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OTT: Breakfast Club Winter 2012 – Human Stem Cells 3.0: The Holy Grail of Regenerative Medicine – Video


OTT: Breakfast Club Winter 2012 - Human Stem Cells 3.0: The Holy Grail of Regenerative Medicine
Human Stem Cells 3.0: The Holy Grail of Regenerative Medicine Techid: 12022

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Stan Wang talks about creating non-embryonic stem for use n regenerative medicine – Video


Stan Wang talks about creating non-embryonic stem for use n regenerative medicine
Gates Cambridge Scholar Stan Wang is pursuing a PhD in medicine supervised by recent Nobel Prize winner Sir John Gurdon. Stan works on a technique which takes tissue from any part the human body and gives it embryonic stem cell-like properties. This could have a huge impact on the world of regenerative medicine.

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OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Video-2 – Video


OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Video-2
OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Video-2

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OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Video-1 – Video


OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Video-1
OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Video-1

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OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Opening Ceremony – Video


OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Opening Ceremony
OMICS Group Regenerative Medicine-2012 Opening Ceremony

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Mansoura University Regenerative Medicine Program (MURMP): From Bench to Bedside – 2nd Day – Video


Mansoura University Regenerative Medicine Program (MURMP): From Bench to Bedside - 2nd Day
Medical Experimental Research Center (MERC) Annual Conference Mansoura University Regenerative Medicine Program (MURMP): From Bench to Bedside

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7.10 – Regenerative Medicine – Video


7.10 - Regenerative Medicine
Speaker: Ms. Elizabeth Sump, Director of Research Administration for the Orthopaedic and Rheumatology Institute, and Director of Governmental Relations, Cleveland Clinic and Dr. Fehmida Kapadia, Research Program Manager, Cleveland Clinic Ms. Sump is the Director of Research Administration for the Orthopaedic and Rheumatology Institute at the Cleveland Clinic, as well as a Director of Government Relations at Cleveland Clinic. She has previously served as the Executive Director of the Clinical Tissue Engineering Center, Chief Commercialization Officer of the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine and Vice President of Corporate Development for NetGenics Inc., an enterprise bioinformatics company. A Cleveland native, Ms. Sump has been developing technology for the Healthcare and Life Sciences industries for nearly 25 years. Dr. Kapadia is a Research Program Manager at the Cleveland Clinic responsible for managing product development and commercialization of a device used to identify and isolate stem cells. Dr. Kapadia also manages the research being conducted to develop products for the treatment of wounded warriors as a part of an Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine research grant. Dr. Kapadia has a PhD in Biochemistry and a Master's in Biotech Entrepreneurship. She has worked for several years in research labs conducting research in cardiovascular and molecular biology. Before joining the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Kapadia worked at BioEnterprise which is ...

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2 of 4 Dr. Alexey Aravin at the First Open Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Young Scientists – Video


2 of 4 Dr. Alexey Aravin at the First Open Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Young Scientists
2 out of 4 Small RNA Pathways in the Germline by Professor Alexey Aravin, California Institute of Technology

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4 of 4 Dr. Alexey Aravin at the First Open Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Young Scientists – Video


4 of 4 Dr. Alexey Aravin at the First Open Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Young Scientists
4 out of 4 Small RNA Pathways in the Germline by Professor Alexey Aravin, California Institute of Technology

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3 of 4 Dr. Alexey Aravin at the First Open Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Young Scientists – Video


3 of 4 Dr. Alexey Aravin at the First Open Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Young Scientists
3 out of 4 Small RNA Pathways in the Germline by Professor Alexey Aravin, California Institute of Technology

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Dr. Charles Cantor at the First Open Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Young Scientists – Video


Dr. Charles Cantor at the First Open Institute for Regenerative Medicine for Young Scientists
1 out of 5 Regenerative Medicine and Cell Technology: My View on Some Future Trends by Professor Charles Cantor, CSO, Sequenom, Professor Boston University, Professor, University of California Irvine http://www.charlescantor.org http://www.facebook.com

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#33 – Tissue regeneration, stem cells, regenerative medicine – Video


#33 - Tissue regeneration, stem cells, regenerative medicine
The ability of tissues to repair themselves is influenced by their capacity to regenerate the missing tissue and their ability that is inherent for them to divide and undergo mitosis. In most continuously dividing tissues the mature cells are terminally differentiated and short-lived. As mature cells die the tissue is replenished by the differentiation of cells generated from stem cells. Thus, in these tissues there is a homeostatic equilibrium between the replication and differentiation of stem cells and the death of the mature, fully differentiated cells. Regenerative medicine is the "process of replacing or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function".

