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Regenerative Medicine Appoints Cell Therapy Group Consultant to Editorial Board
Date:8/27/2008

Cell therapy industry consultant Lee Buckler appointed to Regenerative Medicine editorial board.

Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) August 27, 2008 -- The Cell Therapy Group (www.celltherapygroup.com) announced today the appointment of its principle consultant, R. Lee Buckler, to the Editorial Board of the journal Regenerative Medicine.

Published by Future Medicine, Regenerative Medicine has become a premier journal for a fast growing community of specialists addressing the important challenges and advances in the commercializing of cell therapy research and regenerative medicine.

Under the aegis of Dr. Chris Mason who heads the Regenerative Medicine Bioprocess Group in the Advanced Centre for Biochemical Engineering at University College London (UCL), the journal features an editorial board of over 70 leading international experts drawn from the leading forces in industry and academia.

Mr. Buckler has served many capacities in the regenerative medicine sector to-date including Executive Director of the International Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT), Operations Manager of Malachite Management, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Cell Therapy News, business development and marketing communications at Progenitor Cell Therapy and DomaniCell, and communications at Amorcyte, Inc. Lee also served on the Editorial Advisory Board of BioProcess International. Lee heads business and commercial consulting services at the Cell Therapy Group and also blogs at http://www.celltherapyblog.com [CellTherapyBlog.com __title__ Cell Therapy Blog].

"I am pleased to have an opportunity to contribute in this way," says Lee, "to an industry poised - I believe in the short term - to bring significant, new therapeutic and
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