The 10th Annual Conference on Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine with the theme of “Frontiers in Stem Cells & Regeneration”, which will be held on August 13-14, 2018 in London, UK. The meeting will, as in past years, encompass a broad range of topics in stem cell, regenerative medicine, stem cell therapy, cancer stem cell, and further topics like biomaterials and nanotechnology. The Stem Cell Congress 2018 will lay a platform for making a good network with researchers and scholars from both academia and industry from all six continents and will includes prompt keynote presentations, oral talks, poster presentations, networking, and exhibitions. The conference has following sessions:
> Stem Cells Niche
> Stem Cell Therapy
> Regenerative Medicine
> Tissue Regeneration
> Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
> Hematopoietic stem cells
> Mesenchymal Stem Cells
> Adult Stem Cells
> Stem Cells & Gene Therapy
> Cancer Stem Cells
> Embryonic Stem Cells
> Somatic Cell Therapy
> Stem Cell Apoptosis and Signal Transduction
> Stem Cell Transplantation
> Cord Blood Stem Cells
> Immunological Challenges for Stem Cells
> Computational Stem Cell Biology & Systems Biology
> Stem Cell Technologies
> Stem Cell Bio Banking & Tissue Preservation
> Stem Cell Biomarkers
> Biomaterials & Stem Cells
> 3D Bioprinting & Biofabrication
> Stem Cells & Epigenetics
Are you too busy caring for a loved one to take care of yourself? Feeling stressed, anxious, exhausted, worn-out? The holiday season can be an even more stressful time for family caregivers. You are not alone—and help is out there! Join us for a free seminar on identifying and coping with caregiver stress.
Celebrate the Grand Re-Opening of PSS ALBERTA L. ALSTON HOUSE, Corona, home to older New Yorkers for over 30 years. Enjoy free refreshments, music, massages and more! All are welcome! Learn about free services and programs for caregivers and older adults, participate in wellness activities, mingle with neighbors. PSS Circle of Care, available on-site, provides support services at no charge to caregivers caring for older family members of others with dementia.
Entrepreneurship usually requires startup and growth funds, whether the founders have their own assets or apply to get grants, loans or investments. Join Stage2Startups and LIU-Brooklyn’s Entrepreneurship Lab as we start the first in a series of panel speaker events for the mid-life entrepreneur or potential founder. This first event features two women CEOs who have raised money, a credit management specialist, a NYC business solutions specialist who helps companies apply for money and a representative from a credit union. More information is available at www.stage2startups.org
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