The 3 day Delhi Stem Cell Congress begins on May 12
It is billed as a landmark international conference on regenerative medicine as stem cells’ role in anti ageing is being increasingly recognized the world over. Rejuvenation is the new buzzword in therapeutic and fitness healthcare. The two day International Regenerative Medicine conclave under the aegis of Anti-Ageing Foundation, India will unravel the immense power of stem cells in making people become and look much younger than the biological age.
A galaxy of eminent scientists from India and various parts of the world are coming to participate in the one of its kind of stem cell congress. A number of workshops will be unveiled during conclave. Live ones on Regenerative, Aesthetic and functional and reproductive medicine will be icing on the cake.
Talking to Medicare News, Dr. Prabhu Mishra, an ace stem cell therapist, CEO of StemGenn Therapeutics and organizer of the conclave, says, ‘ International Regenerative Medicine Conclave is being held in Indian Habitat Centre under joint collaboration of Indian Stem Cell Study Group & Cosmo stem. Main agenda of the conclave includes advances in regenerative medicine, Aesthetic Medicine, Cosmetic Gynaecology, Infertility, anti ageing and Wellness.’
Founder of Anti Ageing Foundation, Dr. Parabhu says, ‘ Given the retrospection of the last decade of development in the field of Stem cells and the science of rejuvenation, we all find ourselves drawn towards the epicentre of innovation and a rapidly changing paradigm shift in the biology of development. It is the best possible time to explore the field as it has been propelled by 2012 Nobel prize gone to stem cell scientist.’
The theme of the meeting is “Stem cells- Innovation-rejuvenation and regulation”. A host of other eminent speakers of national and international repute have confirmed participation for the meeting. As the field of Stem cells and functional medicine is growing at a rapid pace, the conclave aims to disseminate the cutting edge information to the clinicians , scientists and students and therefore it is the first academic centric congress to be held in India.