissue engineering technology, stem cells research and Biobanking.

About Organizers:
We are one of the leading Open Access publishers and organizers of international scientific conferences and events every year across USA, Europe & Asia.  Allied Academies has so far organized 3000+ Global Allied Academies  Events with over 600+ Conferences, 1200+ Symposiums and 1200+ Workshops on Medical, Pharma, Engineering, Science, Technology and Business with 700+ peer-reviewed open access journals in basic science, health, and technology.

Scientific Sessions:
Stem Cell Research 2020 is a broad-spectrum Field  which covers the entire spectrum of  stem cell and Biobanking Topics  involved Insight in Stem cell ,Stem cell and Gene Therapy, Cancer stem cell and Oncology, Stem cell Therapy and Applications, Stem cell in Treatment of Neurodegerative disorder, Cardiovascular disorder ,Hematopoietic disorders, Impairments of the brain, immunodeficiency and Autoimmune diseases, Rare Disorder Treatment via Gene therapy and Stem cell therapeutics, Stem cell therapy in veterinary medicine, Stem cell in Disease modelling and drug discovery, Stem cell and Bioengineering, Stem cell and Nanotechnology, Stem cell apoptosis & Signal Transduction, Genome Editing in Stem cell and Tissue regeneration, Reprogramming in stem cell and Transplantation, Rehabilitation and Tissue Engineering, Tissue, stem cell Preservation & Bio banking, Computational Biology and Bio informatics and bio statics in stem cell Research, Adipose Tissue and Lipogems Treatment, Gene Therapy and Molecular basis of Regeneration, Microbes in stem cell Research and Gene Therapy, 3D bio printing & bio fabrication, Stem cell Products and Commercialization, Clinical Trials and Regulatory Challenges in stem cell research, Bioethics of Stem cell research ,Future prospects of stem cell research and regenerating medicine.

Target Audience:
Eminent personalities, Directors, CEO, President, Vice-president, Research scientists,  Organizations, Post-docs, Associations heads and Professors, Stem Cell laboratory heads, Biobanking Researchers, Students and other affiliates related to the area of Stem cells research and Biobanking.

Related Journals of Stem Cell Research and Biobanking
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology , Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology , Nature Cell Biology , Nature Methods, Cancer Cell , Cell Stem Cell ,Molecular Cell , Annual Review of Plant Biology , Annual Review of Biophysics , Cell Metabolism , Trends in Cell Biology , Journal of Cell Biology ,Genome Biology , Nature Chemical Biology , Current Opinion in Cell Biology , Plant Cell , Stem Cell Reports , Cell Research , Progress in Lipid Research , Cell Death and Differentiation , Science Signalling , Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology ,  Molecular and Cellular Biology , BMC Biology , Plant Journal ,Journal of Cell Science , Stem Cells , Aging Cell , Molecular Biology of the Cell , Autophagy, Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences , Current Topics in Developmental Biology , Journal of Molecular Cell Biology , Journal of Biological Chemistry , Antioxidants and Redox Signaling , Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Molecular Cell Research , Aging , Biochemical Journal , RNA Biology , Skeletal Muscle , Plant and Cell Physiology , Journal of Investigative Dermatology , Journal of Lipid Research , Journal of Leukocyte Biology , Developmental Biology , Biochemica et Biophysica Acta - Bioenergetics

Welcome Message


We welcome everyone around the globe to attend the "2nd World Congress on Cell Science and Stem Cell Research" during April 16-17, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan which incorporates incite keynote introductions, Workshops, Poster introductions ,Exhibitions and Oral talks. The gathering chiefly concentrates on theme "Innovations and Novel approaches in Cell Science and Stem Cell Research".

Sessions&Tracks

 Session 1: Insight in Stem Cells
Stemcells are the body’s raw materialscells, a Genetic /Molecular driver having the properties of Self-Renewal, generalized, Proliferation and Differentiation and physical propertythey need a possible to develop into totally different style of cells throughout the entire lifetimeof a living Individual. once a somaticcell divides every cell have the retain ability because the cellthey'll stay as a somatic cell instead totally differentiateinto different style of cells with a lot of specialized functions like neuron, RBC, vegetativecell. They are generalized cells associatedegreestay in an inactivecondition for long periods and evoked toproliferate and differentiate into organ and tissue specific cells with specialfunctions by sure physiological andexperimental conditions. a number of thestem cells like cells in bonemarrow and gut are dividingthroughout era of a private. There are many style of stemscells are gift likeCancer Stem Cells Neural Stem Cells, organic process StemCells, Mesenchymal StemCells, PluripotentStem Cells, EmbryonicStem Cellsamniotic stemcells civilized and employed in thetreatment of many diseases, disorders anddisabilities as well as shaking palsy and  dementia diseases, neural structure injury, stroke, burns, heart condition, diabetes, degenerativejoint diseaseautoimmune disease also as Cancer.

