Lifelong Learning – Stem Cells for Bone & Joint Health & Medical Clinical Trials


Available for viewing until APR 24, 2021
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Learn about the latest research and clinical trials in the use of stem cells for improving bone and joint health. The presentation includes an introduction on stem cells, the best candidates for future therapies, the drug development process and stem cell related clinical trials.

Presented by:Nicoletta Ninkovic PhD Candidate with Introduction by Terri May Manager Business Operation – both from the McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health


The McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health at the University of Calgary is a multidisciplinary research institute comprised of basic scientists, orthopedic surgeons, rheumatologists, radiologists, kinesiologists and biomedical engineers, all working together to understand, prevent, diagnose and develop new treatments for bone and joint conditions.

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