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Theme
Stem cell Research – Rising Revolution in The future of Medicine
- Stem Cell Congress 2019

About Conference

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Allied Academies invites all the participants from all across the globe to attend “2nd International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine”, on May 20-21, 2019 in Rome,Italy 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, Heompoetic Stem cell, Mesenchymal stem cell which hold the enormous therapeutic potential to repair and regenerate damaged tissues. Regenerative medicine is an application of this multi potent stem cell in the field of Tissue engineering, Transplantation and genome Editing as well as in Organ Regenerations. 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.  To explore More Regarding the Recent Research in Stem cell Culture and Its application attend Stem cell Congress 2019.
Objective:
Stem Cell Congress 2019 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 2019 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 Regenerative Medicine.
Importance & Scope:
Stem Cell Congress 2019 will encompass recent researches and findings in Stem cell therapies and research, 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 2019 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 2019 will focus on the recent and exciting innovations in prominent areas of tissue engineering technology and stem cells research.

About Organizers:
Allied Academies is 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 Congress 2019 is a broad-spectrum Field  which covers the entire spectrum of  stem cell and Regenerative medicine  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, Students and other affiliates related to the area of Stem cells research and regenerative medicine.
Related Societies and Associations:
International Society for Stem Cell Research; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine (FARM); International Stem Cell Research; Australasian Society for Stem Cell Research; The National Stem Cell Foundation; Dutch Society for Stem Cell Research; Canadian Association for Research in Regenerative Medicine; Stem Cell Evaluation Technology Research Association; International 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 Research; Taiwan Society for Stem Cell Research (TSSCR); Stem Cell Society Singapore; STEM CELLS Translational Medicine (SCTM); New York Stem Cell Foundation; American Society for Reproductive Medicine; Alliance for Regenerative Medicine; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine; Australian Society for Stem Cell Research; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research; Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine; Society for Hematology and Stem Cells (ISEH); Korean Society for Stem Cell Research; Danish Stem Cell Society; European Stem Cell Community; European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute; International Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS); South African Stem Cell Transplantation Society (SASCeTS)
Related Journals of Stem Cell Research and Regenerative medicine
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 , Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Bioenergetics
Top Universities for Stem Cell in Europe:
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 , VU University Amsterdam , University of Geneva , University of Oslo , University of Milan
 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
 Top Universities for Stem Cell in the USA:
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 , North-western University , Michigan State University , Oregon Health & Science University , University of Washington , Brown University , Purdue University , University of Michigan , University of Virginia , University of Wisconsin– Madison , University of Colorado – Boulder , University of Miami , Duke University , Stony Brook University , Vanderbilt University , University of Florida , University of Pennsylvania , Case Western Reserve University  , Rice University , North Carolina State University , Oregon State University , Penn State University

Welcome Message

Allied Academies invites all the participants from all across the globe to attend “2nd International Conference on Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine”, on May 20-21, 2019 in Rome,Italy  with a Theme " Stem cell Research – Rising Revolution in The future of Medicine" which includes prompt keynote presentations, poster presentations, oral talks, and exhibitions.