  • Adult somatic cell 

  • Embryonic somatic cell

  • Pluripotent somatic cells

  • Amniotic somatic cells

  • Lineage and Differentiation

  • Properties of stem cell

  • In-vitro culturing of stem cells

  • Applications of bodily stemcell

    Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
     Session 2: Stem Cell and GeneTherapy
    Gene medical care could be a Novel approach to stop and cureseveral genetic or non-heritable grave diseases by ever-changing the pattern oforganic phenomenon. It may be targeted to corporeal or germ cells to govern and induce and take awaydiseases manufacturing genes. the foremost common vector employed in sequencemedical care is Virus. As we all know vegetative cell have the specialcapability to self-renewal, Differentiate and proliferate in to completelydifferent sort of cells thence is employed as a model to induce comparativelyhigh potency new genetic info (transgene) by addition,deletions, mutations, or alterations of the corresponding genomic sequence tocure useful defect and therapeutically economical sequence allowed to cultureand transfer in targeted cells or tissues. organic process stem cells are usedas a typical model for a lot of general genetic manipulations of stem cells. thence eachsequence medical care and vegetative cell primarily based sequence medical carehold interest group in analysis
    • Vegetative cell primarily based sequence medical care

    • Cell sorts in sequence medical care

    • Vectors in sequence medical care

    • Multigene disorders

    • Insertional cause insequence medical care

      Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
       Session 3: Stem Cell andBioengineering

      Stemcell culture and regenerative drugs largely targeted increation of practical body tissues which might be model, repair and replace the broken part that hold an opening to make whole organ and tissue regeneration by technology of stem cells in Vitro. so as to get desiredorgan and tissue for transplantation. rather than thatgenetic and molecular sweetening of somatic cell could be a powerfulmean to correct hereditary condition inpatient these novel approach will eradicatethe limitation of donor for transplantation further as open areplacement path in health science andmedicine.

      • CellularEngineering

      • Built Tissuesand its uses

      • Orgoniods in technology 

      • Coming up with of tissue scaffolds

      • Bioprocessing techniques utilized in somatic cell culture

      • Small fluidsin cell medical aid

      • Deoxyribonucleic acid vaccines

      • Molecular producing 

      • Current understanding & challenges in bioprocessing

        Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
         
         Session 4: Reprogramming inStem Cell and Transplantation

        Transplantation is that the novel approach of transferring cells,Tissues, still as organs type Donor to recipient torevive the operate of the specified organ, tissue and cells. There are many procedure are there autologous (self),allogeneic (personto person), organ transplant (species tospecies). There are many transplantations are there that are with success approachedin humans. Bone marrow transplantation is that the commonest technique used treats varied numbers of diseases together with Cancer. ratherthan that analysis are occurring within the method ofreprograming the pluripotent vegetative cell to hematogenic cell willwhich is ready to be able to treat many diseases still ascan describe diseases models and induce a replacement hope within the field of Transplantation.

        • Autologous vegetative cell transplant

        • Allogenic vegetative cell transplant

        • Organ transplant · wheel transplant

        • Mini-transplant (non-myeloablative transplants)

        • Syngeneic vegetative cell transplant

        • Half-matched (haploidentical) transplants

        • Graft-versus-cancer

        • Hematogenic Stem Cell/Blood-Forming Transplantation (HSCT)

        • Tissue and surgical procedure

            Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
            Session 5: Cancer Stem cell and Oncology

            CancerStem cells CSCs area unit rare timeless cells within a neoplasm which will hold the overall capability of a natural somaticcell with the flexibility of extremely proliferation and malignancy. They feedthe neoplasm development associate degreeto border neoplasm and induce cancer in an organ.These extremely economical qualitiesof a cancer somaticcell area unit utilizedin medication and therapeutic treatments in many diseases. whereas medical specialty outline thestudy of nature, types, cause, interference andcure of cancer and neoplasm biology.

            • Cancer somatic cell and neoplasm Biology

            • Cancer genetics andmetabolomics

            • Radiation medical specialty 

            • Biomarker in cancer somatic cells

            • Novel Cancer stem cell (CSC) regulative Mechanism

            • Therapeutic target on cancer stem cells

            • Pharmaceutical applications of cancer stem cells

            • Drug resistance in cancer stem cells

            • Cancer antigens as therapy targets

            • Stem cells as a tool to battle cancer

              Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
              Session 6: Stem cell and Nanotechnology

              Human littered with many organic chemistry,biophysical, genetic disorders which is able to betreated by vegetative cell medical aida number of these disorders are needed specialtreatment in molecular level that technology stands for anideal combination of technology withthe potential vegetative cell can able to eradicate a myriad of diseases. Medical Nanoscience or Nano medication is that the disciplinary branch that stands for theappliance of technology in numerous field of health science to avail the important profit.

