POSTER ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE DECEMBER 10!
The World Stem Cell Summit Poster Forum welcomes submissions from all attendees, including scientists and researchers; representatives of industry; stem cell research funding organizations and economic development officials; members of Institutional Review Boards and Stem Cell Research Oversight Committees; patient advocacy organizations, patients, and representatives of related not-for-profit organizations; government agencies related to public health, such as NIH, FDA, EMEA, CMS, and their counterparts from around the globe; representatives from the insurance and finance industries; professors and students of medicine, physiology, biology, other relevant sciences, ethics, law, and other disciplines related to social implications; and practicing professionals.
Attendees are welcome to submit posters in all areas of science, medicine, business, finance, regulation and law, ethics, policy, communications, and other topics related to the societal impact of stem cell research and the regenerative medicine field. The topics listed below are suggestions, not a comprehensive list.
Basic Research, Medicine and Health
Stem Cell Research
Use of Stem Cells for R&D in the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industry
Translation of Stem Cell Research into the Clinic
Clinical Trials of Cellular Therapies and Drugs/Biologics/Devices derived from Stem Cells
Impact of Stem Cell Research and Regenerative Medicine on Public Health
Impact of Stem Cell Research and Regenerative Medicine on Personalized Medicine
Ethics, Law and Society
Patents and Intellectual Property Matters
Licensing and Collaboration Agreements
Stem Cell Ethics
Harmonizing Federal and State Legislation and Regulation within the U.S.
Globally Harmonizing Legislation and Regulation
Research with Neuronal Stem Cells
Stem Cell Banking
Commercial-scale Manufacturing of Stem Cell-based Products
Sources of Public and Private Capital
Medicare/Medicaid, Private Insurance and Third Party Payment Regimes
Collaborative R&D and Commercialization
Patient Advocacy and Communications
Stem Cell Advocacy
Applying Social Networking Tools
Stem Cell Science and Regenerative Medicine on the Internet