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OMICS Conference on Emerging Cell Therapies 2012 involved discussions that are of interest to contemporary research in the field of cell therapy. The topics of the cell therapy conference focused on cellular therapies and stem cell therapies, including overall application of cell therapy.

Cell therapy conference

Chicago, IL | Posted on March 5th, 2013

Story: The Cell Therapy-2012 Conference was held by the OMICS Group from October 1-3, 2012 at DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago-North Shore in USA. The Cell therapy conference brought together experts in the field of emerging cell therapies. The theme of the cell therapy conference organized by OMICS in 2012 was Evolving Technology in Cell Therapy and its Future Perspectives.

OMICS Conference on Emerging Cell Therapies 2012 involved discussions that are of interest to contemporary research in the field of cell therapy. The topics of the cell therapy conference focused on cellular therapies and stem cell therapies, including overall application of cell therapy. A subject of deep interest and suspense addressed the event dealt with the future perspectives, moving forward from the current scenario in cell therapy.

The meet happened over three days, and was divided into several tracks and themes. The itinerary of the event was decided in advance by the OMICS Program Coordinators. The speakers and learners interact in an atmosphere that enables transfer of upcoming industry trends, in addition to the latest findings in the concerned domain.

Biospherix was the exhibitor at the OMICS Emerging Cell Therapy 2012. The firm connected well with the theme of the Cell Therapy meet by OMICS, as it is into advanced cellular research and development of the Cell Incubation and Processing Systems. These attributes of the exhibitor provided the event more credentials and success factor.

Lectures at the cell therapy conference also covered subjects on nanotechnology and Bioengineering in cell therapies. In addition, the speakers and also talked about the ethics and regulatory issues concerning cell therapy. The opening day of the conference saw the keynote speeches delivered by honorable members of the keynote forum.The cell therapy event also witnessed participation from several government organizations, companies into molecular and cellular biology research and eminent scientists and professionals working for those. This also helped in professional networking and added an industrial tag to the concluded cell therapy meet.

Cell Therapy-2013 is scheduled on October 23-25, 2013 in Florida, USA. For more information you can visit www.omicsgroup.com/cell-therapy-conference-2012/.

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