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Novel Insights and Innovations in Stem Cells
- Stem Cell Congress 2020

About the Conference

We invites all the participants from all across the globe to attend "3rd International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine”, on March 26-27, 2020 in Paris, France, which includes prompt keynote presentations, poster presentations, oral talks, and exhibitions.
 
Stem cells are unique cells with an ability to differentiate in any other cells of the body. Two types of stem cells found in the body, embryonic and somatic, hold the enormous therapeutic potential to repair and regenerate damaged tissues. Regenerative medicine is an application of stem cell research which harnesses the potential of tissue engineering to stimulate repair mechanism of body and restore the damaged tissues and organs. Therefore, development of disease-specific therapies and treatments by exploiting the remarkable properties of stem cells holds hope for improvement of the quality of life and survival of patients with chronic disorders.
 
Objective:

Stem Cell Congress 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 Congress 2020 will have an anticipated participation of 120+ delegates across the world to discuss the purpose of the conference.
 
Importance & Scope:
Stem Cell Congress 2020 will encompass recent researches and findings in Stem cell therapies and research, Regenerative Medicine, 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 Congress 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 Congress 2020 will focus on the recent and exciting innovations in prominent areas of tissue engineering technology, stem cells research and Regenerative Medicine.             

     


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

Related Journals
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

Following the success of the previous meetings of the 1st & 2nd International Conferences on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, we are honored to invite you to the 3rd International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, which will be held, in Paris, France, March 26-27, 2020.
 
The Stem Cell Congress 2020 will be a progressive, compelling and informative conference.  The meeting will continue to serve as a distinct platform, where the most compelling and controversial topics facing clinicians in the field are presented in a fascinating and engaging debate forum. The congress promotes excellence through dynamic deliberation and leading-edge presentations by international experts. Aiming to integrate the sharing of expansive information with optimal implementation in clinical care, this state-of-the-art congress is unique in its focus on resolving controversies important to stem cells and Regenerative Medicine.


Sessions & Tracks

SESSION 1: STEM CELLS- AN INSIGHT

Stemcells are uniform cells found in cellular organisms that divide through cellular division and differentiate into specialized cells. The two classical properties of stem cells which permit them to differentiate into nearly any quite body cell are self- renewal and efficiency. Thanks to their potential role in various therapies, stem cells is a subject of in depth analysis of Extensive Research Science.
  • Genomics and genetics in somatic cell Biology
  • Cell signal in somatic cell differentiation.
  • In-vitro culturing of stem cells.
Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanish StemCell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
SESSION 2: STEM CELLS AND BIO ENGINEERING
Stem Cell culture and Regenerative drugs largely targeted in creation 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 desired organ and tissue for transplantation, rather than that genetic and molecular sweetening of somatic cell could be a powerful mean to correct hereditary condition in patient these novel approach will eradicate the limitation of donor for transplantation further as open a replacement path in health science and medicine.
 
  • Built Tissues and its uses
  • Orgoniods in technology
  • Coming up with of tissue scaffolds
  • Small fluids in cell medical aid
  • Deoxyribonucleic acid vaccines
  • Molecular producing
Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

SESSION 3: MOLECULAR BASIS OF REGENERATION

Regeneration is a universal phenomenon in nature by which lost cells, tissues or body parts arereplaced or restored in an organism as a general process of growth.  During this process, adult stem cells or progenitor cells proliferate and differentiate to compensate the loss. Theability to regenerate depends upon the potency of any cell, categorized under totipotent, pluripotent, multipotent, omnipotent and uni-potent.

  • Histopathology of regenerative tissues.
  • Hematopoietic stem cells for blood disorders.
  • Directed differentiation of somatic stem cells.
Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

SESSION 4: CANCER STEMCELLS


Certain immortal cells among the tumour are capable of proliferating into all different sorts of cancer cells. These cells called cancer stem cells, the first targets of cancer life scientist and medical specialist for treatment of assorted tumors, although they're fairly immune to therapy and therapy.Approaches are created to use the property of those cells to develop immortal cell lines for the assembly of medicine and cytokines relevant to medical use but, heaps additional understanding is needed before transferral the ends up in observe.