              • Recombinant DNA technology and technology 

              • Technology in sequence medical aid 

              • Second Nanotopography

              • 3D Nanoscaffolds

              • Nanostring and qPCR

              • Nanoparticle Labels in vegetativecell medical aid 

              • Making vegetative cell niche

              • Genetic modifications and reprogramming

              • Vegetative cell image and imaging

              • Technologymoral problems 

              • Nano imprints Lithography

              • Electro spun Nano fibres

              • Self-Assembling amide Nanofibres.

                Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)  

                Session 7: Stem Cell in the treatment of Cardiovascular diseases
                CardiovascularDiseases (CVD) includes hypertension, coronaryartery disease, stroke and congestive heart failure.Most of these disorders occurred by less oxygen supply to heart cells / Cardiomyocytes whichdamaged as being supplied by less oxygen as well as less blood which can betreated by stem cell therapy by inducing some bone-marrow derivedmononuclear cells, umbilicalcord blood cells, Mesenchymalstem cells or Cardiacstem cells in to the damaged portion of heart. These cells integrated intoheart and secrete certain proteins and paracrine factors that repair of thedamaged area by cardiactissue regeneration.

                • LQT syndromes

                • Timothy syndrome

                • LEOPARD syndrome

                • Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)

                • Becker muscular dystrophy (BMD)

                • Hutchinson Gilford Progeria (HGPS)

                  Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                   Session 8: Stem Cell in the treatment of Neurodegenerative disorder

                  NeurodegenerativeDisorders are outlined because the disorders relatedto central systema nervosum (CNS)and Brain. As the CNS, PNS and brain along type a posh and complex network of neurons to transmit info between the body components.There are many disorders related to central nervoussystem and brain is Parkinson’s sickness, Huntington’s sickness,and Alzheimer’s sickness,Amyotrophic lateral pathology (ALS) etc.Treatment of those diseases done byachieving stem-cell based mostly neuron replacementand repair of the central nervous system.Replaced nerve cells differentiate in to healthy animaltissue.somatic cell medicalcare additionally used modulatesinflammation concerned in sickness method anddelay the propagation of diseases.

                  • Amyotrophic lateral pathology (ALS)

                  • Parkinson sickness (PD)

                  • Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)

                  • Huntington sickness (HD)

                  • schizophrenic psychosis (SCZD)

                  • syndrome spectrumdisorders (ASD)

                  • Prader-Willi Syndrome

                  • Angelman and Prader-Willi Syndrome

                  • Familial dysautonomia

                  • RETT syndrome

                  • Friedreich’s ataxy

                    Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

                    Session 9: Stem Cell in thetreatment of Hematopoietic disorder

                    Hematopoieticstem cells (HSCs) area unit concerned within the productionof mature blood cells in bone marrow; in some bound conditionsbone marrow as well as hematologic or extra-haematological diseases and lots of blood disorders, as well as monogenic disease,SCID, myelomacancerof the blood and malignant neoplasticdisease touching the marrow operate. Haemopoietic vegetative cell transplantation could be a novel sort of medical aid and accustomed with success treat such reasonably blooddisorders within which broken bone -marrow isreplaced with a replacement bone marrowor marrow derived stem cells that isdifferentiating into blood forming cells and treat these blood connected disorders withsuccess.

                    • Acute and leucaemia (AML/ALLor CML/CLL)

                    • Myelodysplastic syndrome

                    • Lymphomas (Hodgkin malignantneoplastic disease, non-Hodgkin lymphoma)

                    • Anemia 

                    • erythrocyte anemia

                    • Beta monogenic disease 

                      Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                      Session 10: Stem cells in the treatment of immunodeficiency andAutoimmune disorder

                      Autoimmunediseases are ridiculous conditions ofour body during which system of our body treat own substances, tissues andbody cells as antigens and generates cellular and protein responsesagainst it. Some common car immunediseases are rheumatismdisseminatedsclerosis, Crohn’s sickness,Whiskott Aldrich syndrome and lupus. These reaction conditions are treated with immune restrictive agents like steroids, methothrexate, cyclosporine, gold,and a lot of recently Remicade(Remicade). These will inducetemporary improvement however to treatthese diseases with an extended term resolution somatic cell medicalcare is that the best approachbesides healing and create the broken tissue these stem cells will modulate the system byinhibiting the pathological response towards self-cells of body. ordinarily Mesenchymal stem cells and epithelial duct tissue-derived stem cells are utilized in treatmentof car immune diseases these cells turn out auto-inflammatory signals to inhibit thepathological mechanism of system againstself-cells and induce the assembly of Tregulative cellsthat defend thebody against immunologic self-attack.{scid severe combined immunodeficiency|severe combinedimmunodeficiency sickness|SCID|immunodeficiency|monogenicdisorder|monogenic disease}

