Stem Cells and Organoids as Models of Tissue Differentiation and Disease

A one-day symposium hosted by Bio-Techne

Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Royal College of Physicians, London, UK | 12th January 2016

Stem Cells and Organoids as Models of Tissue Differentiation an Disease

Stem cells exhibit the remarkable capacity to differentiate into all cell types of the body. The integration of a vast array of environmental cues and signal transduction events orchestrates these processes. The use of stem cell populations and organoids in regenerative medicine and toxicology screening is proving crucial to the development of new therapies for cancer treatment. This symposium brings together world leading researchers in the field of stem cells at the prestigious Royal College of Physicians

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