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

SESSION 5 : MODERN TECHNIQUES OF TISSUE ENGINEERING

Tissue Engineering could be a multi-disciplinary science involving the principles of cell biology, Engineering and material sciences to exchange or restore biological tissues that perform a selected perform with a stronger framework. It is an associate act of mixing the cells of construct,scaffold and growth factors into a useful tissue.The feasibleness of bone-marrow derived Mesenchymal stem cells, Viscus valves,Auricular animal tissue reconstruction,etc. explains the large potential of this comparatively new field in medical specialty sciences.

  • Whole organ engineering.
  • Extracellular matrix analog.
  • Auricular animal tissue reconstruction.
  • Hydrogels for tissue engineering.
  • Dermal tissue engineering.
  • Stem cell engineering.
Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
SESSION 6 : ADVANCES IN TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
Not all tissues within the body are devised to regenerate when harm. Tissue Regeneration emphasizes on the science of create purposeful body elements for medical treatments aimed toward restoring traditional body functions when sickness, trauma and innate problems. It offers rise to a change of location field of Regenerative drugs, came into existence 20 years past, and, harnesses the principles of biological science and tissue engineering. Use of stem cells is Associate in Nursing integral apart of Regenerative drugs that emphasizes the likelihood of culturing tissues and organs in-vitro and their implantation into the topic.

  • Antibiotic-based tissue regeneration scaffolds.
  • Prevention of bone discs degeneration.
  • Ligament regeneration with biomechanics.
  • Osteoarthritis and ginglymoid joint replacement.
  • Artificial pacemakers.
Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

SESSION 7 : REPROGRAMMING IN STEM CELL AND TRANSPLANTATION

Transplantation is that the novel approach of transferring cells, Tissues, in addition as organs kind Donor to recipient to revive the perform of the required organ, tissue and cells. There area unit many procedure area unit there autologous (self), allogeneic (person to person), organ transplant (species to species). There are unit many transplantations area unit there that area unit with success approached in humans. Bone marrow transplantation is that the commonest technique used to treat various number of diseases together with Cancer. Rather than that analysis area unit occurring within the method of reprograming the pluripotent vegetative cell to organic process cell will which is ready to be able to treat many diseases in addition as can describe diseases models and induce a replacement hope within the field of Transplantation.

  • Autologous vegetativecell transplant
  • Allogeneic vegetative cell transplant
  •  Syngeneic vegetative cell transplant
  • Half-matched (haploidentical) transplants
  • Graft-versus-cancer
  • Organic process StemCell/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 FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadian Association for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell 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)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork 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 : TREATMENT OF DISEASES BY STEM CELL THERAPEUTICS

 

Stem Cell therapy is aimed at treating numerous degenerative, hematopoietic and neuromuscular disorders, nearly 80 in number which cannot be treated with conventional methods. Bone marrow transplantation for blood disorders like, leukemia is the most celebrated application of stemcell therapy, other than skin tissue grafting and implantation. This new approach in medical biology is inclined at maximizing the quality of life by reducing the adversities of chronic disorders such as cancer and genetic diseases.

 

 

  • Myelogenous or lymphocytic leukemia.
  • SCID-X1 stem cell therapy.
  • Type-I diabetes and artificial pancreas.
  • Cardiovascular diseases.
  • Autoimmune diseases.
  • Spinal cord trauma

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

SESSION 9 : NANO-BIOTECHNOLOGY IN REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

 Nano-biotechnology in medical sciences renders some extremely suitable outcomes within which few square measure solely pictured, whereas others square measure at completely different phases of clinical trials or already in follow.Nano-biotechnology in regenerative drugs includes utilization of Nano-particles that square measure being designed these day sand pictured analysis that involves usage of Nano-robots to imply changes at cellular and molecular level. Recently, it's being employed for drug-delivery, thermal- and optical maser medical care for cancer treatment. Particles square measure designed in such the way that they're simply being recognized by surface receptors of target cells to make sure direct treatment and least attainable harm to unaffected cells. This technology is additionally exploited for detection of diseases in initial phases for fashioning a good medical care. 


  • Pharmaceutical engineering
  • Nanoparticle-based anti-bacterial scaffolds.

  • Nanoparticle-based drug-delivery systems.

  • Nanotheranostic systems and their applications.

  • Nano-robots in medical care.