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Mansoura University Regenerative Medicine Program (MURMP): From Bench to Bedside – Video


Mansoura University Regenerative Medicine Program (MURMP): From Bench to Bedside
Medical Experimental Research Center (MERC) Annual Conference Mansoura University Regenerative Medicine Program (MURMP): From Bench to Bedside

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10 Reasons to attend the World Stem Cell


10 Reasons to attend the World Stem Cell Regenerative Medicine Congress
Why should you attend? Watch the video to find out.

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Prof. Bader’s Revolutionary Regenerative Medicine Technique – Video


Prof. Bader's Revolutionary Regenerative Medicine Technique
Prof. Bader's Regenerative Medicine Video I do not own this video

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Dr. Naina Sachdev on Nutrigenomics at The Anti-Aging


Dr. Naina Sachdev on Nutrigenomics at The Anti-Aging Regenerative Medicine Conference Bangkok 2011
Dr. Naina speaks at The Anti-Aging Regenerative Medicine Conference (BCAARM 2011) in Bangkok, Thailand. Learn More About Dr. Naina at: http://www.nainamd.com

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Arthritis/Rehab


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Back to the Future Academic Conference: Fiorenzo Omenetto and David Kaplan – Video


Back to the Future Academic Conference: Fiorenzo Omenetto and David Kaplan
Watch Dr. David Kaplan and Fiorenzo Omenetto's "The New Silk: A Thread of Discovery" as it was given at Tufts University's Back to the Future event on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at the Harmonie Club in NYC. Dr. David Kaplan, the Stern Family Professor of Engineering, is a professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and holds faculty appointments in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Department of Chemistry, the Tufts University School of Medicine, and the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. He has pioneered the study of silk-based biomaterials in regenerative medicine. Fiorenzo Omenetto, Ph.D., the Frank C. Doble Professor in Engineering, is a professor in the Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Physics, and leads the laboratory for Ultrafast Nonlinear Optics and Biophotonics. He has pioneered, with David Kaplan, the use of silk as a material platform for photonics, optoelectronics, and high-technology applications.From:TuftsAlumniViews:4 0ratingsTime:20:28More inEducation

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Myelin Repair – The People’s Hot Topic with Prof. Siddharthan Chandran – Video


Myelin Repair - The People's Hot Topic with Prof. Siddharthan Chandran
Siddarthan Chandran, professor, neurologist and general cricket fanatic answers your questions on Myelin Repair. Siddarthan is the director of the Anne Rowling Clinic for regenerative medicine at the University of Edinburgh - he took some time to meet with Shift.ms and talk to us about some of the work he and his collaborators are doing around myelin repair. Apologies about some of the filming - the camera was on the wrong setting!From:shiftdotmsViews:17 1ratingsTime:11:42More inNonprofits Activism

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Dean Tozer of Shire Regenerative Medicine – at Stem Cells USA


Dean Tozer of Shire Regenerative Medicine - at Stem Cells USA Regenerative Medicine Congress 2012
Dean Tozer, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at Shire Regenerative Medicine, spoke at the Stem Cells USA Regenerative Medicine Congress 2012 on the topic, 'Going all-in: Shire's $750M bet on Shire Regenerative Medicine.' The Stem Cells Regenerative Medicine Congress is where pharma, biotech, academia, government and investors come to uncover the technologies, strategies and business models that will help get stem cell and regenerative medicine treatments to market faster and more cost effectively. For more information, go to http://www.terrapinn.com/stemcellsusa. Or, check out our blog at blogs.terrapinn.com/total-biopharma for up to date information on the stem cells, RM and cord blood banking and therapeutics sectors.From:biopharmachannelViews:0 0ratingsTime:18:23More inScience Technology

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William Prather of Pluristem on treating Aplastic Anemia with stem cells – at Stem Cells USA 2012 – Video


