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Cellular Biomedicine Group President Presents Keynote Address at New York Stem Cell Summit
Date:2/22/2013

NEW YORK, Feb. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr Wei William Cao, PhD, BM, President of Cellular Biomedicine Group presented a keynote address at the 8th annual New York Stem Cell Summit on February 19, 2013. Dr Cao discussed the current government regulations and support of cellular medicine research and development in China.

The New York Stem Cell Summit featured more than 30 of the world's leaders in the stem cell industry, bringing the future of this dynamic industry to life for investors, industry, practitioners, and analysts. The presentations and networking provided insight into investment opportunities in the stem cell marketplace, groundbreaking stem cell products that physicians use today, and the growing market potential.

Dr Cao served as Technical Manager for Bayer Diagnostics Asia Pacific region, General Manager of GenoMultix Ltd., President of Wuxi New District Hospital, and China General Manager of Affymetrix, a world leader in genetic analysis industry. Dr Cao has extensive research experience in immunopharmacology at Harvard Medical School and Stanford Medical School.  He holds a Guest Professorship at the Department of Histology and Embryology of Fudan University Medical School, Shanghai China. Dr Cao earned a Bachelor's degree in Medicine from Fudan University Medical School, Shanghai China, and PhD degree in immunopharmacology from Medical College of Virginia, Richmond Virginia. He is an inventor of 24 patents in the field of genetic analysis and stem cell technology, especially adipose derived stem cell preparation and its disease treatment applications.

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Cellular Biomedicine Group, Ltd. develops proprietary cell therapies for the treatment of certain degenerative diseases. Our developmental stem cell, progenitor cell, and immune cell projects
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