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NIH hosts Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine Symposium Oct. 4-5
Date:9/30/2011

Stem Cells for Cardiac Repair and Regeneration, Antonis Hatzopoulos, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.: The presentation will discuss an example of stem cell therapy's promise: helping humans grow new heart muscle tissue to help recover from heart attacks.
  • Stem Cell Approaches To Understand Lung Injury Repair and Lung Cancers, Carla Kim, Ph.D., Children's Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School: Dr. Kim will present her laboratory's research on the role of adult stem cells in the repair of lung injuries.

    Members of the media who would like more information about the symposium or would like to register for this event should contact the NHLBI Office of Communications at 301-496-4236 or nhlbinews_news@nhlbi.nih.gov.


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