                      • Whiskott Aldrich syndrome

                      • DM kind one 

                      • Rheumatism 

                      • Lupus

                      • Crohn’s disease

                      • Disseminated sclerosis

                        Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                        Session 11: Stem Cell Therapy in Veterinary Medicine

                        As like flesh animalbody possess many styleof stem cells having numerous potential.These stem cells square measure used through an experiment and clinically in many therapeutic approaches. In medicine Stem cells squaremeasure most typically used forthe treatment of system injuries inhorses and dogs. New technologies square measure developed within which spermatogonial stemcells square measure reproduced topreserve vulnerable animal species. identical strategies is wont to generatetransgenic animals to be used as medicalspecialty models in pharmaceutical production. within the treatment of neuralstructure injury and myocardial infarct little and huge animalspecies function valuable models for diagnosis analysis of somatic cell applications in people at large and in veterinary patients.

                        • Sources of stem cells in animals

                        • Hard-tissue repair

                        • Ligament and connective tissue repair

                        • Muscle repairs

                        • Kerato redness Sicca(KCS )

                        • Spermatogonial stem cells in Transgenic animal production

                        • Spermatogonial stemcells to preserve vulnerable animalspecies

                          Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                          Session 12: Stem Cell in Disease modelling and Drug Discovery

                          As explained Stem cells square measure general cells that have the aptitude to totallydifferentiate in to different style of cellsand tissues that squaremeasure the building blocks of body, that is completed by the method ofregeneration and degeneration which may accustomed overcome theconstraints of animal models in bound disorders. similarly as in drug screening and drug discovery. Several methods square measure accustomed generate such sickness models exploitation either embryonic stem cells(ES cells) or patient-specific induced PSCs(iPSCs), that is making new era within the fieldof sickness modelling and drug discovery.

                          • High thought place screening exploitation iPSCs

                          • Drug screening

                          • Upset modelling

                          • Sickness modelling exploitation iPS cells

                          • vegetative cell toxicity testing

                            Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                            Session 13: Biobanking

                            Biobanking is a process in which samples of body fluid or tissues arecollected for research use to improve health and disease. Other information’s,such as height, weight and any questions regarding health also be recorded toprovide the context for the samples. Often the samples are kept for long timeor for several years, depending on the study, so that long term future researchcan be carried out. The researchers may follow up the health of theparticipants by looking at their past and future medical records, but only ifpeople have given them permission to do.

                            Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                            Session 14: Tissue, Stem cell Preservation and Biobanking

                            Biobanking is that the method of storing a large vary of biological specimens as well as Blood, Silva, plasma, sublimate polymer etc. these specimens area unit utilized in medical specialty analysis yet as patient specific clinical applications.Briefly bio banks area unit thelibrary of Human specimens. Stem cells area unit contributes in treatment of diverse numbers of diseases thence storage of those totally different potent stem cells is critical to retain and restore their original andnatural potentials and to use it above all demandTwin blood somatic cellarea unit thenatural sources of pluripotentstem cells that is cryopreserved to use instem cell culture, tissue regeneration yet astransplantation. Regenerated tissues and cell lines are preservedto use throughout immediate demand.

                            • Virtual Bio banks

                            • Tissue Banks

                            • ordination WideAssociation Studies

                            • Single ester Polymorphisms

                            • physiological state or Cold Storage

                            • Viability Assessment

                            • Cryopreservation

                            • International market place for twine bloodpreservation

                              Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                              Session 15: Tissue Engineering

                              Many more deaths occurred due to less availability of organsand donors. Tissue engineering/ Regenerative medicineopens the path to create and generate desired tissue, cells as well as Organsin Vitro to fight against the limitation and to create a new hope in the fieldof transplantation to fill the damaged and missing body parts. Whilerehabilitation engineering helps to restore normal function. Spanning use ofcell, pharmacologicaland bioengineeringtechnologies, along with physical modalities and exercise.

