Learn how the ability to manipulate novel materials at the nanoscale combined with advances in cell biology will revolutionize the repair and replacement of tissues and help to address key healthcare challenges of today.
A one-day course covering the latest advances in tissue engineering, and cell and gene therapy. Hear about nanoscaffolds, cell growth stimulation, controlled vascularization and “advanced therapy medicinal products”
Topics to be covered will include:
the clinical challenges of a demographically changing society
core technologies relevant to tissue engineering & regeneration
highly functionalised new materials for use as scaffolds
engineering of soft, skeletal, vascular and nerve tissues
prospects and challenges for complex tissue and partial and whole organ regeneration
commercialisation: bringing regenerative medicine to market and clinic for the benefit of the patient
risks, ethical and regulatory aspects.
This course will be invaluable for clinicians interested in learning about novel regenerative medicine treatments, medical researchers, staff involved in innovation and technology transfer, healthcare administrators, regulators and others interested in how new and highly multidisciplinary technologies are converging in this rapidly developing area of medicine.
For further information please telephone Gemma McCulloch at the Institute of Nanotechnology: +44 (0)1786 458075,
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org