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AAA Feb 9
Varong Kaewboonruang crossed 40K. Time 06:01:54, pace 12:45 min/km, est. finish 10:21 am
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Peter Pendencko Feb 9
Attaya Julprapa crossed 40K. Time 06:27:37, pace 11:49 min/km, est. finish 10:48 am
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Angel J. Santiago-Lopez🧬🇵🇷 Jul 16
Prof. Dan Anderson from MIT discussing advances on implantable biomaterials for diabetes at Brings back good memories about my summer experience in his lab with
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Pattarawut Khaosanit Feb 12
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Janet Lambert Jul 10
Getting everything ready for 's Business of Regenerative Medicine conference next week! Looking forward to discussing the outlook for and connecting with everyone!
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EKAWAN Feb 9
Boonlue Kachenchart completed the BRM 2019 Marathon! Time 04:54:50 (UNOFFICIAL)
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Erika Siren Jul 15
Jason Hafler adds that transformative medicine (i.e cell and gene therapies) must be able to do something that a monoclonal, surgery or small molecule cannot do.
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ARM Jul 15
ARM CEO at the conference today, providing an overview of the regenerative medicine sector landscape! Slides from the presentation are available here –
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Lisa Warren Jul 15
Though you may need to wait until after the program because the speakers and content are terrific! is pleased to be sponsoring
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KaPookLook Feb 9
Suparurg Uttarin completed the BRM 2019 Marathon! Time 05:48:06 (UNOFFICIAL)
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CCRM Aug 8
Another great has come to a close. Our own Matt Mistry attended and shares the highlights
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Bruce Levine Jul 16
George Church on how to reduce the costs of advanced therapies
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HSCI Jul 16
“We launched to change the conversation a patient and donor have with a physician about having a bone marrow transplant.” —
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Cheryl Blanchard Jul 16
Dr. Jennifer Elisseeff teaching us about regenerative immunology and her great work in regenerative medicine at The Business of Regenerative Medicine at the Harvard Business School
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Erika Siren Jul 16
Jason Gardner from giving a 👌 talk on how they're innovating procedures (mobilization, HSC depletion) SURROUNDING tx. Current SCT is an uncomfortable process that hinders + - pt-focused innovation at it's best!
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HepaTx Jul 16
HepaTx never stops! This week we are at the Business of Regenerative Medicine Conference in Boston organized by the Stem Cell Institute of Harvard.
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HSCI Jul 16
Honored that Joan Finnegan Brooks joined us to share her story of living with . She shared the stage with Jay Rajagopal to talk about research advances, how much there is still to know, and how is making a difference.
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Angel J. Santiago-Lopez🧬🇵🇷 Jul 16
The goal for today at is to discuss how do we create value in the regenerative medicine space through basic science research and innovation. Case studies about: nanotechnology, biomaterials, synthetic biology, iPSC, exosomes, and cell engineering.
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Georgia Tech - IBB Jul 16
Our trainee, Elana Cooper, from the Botchwey Lab with speaker, Nancy Koehn, Ph.D. . Elana told us the keynote was incredible stressing the importance of being a leader who maintains team morale, demonstrates emotional discipline and never, ever gives up.
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HSCI Jul 15
. shares lessons from polar explorer Ernest Shackleton: the higher the stakes, the more you have to hire for attitude and train for skill. The team is more important than the equipment—don’t rush the hiring process
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