Save the Cord Foundation and WellSky are proud to welcome Dr. Lloyd Rose of US Army Medical Material Development Activity, as our featured speaker for our next edition of Share the Science on October 22nd, 2020. Join us to hear Dr. Rose present his research regarding regenerative stem cell therapies and how the US Department of Defense is harnessing this research to help injured soldiers. Register now for the free webinar.
Share the Science is a free webinar series focused on the cord blood industry and the latest research in this field. As always, we invite both health professionals and the general public to join us for this unique online educational series. Learn more about this exciting educational series here.
Department of Defense Harnessing Stem Cell Therapies
The last two decades have seen great improvement in our ability to keep traumatically injured soldiers alive from wounds that previously would have proven fatal. However, the result has been an increase in severe functional deficits due to loss of tissue and limbs.
Harnessing stem cell therapies to regenerate lost or damaged tissue holds out hope for restoring our Wounded Warriors to full functionality and improving their quality of life.
Register now to discover some of the extraordinary work the DoD is doing in cell therapy and regenerative medicine to address traumatic injuries, especially those suffered by Military personnel.
SHARE THE SCIENCE
Lloyd Rose, PhD
Regenerative Medicine Portfolio Manager, Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine Research Program
US Army Medical Material Development Activity
"Stem Cell Therapies for the Wounded Warrior"
Free webinar. Open to the public.
Thursday, October 22nd - 2pm Eastern Time/ 11am Pacific Time
About the speaker
We wish to thank Dr. Lloyd Rose for volunteering his time to speak on
Share the Science and sharing his valuable insight
on regenerative stem cell therapies for injured soldiers.
We also wish to also thank our generous sponsor and partner for this event,
WellSky Health, who continue to support cord blood
education through our “Share the Science” series.
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