Sessions & Tracks

Insights of Stem cell
Stem cells are the body’s raw materials cells, a Genetic / Molecular driver having the properties of Self-Renewal, unspecialized, Proliferation and Differentiation and Plasticity.  They have a potential to develop in to different type of cells   during the whole life time of a living Individual. When a stem cell divide each daughter cell have the retain ability as the mother cell. They can remain as a stem cell or else differentiate in to different type of cells with more specialized functions such as brain cell, RBC, muscle cell. They are unspecialized cells and remain in an inactive condition for long periods and induced to proliferate and differentiate in to organ and tissue specific cells with special functions by certain physiological and experimental conditions. Some of the stem cells like cells in bone marrow and gut are dividing throughout life span of an individual. There are several type of stems cells are present like Cancer Stem Cells Neural Stem Cells, Hematopoietic Stem Cells, Mesenchymal Stem Cells, Pluripotent Stem Cells, Embryonic Stem Cells, Amniotic stem cells cultured and used in the treatment of several diseases, disorders and disabilities including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, spinal cord injury, stroke, burns, heart disease, diabetes, osteoarthritisrheumatoid arthritis as well as Cancer.
  • Adult stem cell
  • Embryonic Stem cell
  • Pluripotent stem cells
  • Amniotic stem cells
  • Lineage and Differentiation
  • Properties of stem cell
  • In-vitro culturing of stem cells
  • Applications of somatic stem cell
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).
Gene therapy is a Novel approach to prevent and cure many genetic or acquired life-threatening diseases by changing the pattern of gene expression. It can be targeted to somatic or germ cells to manipulate and induce and remove diseases producing genes. The most common vector used in gene therapy is Virus. As we know stem cell have the special capacity to self-renewal, Differentiate and proliferate in to different type of cells hence is used as a model to induce relatively high efficiency new genetic information (transgene) by addition, deletions, mutations, or alterations of the corresponding genomic sequence to cure functional defect and therapeutically efficient gene allowed to culture and transfer in targeted cells or tissues. Hematopoietic stem cells are used as a common model for more general genetic manipulations of stem cells. Hence both gene therapy and stem cell based gene therapy hold a special interest in research.
  • Stem cell based gene therapy
  • Cell types in gene therapy
  • Vectors in gene therapy
  • Multigene disorders
  • Insertional mutagenesis in gene therapy
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Cancer Stem cells CSCs are rare undying cells inside a tumour that can hold the general capacity of a natural stem cell with the ability of highly proliferation and malignancy. They feed the tumour development and to frame tumour and induce cancer in an organ. These highly efficient qualities of a cancer stem cell are used in medication and therapeutic treatments in several diseases.
While oncology define the study of nature, types, cause, prevention and cure of cancer and tumour biology.