                              • Whole organ engineering

                              • Extracellular matrix analog

                              • Auricular cartilage reconstruction

                              • Biomaterials and biopolymers for tissue engineering

                              • Hydrogels for tissue engineering

                              • Dermal tissue and Stem cell engineering

                              • 3D printing in tissue engineering

                                Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

                                Session16: Microfluidic Stem Cells

                                Microfluidicsprovides a reproducible and controllable way to reconstruct various importantfactors of in vivo environments,which is challenging to achieve via the conventional plastic tissue culture dish.The biochemical and mechanical interactions between cells and extracellularmatrix (ECM) or between a sub-population of cells and their neighborhood cellsalso change dynamically. They provide more in vivo-likemicroenvironments than the existing culture dishes since they enableperfusion-based culture systems.  The MicrofluidicCircle Prototyping Grant was launched in 2016to identify and support start-ups and individual inventors who arecommercializing groundbreaking microfluidic products with limited access tofunding or production facilities. 

                                • Stem cell differentiation
                                • Stem cell niche
                                • Microfluidic devices

                                 Related Societies and Association:American Association for the Advancement of Science, Royal Society of Chemistry,American-Australian Association,InternationalFederation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA), EuropeanFederation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA), InternationalSociety of Drug Delivery Sciences and Technology (APGI)WorldHealth Organization (WHO), Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed),PharmaAsia Publication, American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC).

                                Session 17: Genome Editing in Stem cell
                                Human somatic cell holds the flexibility toself-renewal and totally differentiates in to a spread of physicalstructure cells thesepotential cells wont to treat different genomic diseases. cistron writing provides U.S. the capability to create changes within the Specific deoxyribonucleicacid Variantsequences of a somatic cell either byintroducing disease-specific mutations or correcting genetic aberrations. that mix within the applied web site and regenerate into desired cells and tissues in addition as organs.Production of various cell lines, pacemaker, Organregeneration, tissuerepair and synthesis, knee be a part of replacement these all the very important fiends wherever tissueregeneration and order writing development applied with success.

                                • Antibiotic-based tissue regeneration scaffolds

                                • Bar of bone discs degeneration

                                • Ligament regeneration with biomechanics

                                • Degenerative joint disease and hinge joint replacement

                                • Artificial pacemakers

                                • Regeneration of RBCs

                                • Organ Synthesis

                                • Tissue Repair

                                • Somatic cell Secretome

                                • Cell Line Development

                                • Somatic cell Regeneration medical aid, Impact tissue , Supplements

                                  Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                                  Session 18: Stem Cell Banking

                                  Stem Cells can even be delineate because the building blocks of life. These are uniform biologicalcells that may differentiate into specialised cells and may separate to provide additional stem cells.In essence, a cell to be classified as a somatic cell is thought to possess the flexibility to self-renewand divide itself into 2 cells and somatic cell ought to be develop into cells that may amendment to totally different organs. the method of aggregation stem cellsfrom the canal when birth is that the most higher method of gathering stem cells attributable to the less quantity of risk and prices. The canal blood is taken intoaccount jointly of the richestsources of hematogenic stem cells, that possess the potential to create all sorts of blood cells – red cells, white cells and platelets..The biobanking market is needed to attain USD two.69 Billion by 2022 from USD one.85 Billion of each 2017, at a CAGR of seven.8%.Advances in biobanking and also the developingpattern of protective twine blood somatic cell of new-borns;government and personal subsidizing to assist Regenerativemedication and also the developing demand for effective drug discovery and improvement. Tissue banking is of aggregationgetting ready and cryopreserving the twine tissue for medicalutilization.
                                  Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                                   

                                  Session 19: 3D- Bioprinting and Biofabrication

                                  3Dprinting involves the construction of highly complex structures which isimpossible to create in natural manufacturing means; this 3D printing approachis now introduced in Tissue engineering which opens the possibility of advancedtissue grafts, organs as well as personalized grafts. For printing Ink isnecessary in Bio printing 2 poly saccharides alginate and gellan gum is used asBio ink. Nanocomposite materials/ nanoparticles are incorporate into polymernetwork like anionic polymers to facilitate mechanical strengthening are mostlyused to orthopedic tissue regeneration such as cartilage and bone to use inorthopedic tissue engineering. Explore more by joining your hand regarding thecurrent aspects of Bioprinting and biofabrications.

                                  • Bio inks
                                  • Intelligent Biomaterials
                                  • Printing for life sciences
                                  • Importance of 3D Bio printing
                                  • Prognostic and diagnostic biomarkers of cancer stem cells
                                  Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                                  Session 20: Umbilical Blood Banking

                                  Umbilicalcord blood is highly enriched with pluripotent stem cells which areconsidered life saving in later stages of life as they can treat a host ofdisorders. Cord blood stem cells are used to target blood disorders, immunedeficiencies, and rare metabolic disorders, including leukemia, Krabbe disease, aplastic anemia, non-Hodgkin’s lymphomaand Hodgkin’s lymphoma,sickle-cell anemia and thalassemia, with least chances of rejection by thebody. Cord blood preservation of newborn babies, also termed as, stem cellbanking in public or family banks is gaining a lot of awareness among people asit holds promise for future well-being.

