|The 9th New Jersey Symposium on Biomaterials Science and Regenerative Medicine |
Chemistry and Chemical Biology
|October 29-31, 2008 Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Brunswick, NJ |
This year's program showcases some of the most advanced research from speakers who are national leaders in the field:
Hear from C. Everett Koop, MD, former US Surgeon General, who will be guest speaker at the October 30 dinner.
Interact and network with over 70 speakers who are leaders in the areas of drug delivery, regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, and biomaterials science.
Hear from speakers with military experience and civilian experts who will describe the magnitude and complexity of the challenges presented by the acute trauma they are seeing among today's service members. Speakers will present novel ideas for adapting some of the therapies for limbs and face to potential “wound dressings for brain”.
Be presented with a variety of new methods to facilitate discovery of polymeric biomaterials. Core scientists will provide a highly condensed “short-course” in the combinatorial-computational method that is being developed at Rutgers within the NIH biomedical technology resource program, RESBIO. The enabling role of biomaterials technologies in regenerative medicine will be addressed.
Take advantage of the early-bird rate and register now for what may prove to be this year's premiere event in biomaterials science and regenerative medicine.
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