  • Cancer Stem cell and Tumour Biology
  • Cancer genomics and metabolomics
  • Radiation oncology         
  • Biomarker in cancer stem cells
  • Novel Cancer stem cell (CSC) Regulatory Mechanism
  • Therapeutic target on cancer stem cells
  • Pharmaceutical applications of cancer stem cells
  • Drug resistance in cancer stem cells
  • Cancer antigens as immunotherapy targets
  • Stem cells as a tool to battle cancer
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Stem cell therapy is the use of stem cell in prevention, cure and treatment of diseases and disorders. It’s also called as regenerative medicine. Stem cell therapy is used for replacement of cells, tissues as well as organ regeneration to treat neurological disorders, would healing, metabolic disorder and many more genetic and acquired disorders. As like treatment of eye sites related syndromes like Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP)Optic Nerve Hyperplasia (ONH), Age-related macular degeneration (AMD), Stargardt macular dystrophy (SMD), Treatment of Diabetes etc. As if stem cell therapies used to treat diverse type of disease but the most commonly used stem cell therapy is bone marrow Transplantation.
  • Stem cell therapy in the treatment of Eye sites
  • Stem cell therapy in the treatment of Diabetes
  • Stem cell in Bone regeneration
  • Stem cell in wound healing
  • Stem cell therapy in metabolic disorder
  • Stem cell therapy in Graft-versus-host disease (GvHD)
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Neurodegerative Disorders are defined as the disorders associated with central nervous system (CNS) and Brain. As the CNS, PNS and brain together form a complex and intricate network of neurons to transmit information between the body parts. There are several disorders associated with CNS and brain is Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and Alzheimer’s diseaseAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) etc.  Treatment of these diseases done by achieving stem-cell based nerve cell replacement and repair of the CNS. Replaced nerve cells differentiate in to  healthy nerve tissue. Stem cell therapy also used modulates inflammation involved in disease process and delay the propagation of diseases.
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  • Parkinson disease (PD)
  • Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)
  • Huntington disease (HD)
  • Schizophrenia (SCZD)
  • Autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
  • Prader-Willi Syndrome
  • Angelman and Prader-Willi Syndrome
  • Familial dysautonomia
  • RETT syndrome
  • Friedreich’s ataxia
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Cardiovascular Diseases (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 cellsumbilical cord blood cellsMesenchymal 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:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) are involved in the production of mature blood cells in bone marrow; in some certain conditions bone marrow including haematological or extra-haematological diseases and many blood disorders, including thalassemia, SCID, multiple myeloma, leukaemia and lymphoma affecting the marrow function. Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation is a novel form of therapy and used to successfully treat such kind of blood disorders in which damaged bone -marrow is replaced with a new bone marrow or marrow derived stem cells. Which is differentiating in to blood forming cells and treat these blood related disorders successfully.
  • Acute and chronic leukemia (AML/ALL or CML/CLL)
  • Myelodysplastic syndrome
  • Lymphomas (Hodgkin lymphoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma)
  • Aplastic anemia
  • Sickle cell anemial
  • Beta thalassemia
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Brain Cells are the key drivers to transmit the signals throughout the body by nervous system or the complex network of neurons. Any damage in brain cells can cause to drive the patient towards mental disorder or coma.  Stem cell or progenitor cells can be induced in the mammalian brain to regenerate and repair the damaged brain cells to treat several brain injuries like Traumatic brain injurystrokeCerebral paresisDementia etc.
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Dementia, in particular Alzheimer’s disease
  • Stroke
  • Brain injuries due to accidents or cancer
  • Infantile brain damage (cerebral paresis)
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Autoimmune diseases are ridiculous conditions of our body in which immune system of our body treat own substances, tissues and body cells as antigens and generates cellular and antibody responses against it. Some common auto immune diseases are rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, Whiskott Aldrich syndrome and lupus.
These autoimmune conditions are treated with immune suppressive agents such as steroids, methothrexate, cyclosporine, gold, and more recently infliximab (Remicade).  These can induce temporary improvement but to treat these diseases with a long term solution stem cell therapy is the best approach besides healing and regenerating the damaged tissue these stem cells can modulate the immune system by inhibiting the pathological response towards self-cells of body. Commonly Mesenchymal stem cells and  umbilical cord tissue-derived stem cells are used in treatment of auto immune diseases these cells produce auto-inflammatory signals to inhibit the pathological mechanism of immune system against self-cells  and  induce the production of T regulatory cells, which protect the body against immunological self-attack.
  • SCID
  • Whiskott Aldrich syndrome
  • Diabetes mellitus type 1
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Lupus
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Human genome consist of 6 billion nucleotides a single mutation in nucleotide causes life threatening rare disease like Lesch-Nyhan syndrome , Adenosine deaminase deficiency related severe combined immunodeficiency (ADA-S), Gaucher disease type III (GD), X-linked chronic granulomatous disease (X-CGD), A1-antitrypsin deficiency. These monogenic diseases require constant and expensive care but by therapeutics techniques in gene editing by insertion, deletion or modification in these mutated nucleotide sequences can cure these disease from root level  This can be possible only by gene therapy. These can be induced by replacing, inactivating and changing the sequence of the mutated gene. Hence gene therapy and genome editing is the only alternative approach to cure form rare diseases.
  • Lesch-Nyhan syndrome  
  • Gaucher disease type III (GD)
  • X-linked chronic granulomatous disease (X-CGD)
  • A1-antitrypsin deficiency
  • Adenosine deaminase deficiency related severe combined immunodeficiency
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

