Symposium on Regenerative Medicine in Osaka Japan and online

Symposium on Regenerative Medicine in Osaka Japan and online

Technological advances are revolutionizing the healthcare system, but at the same time, an aging population and changing lifestyles are rapidly increasing the number of people with chronic diseases and those in need of 'care'. Regenerative medicine is a new treatment focused on repairing cell, tissue, and organ damage that can 'prevent' or 'cure' chronic diseases. In the Netherlands, under the slogan "From Care to Cure", the Regenerative Medicine 

Top Cluster (Leiden, Utrecht, Eindhoven, Maastricht, and Leuven (Belgium)) in the Netherlands is aiming to create regenerative medicine solutions from symptomatic treatment of chronic diseases to prevention and cure. They have united and started a public-private partnership called RegMed XB in 2016. With several medical foundations, top-class researchers, companies, and governmental instances as its members, RegMed XB is actively addressing the ambitious challenges in regenerative medicine and has built a strong infrastructure that brings together top-class experts and companies in the field. At this symposium, RegMed XB and its partner institutions will introduce cutting-edge projects in the Netherlands. 

We are also pleased to announce that prominent Japanese professors who are leading the world's regenerative medicine will be speaking at this symposium. On May 19th the panel discussion will go into the possibilities for collaboration between Japan and the Netherlands in various fields, from research to commercialization, from the laboratory to the patient. This symposium will be the kick-off event for the realization of the Japan-Netherlands 'Partnership', which is expected to lead to the Osaka-Kansai Expo in 2025, and beyond. 

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Deadline: 16th of May. 09.00 AM 

Source: Symposium on Regenerative Medicine in Osaka Japan and online - RegMed XB | Regenerative Medicine Crossing Borders

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