SAN ANTONIO, Texas (5/28/2014) — Registration opens today for the 2014 World Stem Cell Summit, December 3-5, in San Antonio, Texas. The Summit is the regenerative medicine community’s best networking event, pulling together a diverse, interdisciplinary mix of experts: researchers, industry leaders, clinicians, hospital administrators, regulators, philanthropists, venture capitalists, economic development officers, journalists, lawyers and patients. This year’s Summit incorporates sophisticated conference partnering technology, so attendees can schedule the face-to-face meetings that lead to international collaborations and, ultimately, will develop translational, B2B, and funding solutions.
More than 200 speakers and panelists will discuss the latest scientific discoveries, business models, translational issues, best practices, investment opportunities and legal and regulatory solutions. 1,500 attendees from 40 nations are expected to attend.
Bernard Siegel, Executive Director of Genetics Policy Institute (GPI) and co-chair of the World Stem Cell Summit said, “In 2014, the Summit is taking conference partnering to the highest level by providing a new state-of-art partnering system by JUJAMA. The more potential partners that meet and the more connections that are made will accelerate the development of the global cures and treatments we are all working for.”
JUJAMA has extensive experience in providing applications and meeting organization in the life sciences, biotechnology and capital market conferences.
Nadia Dailey, JUJAMA CEO, stated “JUJAMA is proud to be working with the World Stem Cell Summit at their 10th anniversary event in San Antonio. Networking is an important component in forging value-added partnerships and we are pleased to be able to help facilitate these important connections. JUJAMA’s event platform and mobile app will make it easy for Summit attendees to identify people they want to meet, ask for a meeting and have it automatically fit into their schedules.” The JUJAMA team will be onsite at the Summit to ensure a seamless experience.
Siegel added, “Our goal is for our attendees to succeed in our field. When our connections grow, we advance the quest for cures.”
The 10th Annual World Stem Cell Summit is organized by Genetics Policy Institute (GPI), The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Mayo Clinic, Kyoto University Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS), and BioBridge Global.
ABOUT WORLD STEM CELL SUMMIT 2014: The World Stem Cell Summit is the flagship meeting of the international stem cell community. The Summit aims to accelerate the discovery and development of lifesaving cures and therapies, bringing global stakeholders together to solve global challenges. The 2014 World Stem Cell Summit will be held December 3-5, 2014, at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter located on the fabulous River Walk in San Antonio, Texas. Register and find sponsorship information at worldstemcellsummit.com. Follow @WSCSummit on Twitter.
ABOUT GENETICS POLICY INSTITUTE: About Genetics Policy Institute (GPI): GPI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation with the mission to promote stem cell research and its application in medicine to develop cures. GPI pursues this mission through production of its flagship annual World Stem Cell Summit, publication of the annual World Stem Cell Report, Stem Cell Action Awards, special projects, speaking engagements, teaching initiatives and strategic collaborations. For more information, visit www.genpol.org.