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IBC’s 4th Annual Cell Therapy Bioprocessing

September 15-16, 2014, Arlington, VA


IBC's Cell Therapy Bioprocessing conference has already built a reputation for providing a first-rate faculty of participants who collectively share perspectives and lessons learned from detailed case studies to help you overcome the challenges, develop the strategies and implement the technologies to propel this field towards commercial sustainability. In 2013, IBC will continue to serve as a bridge to help companies move their cell therapies from laboratory to commercial scale. This event is committed to establishing cell therapies as a viable and profitable industry.


CCRM members can save 20% off the standard rate when you mention savings code B14188CCRM. Register online at


2014 Till & McCulloch Meetings

The Till & McCulloch Meetings are Canada’s premier stem cell research event. As the only conference of its kind in Canada, the Till & McCulloch Meetings provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and research among Canada’s leading stem cell scientists, clinicians, bioengineers and ethicists, as well as representatives from industry, government, health and NGO sectors from around the world. The Stem Cell Network and the Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine are pleased to be co-hosting the 2014 Meetings in Ottawa, Ontario. Register here:


Cellular Therapies Manufacturing and Clinical Trials in Canada

This is an annual workshop that CCRM offers that features international guest speakers and "hands on" time with a bioreactor. The workshop dates and location may change yearly. Please visit the Workshops page for more details.


Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (HiPSC) Workshop

CCRM's Cell Reprogramming and Engineering Platform staff leads an interactive, instructional workshop that will enhance your knowledge of reprogramming. The workshop dates and location may change yearly. Please visit the Workshops page for more details.


CCRM Pub Primers

Pub Primers will feature a short presentation on key topics by members of our Industry Consortium. Pub Primers will follow OSCI Stem Cell Rounds and lead into CCRM Pub Night. It's the perfect opportunity to learn more about the commercialization process and network with fellow scientists and members of the regenerative medicine industry. Stay tuned for info on our next pub primer.


For more information on any of these events, please contact