Akron at ISSCR 2016: Where to Meet Us

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The 2016 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research takes place this coming week in San Francisco. From May 22nd – 25th over 4000 scientists will converge at San Francisco’s Moscone West to present the latest in stem cell research, development, commercialization and related advancements, spread across over 150 talks and 130 exhibit booths.

Like every year, Akron will be attending the meeting, and will be represented via both talks as well as poster sessions.

For one-to-one meeting opportunities, please emails us at info@akronbiotech.com, and we’ll be happy to schedule a one-on-one session to discuss out technologies and solutions for your needs.

Akron will present the latest in our R&D, from encapsulation technologies, novel natural DMSO-free cryopreservation media, 3D scaffold engineering, custom finish/fill solutions, bioassay development and cell therapy media, solutions and proteins (fibronectin, vitronectin, HSA) and GMP-grade cytokines, including our industry-leading immunotherapy portfolio.

For public opportunities to learn about Akron’s technology, please visit us at the following:

 

TALK

1. Wednesday, June 22ND from 9:00-12:00 (Moscone West, Level 2, Room 2004)

ISSCR Industry Committee Focus Session: A Practical Guide to Starting a Company

STARTING YOUR OWN COMPANY: HOW TO, Dr. Claudia Zylberberg

 

POSTERS

2. Friday, June 24 from 6:00 -7:00 PM

Poster Session III Odd

Poster #: F3032: ‘SMART’ SCAFFOLDS FOR IMPROVED TISSUE REGENERATION 

 

2. Friday, June 24 from 7:00 -8:00 PM

Poster Session III Even

Poster #: F3032: NATURALLY-OCCURRING DMSO-FREE CRYOPROTECTANTS TOWARD CLINICALLY EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS: UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF CPA TYPE AND DELIVERY ON DIFFERENT CELL TYPES

Akron’s Claudia Zylberberg named as “Most Influential in Cell Therapy”

Dr. Claudia Zylberberg was named as one of 15 most influential women in cell therapy by Phacilitate. She joins other leaders as Susan Solomon from the New York Stem Cell Foundation and Fiona Watts, director of King’s College’s Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine. We invite you to read the entire report here.

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