Why Regenerative Medicine Training is so Important in the Medical World

Aug 15 10:15 2017 Jordyn Whitman Print This Article

Regenerative medicine training workshops are highly interactive accredited hands-on training and education forums covering the latest scientific findings and medical applications in regenerative medicine. These courses are taught by leading industry scientists, physicians, and technology providers in a variety of techniques and medical fields.

A stem cell training course combines a foundation of training with didactic presentations complete with research,Guest Posting protocols and outcomes. Our courses combine interactive hands-on, small group discussions, and direct faculty interaction with the ultimate goal of providing an opportunity for the exchange of new scientific principles and their applications in regenerative medicine.

Boston BioLife is an organization that provides cutting edge workshops that specialize in educational programs in the life sciences technologies for physicians and scientists interested in learning regenerative medicine. Our mission is to offer a “boutique style” forum, in which, we facilitate the understanding of emerging life sciences technologies by scientists and healthcare providers in a position to make an impact in people’s lives. Boston BioLife is proud to introduce companies and innovations that may not otherwise be recognized, provide scientific studies, and background information that ensures validation.

We are currently offering courses and hands-on training & education in regenerative medicine for the clinical applications of musculoskeletal, wound care, and spine care therapies.

Boston BioLife’s Primary Focus is Translating Science into Medicine

Bringing the Medical Professional and the Scientist together

Creating a forum for the exchange of ideas

Educating the medical community of the recent advancements in Life Sciences

Facilitating an informative environment with innovative medical techniques with the hope that it will ultimately enhance patient care and outcomes

An example course is as follows:

7:00 AM  -  8:00 AM       

Registration/Breakfast

 

8:00 AM  -  1:00 PM       

CME Lecture Series

CME LECTURE SERIES TO BE COMPLETED OVER 2-DAYS

 

Intradiscal Biologics & Fibrin

Clinical Applications & Research Landscape of Stem Cell Therapy

Cellular Anatomy of Regenerative Medicine

Fundamentals of Implementing Regenerative Medicine in your Pain Practice

Musculoskeletal (MSK) Regenerative Medicine Research & Historical Perspective

Adipose Derived Regenerative Medicine

Computerized Radiographic Measurement Analysis (CRMA)

Biochemistry of Alpha2 Macroglobulin (A2M)

Comprehensive Approach to Regeneration of Injured Skeletal Muscles via Delivery of Growth Factors & Progenitor Cells

3D Targeting Analytics for BMAC Harvesting

How to start and/or implement regenerative medicine into your practice

 

1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM        

Lunch

*Lunch and breaks included on both days – Times and agenda subject to change. For all travel plans: Please plan on course completion at 4:45 on Day 2

 

2:30 PM  -  6:30 PM        

CME Break-out Stations

WORKSTATIONS 1-8 TO BE COMPLETED OVER 2-DAYS

 

You will participate in 4 workstations on day 1 AND 4 workstations on day 2 (all workstations will remain the same on both days). There will be time during and after for questions and answers.

Intradiscal Biologics & Fibrin

  • Stem Cells • Growth Factors & Cytokines • Fibrin

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

  • Anatomy • Composition • Processing

Bone Marrow Acquisition Techniques with Cadaver

  • Anatomy • Composition • Harvesting Techniques

Stem Cell Basics

  • Biochemical Composition, Amniotic Fluid • Stem Cells • Growth Factors & Cytokines

Lipo Aspiration Techniques with Cadaver

  • Clinical Techniques • Acquisition & Processing • Equipment

Fluoroscopic Interventional Biologics for Pain Management with Cadaver

  • Joints • Discs • Fibrin & Other Biologics

Bone Marrow Aspiration Imaging Technologies

  • Imaging • Targeting • Bone Marrow Acquisitions

Live Patient MSK Joint Imaging & Anatomy Using Ultrasonography

  • Shoulders, Knees, Elbows, Ankles with a Live Patient

Laboratory Fundamentals for Regenerative Medicine

  • Protocol Development • Sample Preparation • GMP

Alpha 2 Macroglobulin*

  • Acquisition • Processing • Concentration

*Alpha-2-macroglobulin (A2M) is a powerful inhibitor of cartilage catabolic factors and stops the progression of Osteoarthritis (OA) by preventing cartilage breakdown and preventing cartilage loss.

 

Sunday, November 19, 2017 

7:00 AM  -  8:00 AM       

Breakfast

 

8:00 AM  -  11:45 AM    

CME Lecture Series

 

11:45 AM  -  4:45 PM     

CME Break-out Stations

 

1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM        

Lunch

*Lunch and breaks included on both days – Times and agenda subject to change. For all travel plans: Please plan on course completion at 4:45 on Day 2.

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Jordyn Whitman
Jordyn Whitman

Stem cell training for doctors is important to progress in science and medicine. From there, doctors can directly apply the latest science to their patients.

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