William Prather of Pluristem on treating Aplastic Anemia with stem cells - at Stem Cells USA 2012
William Prather, Sr. VP Corporate Development at Pluristem, spoke at the Stem Cells USA Regenerative Medicine Congress 2012 on the topic, 'Treating Aplastic Anemia with PLX Stem Cells.' The Stem Cells Regenerative Medicine Congress is where pharma, biotech, academia, government and investors come to uncover the technologies, strategies and business models that will help get stem cell and regenerative medicine treatments to market faster and more cost effectively. For more information, go to http://www.terrapinn.com/stemcellsusa. Or, check out our blog at blogs.terrapinn.com/total-biopharma for up to date information on the stem cells, RM and cord blood banking and therapeutics sectors.From:biopharmachannelViews:0 0ratingsTime:21:02More inScience Technology

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Teresa Leezer of Rhinocyte on neurodegenerative conditions – at Stem Cells USA


Teresa Leezer of Rhinocyte on neurodegenerative conditions - at Stem Cells USA RM Congress 2012
Teresa Leezer, COO of Rhinocyte, spoke at the Stem Cells USA Regenerative Medicine Congress 2012 on the topic, 'Using autologous olfactory epithelial cells to treat neurodegenerative conditions.' The Stem Cells Regenerative Medicine Congress is where pharma, biotech, academia, government and investors come to uncover the technologies, strategies and business models that will help get stem cell and regenerative medicine treatments to market faster and more cost effectively. For more information, go to http://www.terrapinn.com/stemcellsusa. Or, check out our blog at blogs.terrapinn.com/total-biopharma for up to date information on the stem cells, RM and cord blood banking and therapeutics sectors.From:biopharmachannelViews:0 0ratingsTime:14:58More inScience Technology

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Michael West of BioTime on hES cell-based therapies – at Stem Cells USA


Michael West of BioTime on hES cell-based therapies - at Stem Cells USA RM Congress 2012
Michael West, CEO of BioTime, spoke at the Stem Cells USA Regenerative Medicine Congress 2012 on the topic, 'Second generation hES cell-based therapies: achieving purity and scalability in the midst of diversity.' The Stem Cells Regenerative Medicine Congress is where pharma, biotech, academia, government and investors come to uncover the technologies, strategies and business models that will help get stem cell and regenerative medicine treatments to market faster and more cost effectively. For more information, go to http://www.terrapinn.com/stemcellsusa. Or, check out our blog at blogs.terrapinn.com/total-biopharma for up to date information on the stem cells, RM and cord blood banking and therapeutics sectors.From:biopharmachannelViews:0 0ratingsTime:23:31More inScience Technology

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Ed Field of Cytomedix on biotech collaboration in RM – at Stem Cells USA


Ed Field of Cytomedix on biotech collaboration in RM - at Stem Cells USA RM Congress 2012
Ed Field, Chief Operating Officer of Cytomedix, spoke at the Stem Cells USA Regenerative Medicine Congress 2012 on the topic, 'Biotech collaboration in RM: Cytomedix's acquisition of Aldagen.' The Stem Cells Regenerative Medicine Congress is where pharma, biotech, academia, government and investors come to uncover the technologies, strategies and business models that will help get stem cell and regenerative medicine treatments to market faster and more cost effectively. For more information, go to http://www.terrapinn.com/stemcellsusa. Or, check out our blog at blogs.terrapinn.com/total-biopharma for up to date information on the stem cells, RM and cord blood banking and therapeutics sectors.From:biopharmachannelViews:0 0ratingsTime:24:03More inScience Technology

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Alternative funding sources for regenerative medicine – panel discussion at Stem Cells USA 2012 – Video


Alternative funding sources for regenerative medicine - panel discussion at Stem Cells USA 2012
Stem Cells USA Regenerative Medicine Congress 2012 featured an exciting panel discussion on the topic, 'Looking to alternative funding sources for the regenerative medicine field.' Panelists included: Ed Field, Chief Operating Officer, Cytomedix Dan Gincel, Director, Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund Elona Baum, General Counsel, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) Brock Reeve, Executive Director, Harvard Stem Cell Institute The Stem Cells Regenerative Medicine Congress is where pharma, biotech, academia, government and investors come to uncover the technologies, strategies and business models that will help get stem cell and regenerative medicine treatments to market faster and more cost effectively. For more information, go to http://www.terrapinn.com/stemcellsusa. Or, check out our blog at blogs.terrapinn.com/total-biopharma for up to date information on the stem cells, RM and cord blood banking and therapeutics sectors.From:biopharmachannelViews:0 0ratingsTime:50:04More inScience Technology

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