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Cell Therapy In Human And Veterinary Medicine: One Health Initiative

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Tuesday 16 June, 2020

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Regenerative medicine is a promising interdisciplinary field focused on developing novel treatments aimed to restore and/or regenerate diseased and injured tissues in human and veterinary medicine. This webinar aims to give a theoretical overview of the current trends in Regenerative Medicine for the treatment of orthopaedic conditions in small and large animals.

Veterinary medicine is an important bridge between basic sciences and human medicine and necessary for the progress of regenerative therapies. This concept is well contextualized in the so-called “One Health Initiative”, as animal patients can actively contribute to the future evolution of the field. 

In this webinar, we hope to provide an objective overview of the current technologies in the field and stimulate an active discussion on the use of regenerative strategies in veterinary medicine.

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Time - 15:00-16:00 BST

The webinar will be split into three sub-sections:

  • Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis: Evidence and Mechanism - Frank Barry, PhD (Professor of Cellular Therapy, Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI), NUI Galway, Ireland)

 

  • Stem Cell Treatment of Equine Tendinopathy – Past, Present and Future – Roger Smith, DVM, PhD (Professor of Equine Orthopedics, Royal Veterinary College, University of London, UK)

 

  • Veterinary Regenerative Network – Development of Stromal Cell Therapies for Companion Animals – Ana Ivanovska DVM, PhD (CALIN Industry Research Fellow, Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI), NUI Galway, Ireland)

 

Event time

15:00-16:00

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