Disease in a Dish: New Tools for Understanding Cellular Systems

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss emerging technologies for disease modeling in regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy.

By The Scientist Marketing Team | February 16, 2016

The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss emerging technologies for disease modeling in regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy.

Cell-based model systems are powerful tools for studying signaling pathways, deciphering disease mechanisms, and predicting drug activities. Advances in stem cell technology provide new opportunities for in vitro modeling and screening in a physiologically relevant environment that is consistent and replicable. The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss emerging technologies for disease modeling in regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy. Attendees will have an opportunity to interact with the experts, ask questions, and seek advice on topics that are related to their research.

Meet the Speakers:

Dr. Doo Yeon Kim
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Genetics and Aging Research Unit
Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School

 

Dr. Jason Spence
Assistant Professor
Department of Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology
Department of Cell and Developmental Biology
University of Michigan

 

Protein Simple
Baker

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victorJ

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April 15, 2016

I am just curious to know if disease can be quantitatively studied just by looking at the changes occurring at cellular level. If so what magnification ? I am not a biologist.

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