Register now to learn the latest advancements in regenerative medicine research, biotherapeutics and application to clinical care at the Mayo Clinic Symposium on Regenerative Medicine & Surgery. This year's event will be held in person Nov. 4–7 at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix, with options for viewing recorded presentations online and viewing select talks live.
Regenerative medicine is transforming health care by shifting the focus from fighting disease to restoring health. Mayo Clinic's Center for Regenerative Medicine is advancing this innovative field by educating current and future scientists and health care providers. The Mayo Clinic Symposium on Regenerative Medicine & Surgery is an opportunity to learn about this emerging area of health care from experts in regenerative immunotherapies, oncology, dermatology, surgery, cardiovascular medicine, neurosciences, orthopedic medicine and transplant. Conference attendees may earn 15.25 continuing medical education credits.
"Mayo Clinic is known for developing first-of-its-kind curricula in regenerative medicine and surgery for all health care providers and scientists, no matter what stage of their careers," says Richard Hayden, M.D., deputy director of Education, Center for Regenerative Medicine, and course director, Mayo Clinic Symposium on Regenerative Medicine & Surgery. "This conference will present the latest innovations in research and practice. Sharing this knowledge with the current and future work force is essential to integrating promising new regenerative technologies into daily clinical care."
Notable world-renowned experts in regenerative medicine who will speak include:
Watch the symposium registration site for updates on new sessions that will be added to the agenda.
"Mayo Clinic is known for developing first-of-its-kind curricula in regenerative medicine and surgery for all health care providers and scientists, no matter what stage of their careers."
Attendees will have access to keynote presentations, breakout sessions, networking and poster presentations. The symposium is open to specialists and nonspecialists who are interested in regenerative medicine therapies and techniques.
Mayo Clinic is closely monitoring COVID-19 prevalence and may adjust live course attendance limits, as necessitated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, public health and other guidance.
Attendance at any Mayo Clinic course does not indicate or guarantee competence or proficiency in the skills, knowledge or performance of any care or procedure that may be discussed or taught in this course.