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GIOSTAR – Invitation Letter for Speaker of Stem Cells in Therapy (WCBME-2017), Xi’an, China

World Congress of Biomedical Engineering-2017

Theme:Co-creating a New Future of Biomedicine

Time:November 9-11, 2017 Place: Xi’an, China

Dear Dr. Anand Srivastava,

We are proud to announce that The World Congress of Biomedical Engineering-2017 (WCBME-2017) with a theme of “Co-creating a New Future of Biomedicine”, will be held during 9 to 11 November, 2017, Xi’an, China. On behalf of the organizing committee, we cordially welcome you to be the Speaker at Session 6-4: Stem Cells in Therapy. We believe that your participation will definitely highlight our event!

If the suggested thematic session is not your current focused core, you may look through the whole sessions and transfer another one that fit your interest (more info about the program is available at http://www.bitcongress.com/wcbme2017/programlayout.asp

BIT’s 1st World Congress of Biomedical Engineering-2017 …

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BIT’s 1 st World Congress of . Bio medical Engineering 2017. Time: November 9-11, 2017 Place: Xi’an, China . Chapter 1: Main Conference

WCBME-2017 features a very strong technical program, mainly focused on: Biom echanics and Mechanobiology, Biomedical Imaging, Biomaterials, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Cell and Tissue Engineering, Nanomedicine, Biomedical Optics, and cutting-edge Biomedical Instrumentation and Devices. It aims to provide a platform for all experts from academia, industry and national labs to discuss latest hot researches and achievements. Attendees will hear world-class speakers discussing the challenges and opportunities facing the biomedical engineering field. The business & academic experts who are from home and abroad will give excellent speeches.

In addition to the dynamic scientific program, you will benefit from the wonderful experience in Xi’an, China. Xi’an is the oldest of the Four Great Ancient Capitals, having held the position under several of the most important dynasties in Chinese history. We hope you will enjoy your stay in this beautiful city with all its feature, beauty, architecture and hospitality!

PS: We expect your precious comments or suggestions on the structure of our program, as well as your reference to other speakers that will be highly appreciated. We look forward to receiving your replies on the following questions:

  1. Do you have any suggestions about our program?
  2. What topic would you like to talk about at the conference? Could you please forward us a speech title and a brief introduction to your topic?

For more information, please visit the conference website http://www.bitcongress.com/wcbme2017/default.asp

We look forward to seeing you in Xi’an in 2017 for this influential event!

Sincerely yours,

Ms. Joyce Tan

Program Coordinator

Organizing Committee of WCBME2017
Add: East Wing, F11, Building 1,
Dalian Ascendas IT Park, 1 Hui Xian Yuan,
Dalian Hi-tech Industrial Zone,
Tel: 0086-411-84575260
Fax:0086-411-84799629

GIOSTAR – Editorial Board Invitation: Annals of Stem Cell Research & Therapy

Dear Dr. Anand S Srivastava,

Greetings for the day

This is a formal invitation to join us as an editorial board member for the Annals of Stem cell Research and Therapy.

Annals of Stem cell Research and Therapy is an open access, peer reviewed scholarly journal consider articles on Stem cell, Stem cell therapy, Stem  cell biology and more.

Looking at your renowned and excellent scientific profile in the field of Stem cell therapy, we are pleased to invite you to join our network of professional researchers as an editorial board member. It would be an honor and a wonderful opportunity to work with you.

To confirm your willingness to be a part of the Editorial Board for the journal, kindly send a copy of your latest C.V. and research interest keywords.

We are looking forward for a positive reply.

Best Regards,

Olivier T. Catrina
Editorial Manager
Remedy Publications LLC
820 EL Camino Real
Belmont, CA 94002, USA
Tel: +1-415-690-1011
Web: www.remedypublications.com

GIOSTAR – Appreciation and Certificate to reviewer for reviewing -“British journal of Medicine and Medical Research .”

 

Dear Dr. Anand Srivastava,

Thank you for your help and support to maintain the high peer review standard of this journal. Kindly find herewith the certificate of reviewing. We again thank you for your great help.

One line of acknowledgement will be highly appreciable.

With regards,
Dr. Basu
SCIENCEDOMAIN international
www.sciencedomain.org

Dr. Annad SDI Reviewer Certificate

A research team at Sahlgrenska Academy in Sweden has managed to create cartilage tissue from stem cells using a 3D printer. The fact that stem cells survived the printing is seen as a major success in itself and could potentially serve as an important step in the quest to 3D-print body parts.

The research, which took three years to complete, was carried out in collaboration with the Chalmers University of Technology, which is recognized for its expertise in 3D-printing biological materials, as well as researchers of orthopedics at Kungsbacka Hospital, a joint statement said.

The research team used cartilage cells taken from humans in connection with knee surgery. Subsequently, the cells were reversed in their development under lab conditions to become so-called pluripotent stem cells, which are cells that have the potential to develop into any kind of cells. Later, they were enclosed in a structure of nanocellulose using a 3D printer. After printing, the cells were treated with growth factors to form cartilage.

The research, which took three years to complete, was carried out in collaboration with the Chalmers University of Technology, which is recognized for its expertise in 3D-printing biological materials, as well as researchers of orthopedics at Kungsbacka Hospital, a joint statement said.

The research team used cartilage cells taken from humans in connection with knee surgery. Subsequently, the cells were reversed in their development under lab conditions to become so-called pluripotent stem cells, which are cells that have the potential to develop into any kind of cells. Later, they were enclosed in a structure of nanocellulose using a 3D printer. After printing, the cells were treated with growth factors to form cartilage.

“The differentiation of stem cells into cartilage works easily in nature, but is significantly more difficult to perform in test tubes. We are the first to succeed in it,” associate professor of cell biology Stina Simonsson said, as quoted by the Swedish newspaper Hällekis Kuriren, venturing that the key to succeeding was tricking the cells into “believing” they were not alone.

Earlier this year, human cartilage cells were successfully implanted in six-week-old baby mice. Once implanted, the tissue began to grow and proliferate inside the animal, eventually vascularizing and growing with blood vessels.

The end product, which was developed using a Cellink 3D bio-printer, was found to be very similar to human cartilage. Experienced surgeons argued that printed cartilage looked “no different” from that found in patients.

On top of being a major technological achievement, the study represents a major step forward for the artificial creation of human tissue. In the not-too-distant future, 3D printers could be used for repairing cartilage damage or as a treatment for osteoarthritis, which causes the degeneration of joints. The latter is a very common condition, affecting one in four Swedes aged 45 and over.

At present, however, the structure of cellulose used in printed cartilage was ruled “not optimal” for the human body and needs to be fine-tuned before actually benefitting patients.

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