TERMIS Americas - Annual Conference & Exposition - Atlanta 2013
Location: Atlanta, GA
Celebrating 25 years of Transformative Science & Engineering
For more information contact
Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience
Georgia Institute of Technology
Nov. 10 2013 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
TERMIS Americas Annual Conference & Exposition
November 10-13, 2013
The TERMIS-AM conference brings together the multidisciplinary community of persons across the world engaged or interested in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, and provides a forum for the exchange of information and ideas to foster collaboration, and promotes education and research within the discipline.
TERMIS-Americas Conference and Expo 2013 offers the industry's most dynamic forum for reporting on new discoveries, sharing data and insights and advancing collaborative efforts. The scientific program design will again feature today's most promising academic research efforts, combined with new developments and discoveries -- all setting the standards for achieving far-reaching impacts our roles in tissue engineering.
Please join us in Atlanta as we celebrate the past and report scientific discovers that will define the future of the tissue engineering and regenerative medicine industry.
"We are thrilled to be hosting the TERMIS-AM 2013 conference in Atlanta. This year's meeting will open with a special plenary session to commemorate 25 years since the first federally-funded tissue engineering meeting and explore the current impact and future promise of our field. Please save the date and we look forward to seeing you all in November!" - TERMIS-AM 2013 Atlanta Conference Chair, the TERMIS-AM Chapter Chair, and the Executive Director Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience - Robert E. Guldberg, PhD
"We are developing an exciting scientific program based upon the fundamental principles, emerging strategies and applications of the latest advances in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. In addition to focusing on the critical issues that broadly impact different tissue and organ systems, the program will include workshops and symposia on clinical and commercial translation. Greater opportunities for trainee participation are also being planned for scientific, networking, and outreach activities." TERMIS-AM 2013 Scientific Program Chair and the Director, Stem Cell Engineering Center at Georgia Tech - Todd C. McDevitt, PhD