Cell Therapy-2014 is a remarkable event which brings together research eminent from the expertise of cell and gene therapy combining leading research scholars, clinical practitioners and scientists. The scientific gathering will ground university researchers, research academicians, leaders from biopharma facilitates and key opinion leaders from scientific business. The combination of such diverse mix of people from the various scientific fields makes the necessary impact for the needed communication and fruitful scientific network. Cell Therapy conference paves the scientific opportunity with plenary sessions, Editorial Board meetings, speaker sessions, young research forum, poster sessions, best poster awards, symposiums, International Workshops and exhibitions.
At the forefront, cell and gene therapy dives into the latest happenings of scientific world beholding renowned personalities and researchers in the field of Cell and Gene therapy such as
The scientific sessions includes Cell & Gene Therapy-Potential Applications; Stem Cell Therapies; Cellular Therapies; Therapeutic Bioengineering; Reprogramming Cell Fate; Advanced Gene Therapeutics; Gene Transfer to Induce Cellular Programming; Cell Based Immunotherapy; Modern Approaches in Molecular Cancer Therapeutics; Challenges & Risks of Cancer Gene Therapy; Nano Methods to Target Cancer Cells; Bioengineering Therapeutics and Tissue Engineering.
The pre-conference workshop was held by
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Cell Therapy 2014-Organizing Committee
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