As like human body animal body possess several type of stem cells having various potential. These stem cells are used experimentally and clinically in several therapeutic approaches. In veterinary medicine Stem cells are most commonly used for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries in horses and dogs. New technologies are developed in which spermatogonial stem cells are reproduced to preserve endangered animal species. The same methods can be used to generate transgenic animals for use as biomedical models in pharmaceutical production. In the treatment of  spinal cord injury and myocardial infarction Small and large animal species serve as valuable models for preclinical evaluation of stem cell applications in human beings and in veterinary patients.
  • Sources of stem cells in animals
  • Hard-tissue repair
  • Ligament and tendon repair
  • Muscle repairs
  • Kerato conjunctivitis Sicca (KCS )
  • spermatogonial stem cells in Transgenic animal production
  • spermatogonial stem cells to preserve endangered animal species
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

As explained Stem cells are unspecialized cells which have the capability to differentiate in to different type of cells and tissues which are the building blocks of body, which is done by the process of regeneration and degeneration which can used to overcome the limitations of animal models in certain disorders.  As well as in drug screening and drug discovery .Several strategies are used to generate such disease models using either embryonic stem cells (ES cells) or patient-specific induced PSCs (iPSCs),  which is creating new era in the field of  disease modelling and drug discovery.
  • High thought put screening using iPSCs
  • Drug screening
  • Cardiovascular Disease modelling
  • Disease modelling using iPS cells
  • Stem cell toxicity testing
  • Testing drugs with stem cells
  • Personalised drugs          
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Stem cell culture and regenerative medicine mostly focused in creation of functional body tissues which can be model, repair and replace the damaged body part. Which hold a possibility to create whole organ and tissue regeneration by bioengineering of stem cells in Vitro.  In order to obtain desired organ and tissue for transplantation. Instead of that genetic and molecular enhancement of stem cell is a powerful mean to correct genetic defect in patient   these novel approach can eradicate the limitation of organ donor for transplantation as well as open a new path in health science and medication.
  • Cellular Engineering
  • Engineered Tissues and its uses
  • Orgoniods in bioengineering
  • Designing of tissue scaffolds
  • Bioprocessing techniques used in stem cell culture
  • Micro fluids in cell therapy
  • DNA vaccines
  • Molecular manufacturing
  • Current understanding & challenges in bioprocessing 
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Human suffering from several biochemical, biophysical, genetic disorders which will be treated by stem cell therapy. Some of these disorders are required special treatment in molecular level for which Nanotechnology stands for  a perfect combination of Nanotechnology with the potential stem cell will able to eradicate a myriad of diseases. Medical Nano science or Nano medicine is the disciplinary branch which stands for the application of Nanotechnology in various field of health science to avail the real benefit.
  • Genetic Engineering and nanotechnology
  • Nanotechnology in gene therapy
  • 2D Nanotopography
  • 3D Nanoscaffolds
  • Nanostring and qPCR
  • Nanoparticle Labels in Stem Cell Therapy
  • Creating stem cell niche
  • Genetic modifications and reprogramming
  • Stem cell visualization and imaging
  • Nanotechnology Ethical issues
  • Nano imprints Lithography
  • Electro spun Nano fibres
  • Self-Assembling Peptide Nano fibres
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Molecules are the most important coins of and individuals’ body each molecule emits and transfers particular signal which is received by another molecules and executed these complete phenomenon is termed as signal transductionApoptosis is the cell death signals which induce death to the corresponding cell. Stem cell as we know the potential cells having the ability to self-renewal, differentiation to maintain and control these capacities Apoptosis is necessary. In case of tumorigenic cells several apoptosis signals are required to induce cell death. To balance the number of stem cells in our body signal transduction and apoptosis play a vital role.
  • Signalling in tumorigenic cells
  • Apoptosis and Cell death signals
  • Cell signal transduction in iPS cells
  • Cell signalling in stem cell differentiation
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Human Stem cell Holds the ability to self-renewal and differentiates in to a variety of human body cells these potential cells used to treat different genomic diseases. Gene editing gives us the capacity to make changes in the Specific DNA Variant sequences of a stem cell either by introducing disease-specific mutations or correcting genetic aberrations. Which blend in the applied site and regenerate in to desired cells and tissues as well as organs. Production of different cell lines, Artificial Pacemaker, Organ  regenerationtissue repair and synthesis ,knee join replacement  these all the vital fiends where tissue regeneration and genome editing phenomenon applied successfully.
  • Antibiotic-based tissue regeneration scaffolds.
  • Prevention of intervertebral discs degeneration.
  • Ligament regeneration with biomechanics.
  • Osteoarthritis and knee joint replacement.
  • Artificial pacemakers.
  • Regeneration of RBCs
  • Organ Synthesis
  • Tissue Repair
  • Stem Cell Secretome
  • Cell Line Development
