AUSTIN CELL THERAPY SYMPOSIUM
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AUSTIN CELL THERAPY SYMPOSIUM

FRIDAY JANUARY 4, 2013

2:00-5:00

Hilton Downtown Austin

 

 

Regenerative medicine will have greater impact on humanity than the discovery of the atom”  -      Harvard Business School

 

Regenerative cell therapy is poised to revolutionize the landscape of medicine by providing viable and affordable treatment options across all disciplines of medicine without the controversy associated with embryonic stem cells. Celling Biosciences is an Austin based company working with the world leaders in academics and medicine to research and develop the future of adult stem cell therapies.  On Friday, January 4th Celling Biosciences is hosting the Austin Cell Therapy Symposium  at the downtown Austin Hilton to build awareness and provide a platform for leaders in the industry to discuss the impact on healthcare and the local community in Central Texas.

 

Many people know Austin, Texas as the live music capitol of the world, the new home to formula one racing, a global leader in technology development and home to the University of Texas. What many people do not realize is that Austin is also home to one of the largest concentration of medical research and businesses in the field of regenerative medicine in the country.

The Austin Cell Therapy Symposium will bring together businesses, researchers and government officials to discuss this emerging medical field, its impact on the future of healthcare, and what it means for the growing industry in Central Texas.

 

“We are fortunate to have industry leaders joining us to celebrate and discuss the future impact of regenerative medicine. We are proud to be pioneers forging the way in the global healthcare market place for adult stem cell therapies. It is my belief and that of our organization that adult stem cells will change the world,” says Founder and CEO of Celling Biosciences, Kevin Dunworth.

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