  • Nanoparticle imaging for malady diagnosing.

  • Biodegradable Nano-fiber scaffolds.

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 

SESSION 10: BIO-INFORMATICS IN STEM CELLRESEARCH

 

Bio-informatics deals with the event of algorithms and databases to manage, predict and analyze biological information. In-silico analysis of little molecules as a possible drug delivery target may be a preliminary step in drug planning to confirm most effectiveness. Self- learning algorithms, like, artificial neural network,  a very important tool for vaccinum planning. Machine biology along side bio-informatics may be a domain incorporating consolidated facts from applied science engineering, animation, ecology, genomics, immunologyneuro biology, organic chemistry and physics which might be used as pre-knowledge tools for planning somatic cell therapies.

  • Designing of tissue scaffolds.
  • Innovative technologies for modeling and analysis.
  • Molecular tying up for drug delivery.
  • Computational biology in somatic cell analysis.

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 

SESSION 11: STEM CELL BANKING

 

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

 

  •  Global market for cord blood preservation
  • Clinical application of stem cell banking
  • Legal policies and regulations
  • Ethical issues in cord blood banking

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 

SESSION 12 : GENOMIC EDITING IN STEM CELLS

 

The development of targeted genome editing technique using custom-engineered sequence-specific nucleases(including CRISPR/Cas9) allowed genetic changes with greater precision. This technique has a widespread application in the reprogramming of stem cells to study disease outcomes. The rapid evolution of these two techniques over years and their relationship with one another has paved a way for understanding cellular interactions and regulation of transcription at a molecular level with appreciable efficiency and flexibility.

 

  •  CRISPR/Cas9 in genome editing
  • Genome editing for designer babies
  • DNA repair in stem cells
  • Generation of animal models by genome editing
  • Targeting genetic diseases by genome editing in stem cells

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 

SESSION 13: VIRAL MEDIATED TARGETED GENE THERAPY

 

Classical strategies of sequence therapy embody transfection. It became inefficient and restricted chiefly  to delivery of sequence into actively proliferating cells in-vitro. Sequence Gene therapy utilizes the delivery of polymer into cells by means that of vectors like biological nanoparticles or infective agent vector sand non-viral strategies.The many forms of viruses vectors employed in sequence therapy are animal virus, adeno virus, animal virus and herpes simplex virus. Whereas different recombinant infective agent vector systems are developed, retroviral vectors stay the foremost wide spread vector system for sequence Gene therapy protocols and widest application to their historical significance because the initial vectors developed for economical sequence medical care application and also the infancy of the sector of sequence medical care.

  • Vectors for sequence Gene Therapy
  • Retroviral and different infectiveagent Vector

  • Non -Viral Vectors in sequence medical care

  • Calcium Phosphate Transfection

  • Targeted Vector Systems

  • Transduction Targeting

  • Fusion super molecule Targeting

  • Targeting Cell Surface Molecules

 

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 

SESSION 14 :  STEM CELLS IN NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS

 

Stem cell medical care has emerged as a promising treatment for varied neurological disorders. One such application has been recognized in stroke, a debilitative health burden that affects many thousands of people worldwide. Several patients would greatly take pleasure in the event of novel treatments for stroke with wider therapeutic windows than this restricted treatment, TPA (tissue plasmin activator).Cell medical care for medical specialty disorders suggests that the utilization of cells of neural or non-neural origin to interchange, repair, or enhance the operate of the broken systema nervosum. Varied technologies square measure concerned within the development of cell therapies. These embrace the utilization of stem cells and genetic modification of cells. Many styles of cells are transplanted into the systema nervosum for the treatment of medical specialty disorders.

  • Parkinson's sickness
  • Huntington's sickness
  • Amyotrophic lateral induration (ALS)
  • Alzheimer's sickness
  • Multiple induration
  • Demyelinating diseases
  • Cerebral anemia

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)


SESSION 15 : STEM CELLS IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS

CardiovascularDiseases (CVD) includes hypertension, coronary artery disease, stroke and congestive heart failure. Most of these disorders occurred by less oxygen supply to heart cells / Cardiomyocytes which damaged as being supplied by less oxygen as well as less blood which can be treated by stem cell therapy by inducing some bone-marrow derived mononuclear cells, umbilical cord blood cells, Mesenchymal stem cells or Cardiac stem cells in to the damaged portion of heart . These cells integrated in to heart and secrete certain proteins and paracrine factors that repair of the damaged area by cardiac tissue Regeneration.