                                  Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
                                   

                                  Session 21: Future prospects of Stem cell Research

                                  As per current analysis vegetative cell analysis may be a growing network that grows its root not solely in medical and health science however additionally in cosmetic surgery and cosmeticmarket. Transplantation, Tissue engineering, order piece of writing, Bio printing still as designer babies are in current trend and can be growing their demand in future still. Thus vegetative cell analysis incorporates with bioprocessing. Bio engineeringapplied science, molecular science to confirm way more development andopen future prospects and insights in life science still as in healthand medical field.
                                  • Developing new probes for tissue targeting

                                  • Therapeutic engineeringscience 
                                  • Cellular mechano-biology
                                  • Tissue engineering for own stem cells
                                  • Engineering science for medicaldiagnostic & imaging
                                  • Technology in rejuvenation
                                  • Development of recombinant signaling molecules
                                  • Advances in biochips and tissue chips

                                   Related Societies and Associations: International Society for Stem Cell ResearchFormosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM)International Stem Cell ResearchAustralasian Society for Stem Cell ResearchThe National Stem Cell FoundationDutch Society for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStem Cell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternational Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)The Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )German Society for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)Euro Stem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)Stem Cell Society SingaporeSTEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)New York Stem Cell FoundationAmerican Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative MedicineCalifornia Institute for Regenerative MedicineAustralian Society for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegian Center for Stem Cell ResearchSanford Consortium for Regenerative MedicineSociety for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)Korean Society for Stem Cell ResearchDanish Stem Cell SocietyEuropean Stem Cell CommunityEuropean Cancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternational Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

                                  Cellsconsist of cytoplasm enclosed within a membrane, which contains many biomolecules such as proteins and nucleic acid. The number of cells in plants and animals varies from species to species, it has been estimated that humans contain somewhere around 40 trillion (4×1013) cells. Enclosing the cell is the cell envelope – generally consisting of a plasma membrane covered by a cell wall which, for some bacteria, may be further covered by a third layer called a capsule.

                                          
                                  Prokaryotic cells

                                  ·        Eukaryotic cells

                                  ·        Cytoskeleton

                                  ·        Genetic material

                                  ·        Growth and metabolism

                                  Related Societies and Associations:American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) ,American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta (AABGA),American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) ,FEBS The Federation of European Biochemical Societies,Association of Biochemists and Molecular Biologists ,The Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine (ACBLM), American Association of Anatomists (AAA)
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                                  Market Analysis

                                  Market Growth of Stem Cells & Biobanking:

                                  Global Market of StemCells anticipated achieving USD 30,237 million by 2022.Current Research says that, Regenerative Medicine has opened several insights in the field of Health and Medicine and approaches to treat and cure complex degenerative, Neurological and genetic, acquired as well as hereditary disorder and to restore the function of tissues and cells in the damaged and missing organs by other therapies. North America takes the lead in global market in 2015 and expected to remain ascendant during 2015-2022. Stem Cell Therapies are also used to treat cancer and different immunodeficiency and Auto immune syndromes. And now Stem Cells are  also stands as a new weapon against Neurodegenerative Diseases, cardiovascular Diseases. Eyesight syndromes, wound healing, spinal cord injury, etc.                             

                                                                                          

                                  The global biobanks market size was estimated at USD 52.31 billion in 2017 and is projected to exhibit a CAGR of 4.5% over the forecast period. Use of biospecimens in clinical research has improved the potential success rate of different clinical trials being carried out for various disease regimens. Rising demand for disease - specific biosamples, especially tumor cells to accelerate precision medicine research, is expected to drive the market over the forecast period.

                                  Usage of human biospecimens is also increasing in cohort studies. Number of registered clinical studies with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) increased from 181,305 in 2014 to 262,445 in 2017. A substantial number of large ongoing cohort studies related to precision medicine have fomented the establishment of population - based banks. Hence, increasing focus on development of novel therapies, such as personalized medicine, is anticipated to drive the market.The market has evolved rapidly with technological advancements in genetic tools, as these tools raise demand for high - quality biospecimens to accelerate cancer research. Furthermore, ongoing developments in information technology and automation solutions have improved the operating efficiency of biobanking services. For example, launch of fully automated programmed freezers and refrigerators supports temperature monitoring in biobanks.                               

                                                                                                                  

                                  Why Tokyo?

                                  Tokyo, one of the world's largest cities, offers a uniquely eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary attractions. Please enjoy and discover Tokyo and beyond during your stay for a conference, meeting or business travel. Japan uses yen Coins come in 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, and 500-yen denominations while bills come in 1,000; 2,000; 5,000; and 10,000-yen denominations. As of June 2019, the exchange rate is 108 yen to the US dollar and 121 yen to the Euro. Japanese is the official language of Japan and English is widely spoken in Tokyo. The Tokyo Metropolis formed in 1943 from the merger of the former Tokyo Prefecture and the city of Tokyo. 

