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Stem Cell Commercialization & Partnering Conference  edit    delete

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Description: We welcome you to GTC's Stem Cell Commercialization & Partnering Conference, which is also part of the Stem Cell Summit 2014 to be held on April 23-25, 2014 in Cambridge, MA. This forum presents information regarding cutting-edge developments in all areas of stem cell research including the biology, medicine, applications, regulations and business of stem cells. This track focuses on the business opportunities, challenges and potential strategies for overcoming them. What categories of companies are currently commercially viable? How are they being funded? What kind of strategic relationships are available within the industry?


Conference B: Stem Cell Commercialization & Partnering:
I. Joint Session - Regulatory Guidance & Updates
II. Novel Technologies in Stem Cell Research
III. Commercialization: Bringing Therapeutics to Market
IV. Joint Session - Funding Opportunities
V. Overcoming Challenges in Clinical Development
V. Strategic Partnering

This conference will run parallel with 1 other conference as part of the Stem Cell Summit 2014:
Conference A: Stem Cell Research & Regenerative Medicine
Conference B: Stem Cell Commercialization & Partnering
When: Wednesday 23 April, 2014 8:00 am EDT - Friday 25 April, 2014 2:00 pm EDT
Where: Hyatt Regency Cambridge
Website: http://www.gtcbio.com/conference/stem-cell-commercialization-and-partnering-overview
Tags:
  1. cell and gene therapy
  2. cell and gene therapy regulation
  3. cell-based technologies
  4. cell culture
  5. cell therapy
  6. clinical development
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