Save the Cord Foundation and WellSky are proud to welcome Dr. Ngaire Elwood, as our featured speaker for our next edition of Share the Science on May 3rd, 2021 4pm EDT (April 29th, 6am AEDT). Join us to hear Dr. Elwood discuss the renaissance of public cord blood banks. In particular, Dr. Elwood will highlight several of the new developments in cord blood banking which promise to increase cord blood usage in the future.
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.
Increase cord blood usage
During this exciting webinar, Dr. Ngaire Elwood will introduce us to the many recent breakthroughs in cord blood banking that will lead to the potential increased usage of cord blood units in the future. Discover the true potential of cord blood and public cord blood banks. Cord blood remains an important source for haematopoietic stem cell transplants (HSCT), especially as we continue to navigate the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Yet HSTCs may be just the tip of the iceberg of the role cord blood will play in future cell therapies.
Join Dr. Ngaire Elwood as she shares her research and discusses how to:
The expanded use of cord blood will create new opportunities and a “renaissance” for public cord banks.
Register now to watch the recording and learn how new research into cord blood is adding to the potential of cell therapy.
SHARE THE SCIENCE
Ngaire Elwood, PhD
Associate Professor, Murdoch Children's Research Institute - Director of the BMDI Cord Blood Bank
"The Renaissance of Public Cord Blood Banks"
Free webinar. Open to the public.
Thursday, May 3rd at 4 pm EDT / 1 pm PT
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About the speaker
We wish to thank Dr. Ngaire Elwood for volunteering her time to speak on
Share the Science and sharing her valuable insight
on public cord blood banks.
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.