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Registration now open for StemCONN 2013 stem cell symposium April 3, 2013 in New Haven, CT
Date:12/4/2012

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Registration is now open for StemCONN 2013.

The full-day scientific symposium, with the theme Realizing the Promise, will take place Wednesday, April 3, in New Haven, CT at the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale. StemCONN 2013 will feature international leaders in stem cell research and biotechnology and provide a forum for education, exploration, and discussion of stem cells and their clinical applications, now and in the future.

To register, and for more details, visit the official website at http://stemconn.org/.

In addition to the scientific symposia, StemCONN will include a poster session at which academic research entities both within and outside of Connecticut are invited to share their work. Poster session deadline: January 20, 2013. See the website for instructions on submitting abstracts.

Featured speakers include: Larry Goldsetin, Ph.D., Professor at University of California San Diego and Director of the UC San Diego Stem Cell Program; Edison Liu, M.D., President and CEO of Jackson Laboratories and President of the Human Genome Organization (HUGO); Jonathan Rothberg, Ph.D., Founder and CEO of five Connecticut  biotechnology and genomic companies (Ion Torrent Systems, RainDance Technologies; Clarifi; 454 Life Sciences; CureGen Corporation); and David T. Scadden, M.D., Director, MGH Center for Regenerative Medicine and Co-Director of Harvard Stem Cell Center.

Sponsorships and exhibitor space are available.

The organizers of StemConn 2013 are CURE (Connecticut United for Research Excellence), the Connecticut Department of Public Health, the University of Connecticut Stem Cell Institute, Wesleyan University, and the Yale Stem Cell Center.

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