 

  • LQT syndromes
  • Timothy syndrome
  • LEOPARD syndrome    
  • Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)
  • Becker muscular dystrophy (BMD)
  • Hutchinson Gilford Progeria (HGPS)

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)


SESSION 16: TREATMENT OF RARE DISEASES BY GENE THERAPY

Gene therapy  may be a logical way to treat rare factortic disorders and cure one factor defect by introducing with a 'correct' gene. The primary gene-therapy trials were conducted exploitation patients with rare monogenetic disorders, however these area unit currently outstripped by the clinical testing of factor medical specialty for additional common conditions, for ex: cancer, AIDS, and Cardiopathy. This can be part because of a failure to attain semi permanent organic phenomenon with early vector systems, a  important condition for correcting several inborn genetic defects.

  • Developing new probes for tissue targeting
  • Therapeutic biotechnology
  • Cellular Mechano-biology
  • Tissue engineering for own stem cells
  • Bioengineering for medical diagnostic &imaging

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 

SESSION 17 : STEM CELL CULTURE AND BIOPROCESSING

Getting Cell therapy product onto the market as quickly as doable still remains a key driver within the improvement of recombinant therapeutic proteins. Any such advance in bioprocessing is of specific interest to the business if it significantly shortens the event timeline or improves the top product. Within the antibody (MAb) space, platform procedures have allowed corporations to manage on specific class cell lines, transfection approaches, method conditions and additionally down stream process to shorten the event timeline.

  • Bioprocessing techniques utilized in somaticcell culture
  • Micro fluids in cell medical care
  • DNA vaccines
  • Molecular producing
  • Current understanding & challenges inbioprocessing

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 

SESSION 18 : BIO ETHICAL ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN STEM CELL RESEARCH

Stem Cells and their applications in tissue Regeneration comes with a few interesting controversies regarding the bioethical issues involved in stem cell research. The collection of somatic Stem Cells from the human fetuses and umbilical cords is the most extreme controversy so far. Other issues involve the potential of stem cells to induce a tumor in the body and use of embryos which are only few days old. Human embryo cloning was suggested as an alternative to this situation which was highly criticized by the ethical groups. Currently, lack of Stem-Cell marker sand in-vitro systems for manipulation also hinders the research and makes it a daunting task.

  •  Limitations and challenges in tissue engineering.
  • Clinical trials in alternative therapy.
  • Research ethics in stem cells and regenerative medicine.
  • Bioethical issues in embryonic stem cells.
  • Global strategy and legal framework.

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 

SESSION 19 : STEM CELL IN DISEASE MODELLING AND DRUG DISCOVERY

As explained Stem Cells are unspecialized cells that have the potential to completely differentiate in to different kind of cells and tissues that are the building blocks of body, that is finished by the method of regeneration and degeneration which might wont to overcome the restrictions of animal models in sure disorders. in addition as in drug screening and drug discovery .Several ways to generate such unwellness models exploitation either Embryonic stem cells (ES cells) or patient-specific induced PSCs (iPSCs), that is making new era within the field of unwellness modelling and drug discovery.

  • High thought place screening exploitation iPSCs
  • Drug screening
  • Disorder modelling
  • Unwellness modelling exploitation iPS cells
  • Vegetative cell toxicity testing

Related Societies and Associations: InternationalSociety for Stem Cell ResearchFormosaAssociation Regenerative Medicine (FARM)InternationalStem Cell ResearchAustralasianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchTheNational Stem Cell FoundationDutchSociety for Stem Cell ResearchCanadianAssociation for Research in Regenerative MedicineStemCell Evaluation Technology Research AssociationInternationalSociety for Cellular Therapy (ISCT)TheCenter for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (The Stem Cell Center )GermanSociety for Stem Cell Research (GSZ)EuroStem Cell: Stem Cell ResearchTaiwanSociety for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR)StemCell Society SingaporeSTEMCELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM)NewYork Stem Cell FoundationAmericanSociety for Reproductive Medicine; Alliancefor Regenerative MedicineCaliforniaInstitute for Regenerative MedicineAustralianSociety for Stem Cell ResearchNorwegianCenter for Stem Cell ResearchSanfordConsortium for Regenerative MedicineSocietyfor Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH)KoreanSociety for Stem Cell ResearchDanishStem Cell SocietyEuropeanStem Cell CommunityEuropeanCancer Stem Cell Research InstituteInternationalPlacenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS)SouthAfrican Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)

 



Market Analysis

Market Growth of Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine
Global Market of Stem Cells 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.

