Massachusetts General Hospital and The Karolinska Institute
Last Modified: March 16, 2007
Conference Dates: May 22-24
Conference Location: Cambridge Massachusetts
Sponsoring Group: Massachusetts General Hospital and The Karolinska Institute
Conference Web Page URL: www.massgeneral.org/cvrc/meetings_molecular_reg.html
Topics Covered: "Emerging Technologies of Cancer Biology" as well as "Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease in Global Health"
Conference Objectives: The meeting brings together scientists and physicians from both academia and the private sector, whose work is capitalizing on utilizing regenerative medicine to address specific human disease. This symposium will highlight emerging work by leaders in this field, creating new bridges between multiple disciplines.
Who Should Attend: Doctors, Researchers, Clinicians, MD-PhD students, Others interested
Conference Agenda: MGH-KI-Nature Medicine Days of Molecular Medicine: Co-organized by the Cardiovascular Research Center at MGH, the Karolinska Institute and Nature Medicine, this interdisciplinary two and a half day symposium is held every spring, rotating between Boston, Massachusetts and Stockholm, Sweden. The meeting brings together scientists and physicians from both academia and the private sector, whose work is capitalizing on utilizing regenerative medicine to address specific human disease. This symposium will highlight emerging work by leaders in this field, creating new bridges between multiple disciplines. The Days of Molecular Medicine 2007 will be held from May 22nd-24th in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The event, entitled Emerging Technologies of Cancer Biology, will draw hundreds of scientists from around the world. In addition, each Days of Molecular Medicine meeting features a forum, which this year will focus on Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease in Global Health. Furthermore, The Days of Molecular Medicine hosts travel scholarships for MD-PhD students. Students are selected from the highest caliber MD-PhD's programs throughout the world. Each selected student presents a short oral presentation and poster during the symposium on their ongoing work within the context of the meeting.
Registration Information: For Full Registration information please go to the website.
Conference Fees: See registration fees section of website
Continuing Education: No
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