                                  Universities Associated with Stem Cells Research in Japan

                                  ·         Kyoto University

                                  ·         Waseda University

                                  ·         Tsukba University

                                  ·         Tongji University

                                  ·         Renmin University

                                   

                                  Universities Associated with Stem Cells in World wide

                                  ·         Stanford University

                                  ·         University of Miami

                                  ·         University of Michigan

                                  ·         University of Minnesota

                                  ·         University of Pennsylvania

                                  ·         Oxford University

                                  ·         Harvard University

                                  ·         Cambridge University

                                  ·         Yale University

                                  ·         University of California

                                  ·         University of Wisconsin

                                  ·         University of Edinburgh

                                  ·         Monash University

                                  ·         Leiden University

                                  ·         University of Munich

                                   

                                  Association of Stem Cells in World Wide

                                  ·         American Associaton for Cancer Research

                                  ·         BioIndustry Association’s Cell Therapy

                                  ·         Members of the Cord Blood Association

                                  ·         Motor Neuron Disease

                                  ·         Indian School Psychology Association

                                  ·         Israel Stem Cell Society

                                  ·         Danish Stem Cell Society

                                  ·         Brazilin Association for Cell Therapy

                                  ·         Japanese Society for Stem Cell Research

                                  ·         Taiwan Society for Stem Cell Research

                                  ·         World Marrow Donor Association

                                  ·         Federation of Asian Biotech Associations

                                  ·         American Spinal Injury Association

                                  ·         American Association of Integrative Medicine

                                  ·         European Biosafety Association

                                  ·         European Bio Immune Gene Medicine Association

                                   

                                  List of Companies on Stem Cell Research in Asia

                                  ·         American Broadcasting

                                  ·         Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing

                                  ·         European Union Shopping

                                  ·         Cryo Cord company

                                  ·         Beike Biotech

                                  ·         Cellular Biomedicine Group

                                  ·         Caladrius Bioscience

                                  ·         Pluristem Therapeutics

                                  ·         Vericel

                                  ·         BrainstormCell Therapeutics

                                   

