Preservation of Cellular Therapies - Short Course
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5/20/2015 to 5/21/2015
When: 5/20/2015

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Preservation of Cellular Therapies

May 20-21, 2015

Offered in Minneapolis, MN and live via Webcast

Currently 1.2 million patients are receiving treatment from regenerative medicine products produced by 171 companies.  Preservation issues are critical, in particular, for cell therapy clinical trials.  Cells used therapeutically, are typically processed in specialized facilities and the cell must be preserved as they are shipped between the site of manufacture and the site of use.  Preservation permits coordination between the manufacture of the therapy and patient care regimes.  Finally, effective methods of preserving the cell therapy permit time for completion of safety and quality control testing. Come learn about fundamentals of preservation, protocol development, design of a storage facility, regulatory issues associated with preservation of cell therapies, clinical issues and more.

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Can't come to Minneapolis?  Take the course over the web.  It is designed to work around your schedule.

Have questions?  Please contact us at biocor@umn.edu.  

Two or more individuals from the same organizations registering for the class will receive a discount.  Please contact us at biocor@umn.edu for more information.

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