UPDATE: This event was held April 13th, 2017. Not only was the conference sold-out, but many of the speakers have offered to return for future events. There were numerous doctors and nurses in attendance (CME credits were awarded for certain lectures). Many parents were also in the audience. However, many of the most interesting questions came from local students who truly impressed everyone with their knowledge of cord blood stem cells.
Exciting things are happening in Arizona! Get ready for the 2nd Annual Arizona Cord Blood Conference to be held on April 13th, 2017. We are looking forward to hearing from a wide range of speakers who work in the industry and are leading cutting edge research in cellular therapies using cord blood.
For students interested in possible STEM careers, this conference will provide a unique opportunity to learn directly from those in the cord blood industry and discover new opportunities that are emerging thanks to exciting research and current uses for cord blood stem cells.
For health professionals, you will have the opportunity to meet with leading scientists in this field and understand how your practice could immediately have impact or benefit from cord blood collections. As a medical practitioner, you can also earn up to 6 hours CME credits at this free conference.
For hospital administrators and policy makers, this conference will be key to better understanding the current status of the cord blood industry and how we can work together to improve it.
Meet cord blood recipients like Nathan Mumford, Dylan Praskins and Noah Swanson. . .
Meet Nathan and numerous cord blood experts at the. . .
ARIZONA Cord Blood Conference
Thursday, April 13th, 2017
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM MST
Desert Willow Conference Center
4340 East Cotton Center Boulevard
Phoenix, AZ 85040
Exact program details will be announced shortly. Please check this page for updates.
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This event is sponsored by the Arizona Biomedical Research Commission in partnership with the UA College of Medicine-Phoenix, the Arizona Public Cord Blood Program and Save the Cord Foundation.