  • Stem cell Regeneration Therapy, Impact Factor , Supplements
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Transplantation is the novel approach of transferring cells, Tissues, as well as organs form Donor to recipient to restore the function of the desired organ, tissue and cells. There are several procedure are there autologous (self), allogeneic (person to person), xenotransplantation (species to species). There are several transplantations are there which are successfully approached in humans. Bone marrow transplantation is the most common technique used treats numerous numbers of diseases including Cancer. Instead of that research are going on in the process of reprograming the pluripotent stem cell to hematopoietic cell which will be able to treat several diseases as well as can describe diseases models and induce a new hope in the field of Transplantation.
  • Autologous stem cell transplant
  • Allogeneic stem cell transplant
  • Xenotransplantation
  • Tandem transplant
  • Mini-transplant (non-myeloablative transplants)
  • Syngeneic stem cell transplant
  • Half-matched (haploidentical) transplants
  • Graft-versus-cancer
  • Hematopoietic Stem Cell/Blood-Forming Transplantation (HSCT)
  • Tissue and Organ Transplant
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Many more deaths occurred due to less availability of organs and donors. Tissue engineering / Regenerative medicine opens the path to create and generate desired tissue, cells as well as Organs in Vitro to fight against the limitation and to create a new hope in the field of transplantation to fill the damaged and missing body parts. While rehabilitation engineering helps to restore normal function. Spanning use of cell, pharmacological and bioengineering technologies, 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:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Bio banking is the process of storing a wide range of biological specimens including Blood, Silva, plasma, Purified DNA etc. these specimens are used in biomedical research as well as patient specific clinical applications. In short bio banks are the library of Human specimens. Stem cells are contributes in treatment of numerous numbers of diseases hence storage of these different potent stem cells is necessary to retain and restore their original and natural potentials and to use it in particular requirement. Cord blood stem cells are the natural sources of pluripotent stem cells which is cryopreserved to use in stem cell culture, tissue regeneration as well as transplantation. Regenerated tissues and cell lines are also preserved to use during immediate requirement.
  • Virtual Bio banks
  • Tissue Banks
  • Genome Wide Association Studies
  • Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms
  • Hypothermic or Cold Storage
  • Viability Assessment
  • Cryopreservation
  • Global market for cord blood preservation
  • Clinical application of stem cell banking
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Application of Computational Biology and bio informatics in the traditional field of Biology opens new insights in regulation of experimental data as well as understanding the phenomenon in molecular and statistical basis.  In Stem cell Biology, hypotheses/concepts/theories regarding various properties of stem cell is analysed in relation to different experimental data (e.g. measurements of the transcriptom, proteome, metabolism, but also image data) and regulatory components (e.g. transcription factors, signalling molecules, cell-cell interactions) To explain its molecular or phenomenological characteristics  on the cellular and tissue levels (e.g. the repopulation of the differentiation potential of stem cells) on the basis of intra-cellular and molecular mechanisms and with theoretical approaches, such as mathematical modelling and computer simulation by the use of Computational Biology, Bio informatics and bio statics.
  • Cancer Computational Biology
  • Cellular Computing and Drug Discovery
  • Bioinformatics Analysis of Stem Cells
  • Computational Evolutionary Biology
  • PluriTest and its uses
  • TeratoScore
  • Cell Net
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Adipose Tissue or Body fat is an eminent source of Mesenchymal Stem Cells which hold the capacity of regeneration and differentiation in to tissues and cell line.  These cells are collected and cultured in vitro to generate Cellular linage and tissue and grafted to the damaged site of that particular individual’s body. This idle process termed as Lipogems Treatment, It is a self-transplantation process. This same process is used in plastic surgery to use fat cells and fat grafts for cosmetic applications, such as facial wrinkle reduction as well as diseases treatment reconstructive purposes, like for breast cancer or traumatic defects.
  • Mesenchymal Stem Cells
  • Adipose tissue therapy and uses
  • autologous and micro-fragmented adipose tissue graft
  • Body Fat and Its healing Power
  • Lipogems and advantages
  • plastic surgery
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Regeneration, Resulting Regenerative medicines which is used in various field starting form Diseases treatment to Cosmetic Surgery.Genes are the building coins of each individual. Changes in the genetic level and gene sequence can alter the genotype as well as the phenotype of the current individual. Hence to induce the desired character in the individual changes in the gene are done which is called gene editing  for example designer babiesDNA repair in stem cell etc.
  • Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Genomics and Proteomics in Stem Cell Biology
  • Molecular Basis of Epigenetics
  • Molecular docking for drug delivery
  • 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:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

