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Course Summary

Clinical Applications of Stem Cell Research 2

The lectures on Clinical Translation of Stem Cells emphasize the scientific, clinical, regulatory, ethical, and social issues that should be addressed so that basic stem cell research is responsibly translated into appropriate clinical applications for treating patients. These lectures by multidisciplinary group of stem cell experts comprise researchers, clinicians, ethicists, and regulatory specialists who offer recommendations founded on general principles for scientific, clinical, and ethical conduct that should be followed by all translational stem cell researchers, clinician-scientists, and regulators in  this fascinating field described as the “next evolution of medical treatments.".


What's Included

Lee - Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Inflammatory Diseases

This unit will cover how mesenchymal stem cells are aiding in inflamation.

Lee - Therapeutic Applications of Mesenchymal Stem Cells

This unit will introduce the explanation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells and how mesenchymal stem cells repair injured tissue. The unit will also cover current status of clinical trials with mesenchymal stem cells.

Lee - Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Cancer Treatment

This unit will introduce the microenvironment of cancer cells. The unit will also cover mesenchymal stem cells treatment and clinical studies.

Cui - Natural Cancer Resistance in Mice and in Humans - Basis for a Novel Cancer Therapy

This unit will introduce cancer resistance, as well as cover clinical studies involving cancer resistance.

Weiss - Stem Cells, Cell Therapies, and Ex Vivo Lung Bioengineering Approaches for Lung Diseases (1 )

The purpose of this unit is to understand stem cell therapies for Lung Diseases. 

Weiss - Bioengineering Approaches for Lung Diseases (Part 2 )

The purpose of this unit is to understand stem cell therapies for Lung Diseases. 

De Grey - The Partnership between Stem Cell and other Regenerative Therapies

The purpose of this unit is to understand Aging and what are regenerative therapies.

Gilpin - Regulatory Aspects of Stem Cell Research and Practice - Part 1

The purpose of this unit is to understand Stem Cell research, as well as Practice Regulatory and Legal Context.

Gilpin - Regulatory Aspects of Stem Cell Research and Practice - Part 2

The purpose of this unit is to understand FDA Regulations and understand Exceptions.

Borlongan - Understanding the Basics of Clinical Trials of Stem Cell Therapy

This unit will cover regulatory review principles, as well as properties of Stem Cells. The unit will also cover  pre-clinical study design, transitioning to clinical trials, and working with FDA/CBER/OCTGT

Lamba - Clinical Applications of Stem Cells for Retinal Disorders

The purpose of this unit is to understand the retinal structure and management of AMD Patients. The unit will also cover investigational treatments and future treatments.

Borlongan - Clinical Trials of Stem Cells for Cardiac Diseases

This unit will provide an overview of clinical trials with stem cells regarding Cardiac Diseases and their outcomes.

McNiece - Clinical Trials with Mesenchymal Stem Cells

The purpose of this unit is to understand potential mechanisms of action for MSCs. The unit will also cover sources of MSCs and clinical trials on MSCs.

McNiece - Laboratory Manufacture of Mesenchymal Stem Cells (Change name on 1st slide)

The purpose of this unit is to understand MSC manufacture. This unit will also cover sources of MSCs and issues of manufactured MSCs.

McNiece - Preparation of Platelet Rich Products for Clinical Use

The purpose of this unit is to understand platelet rich plasma (PRP). The unit will also cover production and storage of PRP and applications of PRP.

Ott - Clinical Trials and Good Clinical Practices in Stem Cell Therapy

The purpose of this unit is to understand regulations and good clinical practices, understand investigator responsabilities, and understand what Informed Consent is.

Lathia - Current Cancer Stem Cell Research - Moving to a Cure

The purpose of this unit is to understand the cancer stem cell hypothesis, become familiar with how cancer stem cells contribute to a tumor, and become familiar with cancer stem cell specific therapies

Lathia - Laboratory Methods Commonly Used in Cancer Research

The purpose of this unit is to become familiar with essential cancer research techniques. The unit will also cover how basic techniques allow for the evaluation of cancer associated behaviors and how new technology is contributing to cancer research.

Dhurandhar - Isolation & Handling of Adipose Tissue Derived Stem Cells - Precautions and Potential Modif

Why Adipose Stem Cells? This unit will cover differentiation and use.

Enrollment Cost

Price: 
$1,900.00 (tax incl.)

Course Specifics


Course Title

Clinical Applications of Stem Cell Research 2

Total Lectures

19

Total Units

18

Total Length

00:00:00