Regenerative Medicine Workshop at Hilton Head

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The 18th annual Regenerative Medicine Workshop at Hilton Head will be held March 26-29, 2014 on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina in Harbour Town.  The 2014 meeting has a powerhouse line-up of speakers in a breadth of topics in the regenerative medicine field.  

This year’s workshop will focus on “Discovery-Driven, Transformative Research” and abstracts are due by December 15, 2013.  For the first time, the Georgia Tech and Emory Regenerative Engineering and Medicine Center will partner with both the University of Wisconsin and University of Pittsburgh as organizing institutions.  

“We are looking forward to partnering with the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Wisconsin, both of which are renowned innovators in the field of regenerative medicine,“ said Robert E. Guldberg, director of the Regenerative Engineering & Medicine Center at Georgia Tech and Emory.

In addition to new partners, the workshop has an entirely new look, to include a new website, and exciting new sponsorship opportunities.  

This annual workshop sells out each year at around 250 participants.  The intimate environment allows for ample discussion time with attending faculty, trainees, industry participants and exhibitors. The program, which spans three days, starts with a focused short course and continues on with presentations ranging in topics.  

Nerem Lecturer
Doug Lauffenburger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Keynote Speakers
Stephan Duncan, PhD – Medical College of Wisconsin
Jeanne Loring, PhD - The Scripps Research Institute
Sean Palecek, PhD – University of Wisconsin – Madison
Suzie Pun, PhD – University of Washington
Dave Schaffer, PhD – University of California, Berkeley
Tim Schroeder, PhD - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Molly Scoichet, PhD – University of Toronto
Marius Wernig, PhD – Stanford

For more information, please visit: Regenerative Medicine Workshop


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