As we know Stem cells have the capacity of Regeneration and Proliferation which is a potential capacity of Cancer stem cell also. Sometime these cells not obey the normal Apoptosis signals hence a suicidal gene directly transduced by the help of Oncolytic Virus to eradicate these cancer stem cells which is called Virus vector transduction . In recent report it was observed that a leprosy bacterium helps to convert normal adult cells in to stem cells. Gut bacteria is the prime vector in case of colon cancer to activate intestinal stem cells. Virus also used as a vector for stem cell culture.
  • Leprosy Bacteria: turns adult cells into stem cells
  • Virus as a vector for stem cell culture
  • Gut bacteria : Role in colon Cancer
  • Bacterial-modulated intestinal stem cell activation
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

3D printing involves the construction of highly complex structures which is impossible to create in natural manufacturing means; this 3D printing approach is now introduced in Tissue engineering which opens the possibility of advanced tissue grafts, organs as well as personalized grafts. For printing Ink is necessary in Bio printing 2 poly saccharides alginate and gellan gum is used as Bio inkNanocomposite materials/ nanoparticles are incorporate into polymer network like anionic polymers to facilitate mechanical strengthening are mostly used to orthopaedic tissue regeneration such as cartilage and bone to use in orthopaedic tissue engineering. Explore more by joining your hand regarding the current aspects of Bio printing and bio fabrications.
  • 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:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

As stem cells Holds enormous potential it is used in various aspects including Transplantation to Tissue engineering. Now days it opens new insight in the field of cosmetic surgery and biomedical research which increase the demand of these stem cell products and create a new business opportunity in production, regulation and manufacturing as well as in application of stem cell and stem cell products. Come and Join to learn about the current variable Categories and business opportunities.
  • MimEX Tissue Model Systems
  •   Organoid & 3-D Cultures
  •  Commercialization and Stem Cell Research
  •  Stem Cell Product MultiStem Manufacturing
  •  Ethical and Policy Issues in Commercialization of Stem Cells
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Stem cell; the undifferentiated multi potential cells holds several capacities and Used in biomedical and clinical research. Several clinical trials and research going on to inbound the potential of these cells in different aspects for human welfareDuring screening, during clinical pre trails and trails new compounds are discovered and used to prepare more effective medicines. In terms there are several challenges which arise during these process and need to solve like regulatory and funding challenges etc. find more and submit your research by attending this conference.
  • Recent Developments In Pre-Clinical And Clinical Trials of Stem Cell Therapy
  • Screening New Compounds And Identifying More Effective Medicines
  • Ethical Challenges And Status of Currently Viable Companies
  • Funding And Regulatory Challenges
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