 
                                                     

Stem cell Market Segmentation and Industry Structure
Stem cells are widely used in drug discovery and medicine and in regenerative medicine. In 2016, approximately 90% of the revenue was generated from regenerative medicine owing to the large unmet medical needs, regenerative medicines used in the chronic disease treatment of Parkinson’s and Huntington’s. Stem cell research was segmented into Basic research and therapeutic research in which allogenic cell therapy succeeded 100% according to world global market for the stem cells.
 
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Paris  the capital and most inhabited town of France, with a section of one hundred and five sq. kilometres  and an officer calculable population of two,140,526 residents as of one January 2019. Since the seventeenth century, Paris has been one amongst Europe's major centres of finance, diplomacy, commerce, fashion, science, also because the arts. the town of Paris is that the centre and seat of presidency of the French region, or Paris Region, that has Associate in Nursing calculable official 2019 population of twelve,213,364, or regarding eighteen p.c of the population of France. The Paris Region had a gross domestic product of €709 billion ($808 billion) in 2017. per the social scientist Intelligence Unit Worldwide price of Living Survey in 2018, Paris was the second most costly town within the world, when Singapore, and previous Zürich, Hong Kong, capital of Norway and Geneva. Another supply graded Paris as most costly, on a par with Singapore and metropolis, in 2018. the town may be a major railway, highway, and air-transport hub served by 2 international landing fields: Paris-Charles statesman (the second busiest airport in Europe) and Paris-Orly. Opened in 1900, the city's subway system, the Paris underground, serves 5.23 million passengers daily and is that the second busiest underground system in Europe when Moscow underground. Gare du Nord is that the twenty fourth busiest railroad station within the world, however the primary placed outside Japan, with 262 million passengers in 2015.

Paris is very celebrated for its repositorys and bailiwick landmarks: the Louvre was the foremost visited art museum within the world in 2018, with 10.2 million guests. The Musée d'Orsay and Musée Diamond State l'Orangerie square measure noted for his or her collections of French Impressionist art, and also the Pompidou Centre Musée National d'Art Moderne has the most important assortment up to date} and contemporary art in Europe. The historical district on the Seine within the central city is assessed as a United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization Heritage website. well-liked landmarks within the centre of the town embrace the Cathedral of Notre Dame Diamond State Paris and also the Gothic royal chapel of Sainte-Chapelle, each on the Île Diamond State la Cité; the tower, created for the Paris Universal Exposition of 1889; the Grand Palais and Petit Palais, designed for the Paris Universal Exposition of 1900; the Arc Diamond State Triomphe on the Champs-Élysées, and also the Basilica of Sacré-Coeur on the Hill of vicinity. Paris received twenty three million guests in 2017, measured by building stays, with the most important numbers of foreign guests returning from the us, the uk, European country and China. it absolutely was graded because the third most visited travel destination within the world in 2017, when national capital and London. The soccer club Paris Saint-Germain and also the rugger union club Stade Français square measure based mostly in Paris. The 80,000-seat Stade Diamond State France, designed for the 1998 FIFA tourney, is found simply north of Paris within the near commune of Saint-Denis. Paris hosts the annual French Open sweep lawn tennis tournament on the mineral of Roland Garros. Paris hosted the Olympic Games in 1900, 1924 and can host the 2024 Summer Olympics. The 1938 and 1998 FIFA World Cups, the 2007 rugger tourney, and also the 1960, 1984 and 2016 UEFA European Championships were conjointly control within the town and, every July, the Tour Diamond 
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National Cancer Center Research Institute
Tokyo, Japan
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Vancouver, Canada
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Wa Xian
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Haining, China
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Marseille Cancer Research Centre
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Roswell Park Cancer Institute
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