                                  List of Companies on Stem Cell Research in World Wide

                                  ·         Aastrom Bioscience

                                  ·         Athersys  Stem Cell

                                  ·         Pfizer’s Stem Cell Research

                                  ·         Aivita Biomedical

                                  ·         Smithsonian

                                  ·         Advanced Cell Technology

                                  ·         Apceth

                                  ·         Cryo-Cell International

                                  ·         Cytori Therapeutics Inc

                                  ·         Geron Corporation

                                  ·         Invitrogen

                                  ·         Neuralstem

                                  ·         Novocell

                                  ·         Osiris Therapeutics

                                  ·         Neostem


                                  Previous Organizing Committee
                                  OCM Member
                                  Myles Suehiro
                                  MD
                                  Hawaii Institute for Health and Healing LLC
                                  Honolulu, USA
                                  OCM Member
                                  Yusuke Yamamoto
                                  Senior Staff Scientist, Division of Molecular and Cellular Medicine
                                  National Cancer Center Research Institute
                                  Tokyo, Japan
                                  OCM Member
                                  Wa Xian
                                  Professor, Center for Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine
                                  University of Texas Health Science Center
                                  Houston, USA
                                  OCM Member
                                  Bekir Cinar
                                  Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
                                  Clark Atlanta University
                                  Atlanta, USA
                                  OCM Member
                                  Anne Rios
                                  Head and Junior Principal Investigator, Princess Máxima Imaging Centre
                                  Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology
                                  Utrecht, Netherlands
                                  OCM Member
                                  Alireza Heidari
                                  Researcher, Department of Chemistry
                                  California South University
                                  Los Angeles, USA
                                  OCM Member
                                  Giulio Tarro
                                  President
                                  Foundation de Beaumont Bonelli for cancer research
                                  Naples, Italy
                                  OCM Member
                                  Ahmed G Hegazi
                                  National Research Center
                                  Cairo, Egypt
                                  OCM Member
                                  Dr.Yukio Yoneda
                                  Professor Emeritus, Section of Prophylactic Pharmacology
                                  Kanazawa University
                                  Tokyo, Japan
                                  OCM Member
                                  Khalid Shah
                                  Vice Chair, Center for Stem Cell Therapeutics and Imaging
                                  Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI)
                                  San Francisco, USA
                                  OCM Member
                                  Mr. Alejandro De la Parra Solomon
                                  CEO
                                  WAMS(The World Academy of Medical Sciences)
                                  Mexico, Mexico
                                  OCM Member
                                  Murugan Ramalingam
                                  Professor
                                  Christian Medical College
                                  MADURAI, India
                                  OCM Member
                                  Dong-ik Kim
                                  Director, Division of Vascular Surgery
                                  Samsung Medical Centre
                                  seoul, South Korea
                                  OCM Member
                                  Yunyuan Li
                                  Senior Research Associate, Division of Plastic Surgery
                                  The university of British Columbia
                                  Vancouver, Canada
                                  OCM Member
                                  Nadia Benkirane Jessel
                                  University of Stransbourg
                                  Stransbourg, France
                                  OCM Member
                                  Ahmed El-Hashash
                                  Associate Professor, Biomedicine, Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine
                                  Edinburgh Medical School-Zhejiang International Campus, (ZJU)
                                  Haining, China
                                  OCM Member
                                  Woodring Wright
                                  Professor, Cell Biology and Internal Medicine
                                  UT Southwestern Medical Center 5323
                                  Dallas, USA
                                  OCM Member
                                  Vincent Gallicchio Sr.
                                  Professor & Director, Biological Sciences Department
                                  Clemson University
                                  California, USA
                                  OCM Member
                                  Yong Li
                                  Associate Professor, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
                                  The University of Texas
                                  Dallas, USA
                                  OCM Member
                                  Feng Tao
                                  Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences
                                  Texas A&M University
                                  Dallas, USA
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                                  The organizers holds no responsibilities or liabilities of the personal articles of attendees at the venue against any kind of theft, lost, damage, due to any reason whatsoever. Delegates are entirely responsible for the safety of their own belongings.
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                                  No insurance, of any kind, is included along with the registration in any of the events of the organization.
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                                  Please note that transportation and parking is the responsibility of the registrant, Allied Academies will not be liable for any actions howsoever related to transportation and parking.
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                                  For security purposes, letter of invitation will be sent only to those individuals who had registered for the conference after payment of complete registration fee. 
                                  Cancellation Policy
                                  All cancellations or modifications of registration must be made in writing to stemcellresearch@alliedglobalevents.com

                                  If, due to any reason, Allied academies postpone an event on the scheduled date, the participant is eligible for a credit of 100% of the registration fee paid. This credit shall only be used for another event organized by Allied academies within period of one year from the date of rescheduling.

                                  Postponement of event
                                  If, due to any reason, Allied academies postpone an event and the participant is unable or unwilling to attend the conference on rescheduled dates, he/she is eligible for a credit of 100% of the registration fee paid. This credit shall only be used for another event organized by Allied academies within period of one year from the date of rescheduling.
                                  Transfer of registration
                                  All registrations, after payment of complete registration fee, are transferable to other persons from the same organization, if in case the person is unable to attend the event. Request for transfer of registration must be made by the registered person in writing to stemcell@alliedmeeting.org Details must include the full name of replaced new registrant, their title, contact phone number and email address. All other registration details will be assigned to the new person unless otherwise specified. Registration can be transferred to one conference to another conference of Allied academies if the person is unable to attend one of conferences.
                                  However, Registration cannot be transferred if intimated within 14 days of respective conference.
                                  The transferred registrations will not be eligible for Refund.
                                  This cancellation policy was last updated on April 04, 2015.
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                                  Keeping in view of increased security measures, we would like to request all the participants to apply for Visa as soon as possible.
                                  Allied academies will not directly contact embassies and consulates on behalf of visa applicants. All delegates or invitees should apply for Business Visa only.
                                  Important note for failed visa applications: Visa issues are not covered under the cancellation policy of Allied academies, including the inability to obtain a visa.
                                  Refund Policy.
                                  If the registrant is unable to attend, and is not in a position to transfer his/her participation to another person or event, then the following refund policies apply:
                                  Keeping in view of advance payments towards Venue, Printing, Shipping, Hotels and other overhead charges, following Refund Policy
                                  Orders are available:
                                  • Before 60 days of the conference: Eligible for Full Refund after deduction of $100 towards service Fee.
                                  • Within 60-30 days of Conference: Eligible for 50% of payment Refund.
                                  • Within 30 days of Conference: Not eligible for Refund.
                                  • E-Poster Payments will not be refunded
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                                  Accommodation Service Providers (Hotels) have their own cancellation policies which are applicable when cancellations are made less than 30 days prior to arrival. If in case the registrant wishes to cancel or amend the accommodation, he/ she is expected to inform the organizing authorities on a prior basis. Allied academies will advise the registrant to ensure complete awareness about the cancellation policy of your accommodation provider, prior to cancellation or modification of their booking.

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