Stem cell research applied in numerous fields from tissue engineering to cosmetic surgery. For that Stem cell is the raw material which is obtained from Human body. Embryonic stem cell is most widely used in stem cell culture which obtained from cord blood and blastocyst and umbilical cord during birth. The most ethical concern is destruction of human embryos for stem cell derivation which is morally unethical. Hence several legal policies and regulation are followed to do stem cell research. To know more about the legal frame work please attend.
  • Legal policies and regulations
  • Ethical issues in cord blood banking
  • Research ethics in stem cells and regenerative medicine
  • Bioethical issues in embryonic stem cells
  • Global strategy and legal framework
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

As per current research,Stem cell research is a growing network which grows its root not only in medical and health science but also in plastic surgery and cosmetic marketTransplantationTissue engineering, genome editing, Bio printing as well as designer babies  are in current trend and  will be growing their demand in future as well. Hence stem cell research incorporates with bioprocessing. Bio engineeringNanotechnology, molecular science to ensure much more development and open future possibilities and insights in biomedical science as well as in health and medical field.   
  • Developing new probes for tissue targeting
  •   Therapeutic bioengineering
  • Cellular mechano-biology
  • Tissue engineering for own stem cells
  • Bioengineering for medical diagnostic & imaging
  • Technology in rejuvenation
  • Development of recombinant signalling molecules
  • Advances in biochips and tissue chips
  • Spinal fusion and ossification  
Related Societies and Associations:
Europe: Belgian Society for Stem Cell ResearchUK Stem Cell Foundation ; International Stem Cell Forum ; British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy ; UK Regenerative Medicine Platform ; Austrian Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Scan Balt Stem Cell Research Network ; Student Society for Stem Cell Research ; Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research ; Lund Stem Cell Center ; Stem Cell Network North Rhine-Westphalia ; UK Stem Cell Bank European Group for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Israel Stem Cell Society.
USA: Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission ; Harvard College Stem Cell Society ; International Society for Cellular Therapy ; California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ; American Society of Transplantation ; American Society for Matrix Biology ; American Society for Cell Biology ; National Stem Cell Foundation ; Perinatal Stem Cell Society International Placenta Stem Cell Society ; American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation ; Columbia University Stem Cell Initiative ; The American Regenerative Medicine Society.
Asia Pacific and Middle East: Hong Kong Stem Cell Society ; Chinese Society for Cell Biology ; Korean Society for Stem Cell Research Pakistan Stem Cell Society ; Stem Cell Thai Red Cross ; Iranian Stem Cell Council ; The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine ; Formosa Association Regenerative Medicine ; Iranian Society for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation ; International Society of Regenerative Medicine ; Japan Human Cell Society (Stem Cell).

    Market Analysis

    Market Growth of Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Research:
    Global Market of Regenerative Medicines 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 worldwide Stem cell & regenerative medicines market is functional with several parameters like product type, application, sources, geography and users.  In focused to the product type stem cells market is divided into human embryonic stem cells, adult stem cells, IPsec’s, etc. Whereas, regenerative medicines applied the potential of these stem cells to regenerate, repair & replace tissues or the organ which are affected due to injury, natural aging process, and some diseases.

