The National Academies of Sciences Engineering Medicine - Forum on Regenerative Medicine
ISCT is a member of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Forum on Regenerative Medicine. The Forum convenes academia, industry, government, patient and provider organizations, regulatory bodies, foundations, societies, associations, and others to discuss challenges facing the application of, and the opportunities for, regenerative medicine to improve health through the development of effective new therapies. The Forum identifies existing and potential barriers to scientific and therapeutic advances; discusses opportunities to assist in facilitating more effective partnerships among key stakeholders; examines the impact that current policies have on the discovery, development, and translation of regenerative medicine therapies; considers the unique challenges of identifying, validating, and bringing regenerative medicine applications to market; and explores the ethical, legal, and social issues posed by regenerative medicine advances.
Navigating the Manufacturing Process and Ensuring the Quality of Regenerative Medicine Therapies - A Workshop, Read more
Exploring the State of the Science in the Field of Regenerative Medicine: Challenges of and Opportunities for Cellular Therapies - A Workshop, Read more
For more information about the Forum and our work, please click here.
- Daniel Weiss, MD, PhD
- Karen Nichols, Esq.
- Bruce Levine, PhD
2018 Partner Organization Report