Visiting Speaker Lecture Series
In addition to the core Regenerative Medicine Course lectures, a series of lectures by internationally renowned invited speakers will afford students the opportunity to learn from world leaders in the field of regenerative medicine.
A total of 48 renowned speakers have given lectures from 2002 - 2018.
Regenerative Medicine Speakers at a Glance
Dr. Philip Newsome, University of Birmingham - Stem cell therapy for liver disease: tales of the unexpected
Dr. Frank Pagani, University of Michigan - LVAD support as a Framework for Stem Cell Therapy
Dr. Johnny Huard, University of Pittsburgh - Regenerative Medicine based on Muscle Stem Cells
Dr. Megan Sykes, Colombia University - Induction of Transplantation Tolerance
Dr. James Landers, University of Virginia - Microfluidic Systems for Genetic Analysis
Dr. Harald Ott, Harvard University - Organ Engineering
Dr. Joseph Leventhal, Northwestern University - Chimerism to Achieve Transplantation Tolerance
Dr. Atul Butte, Stanford University – Managing Big Data
Dr. Giuseppe Orlando, Wake Forest School of Medicine – How to see Regenerative Medicine: Ally or Competitor?
Dr. Samuel Abraham, Nichi In Institute Regenerative Medicine - Regenerative Medicine in Japan: The Nichi-In Institute
Dr. Gordon Keller, McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine - Translating Human Development to New Therapies with Pluripotent Stem Cells