    These novel approaches are able to restore the performance of cells & tissues and applied in broad range of fields starting form Tissue Engineering to cosmetic surgery therefore, now it seeks the central attraction of researchers to focuses on the new technologies like Utilization of Nano-materials in immunomodulation, drug delivery to make the growth in regenerative medicines market and blend it with stem cell culture to open new insights, possibilities which can bring evolution in the field of medicine.
    Raw Material Analysis for stem cell Market
    The regenerative medicine market is broadly divided into three categories namely biologically derived materials, synthetic materials, and genetically engineered materials. The Synthetic materials and genetically engineered materials have high demands in the market due to its higher efficiency as compared to other naturally derived materials. Synthetic materials have used hydrogel in tissue engineered scaffolds.  While Genetically Engineered materials designed in vitro condition with desired gene and potentials. Financially investment for Stem cell and Regeneration Medicine are done by private inventors, and publicly traded stock as well as Government as these research holds the Possibility to Treat numerous Number of Diseases.
    Cosmeceuticals Market:
    Stem cell Culture Is also used in the field of Plastic and Cosmetic surgery to Remove wrinkles and different ageing issue .As these market is associated with fiction world it will contribute a good amount in the economy and growing rapidly .The market was evaluated at $42.24 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach a value of $68.72 billion by 2022, witnessing a CAGR of 8.52% during the predicted period, 2017-2022.
    Cosmeceuticals are the emerging market and so there are lots of opportunities lies in the market that is needed to be explored. North America has been declared as the second largest in the market of cosmeceuticals that has estimated for a share of 31% approx. in 2016.
    The United States is the major industry for the organic and in North America natural cosmetic products which shares 85% approx. in 2016 with a market value of $10.62 billion. Whereas, the Asia Pacific is the third largest industry for skin care products market which estimated a share of 22% approx. in 2016.

    Global Market Study of Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine:
    Europe: The regenerative medicine & stem cells market is expected to reach USD 13.578 billion by 2022 from USD 5.06 billion in 2016 at a CAGR of 21.80% during the period 2016-2022.
    Middle East: The regenerative medicines market is expected $ 40.55 billion revenue in 2022 from $ 17.03 billion revenue in 2016.
    USA: The regenerative medicine & stem cell market is assuming to reach $38.70 billion by the year 2022 from $ 13.33 billion in 2016 at a CAGR of 23.56%.

    Why Rome ??

    Rome, The capital city of Italy is listed as a Global city and ranked as the 14th most visited city in world and 3rd in European region. Its historic centres considered as world heritage site by UNESCO by having several historical monuments, museums, places like the Colosseum, St. Peter's Basilica, Castel Sant'Angelo, Ponte Sant'Angelo, Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon to enjoy the hidden treasure of nature. Instead of that it is a perfect destination of shopping with large markets like Trajan's Market, Roma Termini, Euroma2, Shopping Mall Porta di Roma, Galleria Alberto Sordi .For food lovers several delicious destinations are there like  Mercato Centrale Roma, Stagioni, l'Osteria di Eataly La Maisonnette Ristrot, Antico Arco, Fa-bìo ,Taverna dei Fori Imperiali and many more to satisfy their hunger.
    Instead of that, it is the hub of several research centres like  EBRI , German Archaeological Institute, Center for American Studies, École française de Rome - laboratorio archeologico Gramsci Foundation Onlus, Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma, UNICRI – United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, Istituto Luigi Sturzo ,Center for Global Health Research and Studies , ITB Istituto di Tecnologie Biomediche, Space Science Data Center (SSDC) - Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), CREA Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l'analisi dell'economia agrarian, CREA Centro di ricerca per la frutticoltura, CREA Centro di Ricerca per la Patologia Vegetale, CNR-ISAC, S.Li.M. Lab and universities like Sapienza University of Rome, Roma Tre University, Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli, Libera Università Maria SS. Assunta, Università Campus Bio-Medico, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Marconi University, Foro Italico University of Rome, American University of Rome, British School at Rome which seeks the attention of researchers and Doctors.
    Rome Experiences a  Mediterranean climate with fairly warm, dry summer and cool, humid winter and having advanced transport facilities with broad roads, municipal  bus, tram and  metro urban railway network for local transport while it served with prime railway stations named Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina. Three commercial airports which serve the city are, the older Rome Ciampino Airport, the Roma-Urbe Airport the new the intercontinental Leonardo da Vinci International Airport. And Port of Civitavecchia is the prime port for Transportation.
    In short, Rome is the perfect destination to plan a vacation with a proper blend of enjoyment and knowledge. 


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