NIST to Host Third Annual Maryland Stem Cell Research Symposium

On Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010, the National Institute of Standards
and Technology (NIST) will host the Third Annual Maryland Stem Cell
Research Symposium at NIST’s main campus in Gaithersburg, Md. Sponsored
by the Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission in partnership with the
National Institutes of Health and NIST, the symposium, “Facilitating
State and National Collaboration to Advance Groundbreaking Life Science
Research,” will feature research supported by the Maryland Stem Cell
Research Fund (MSCRF) and federal agencies in the state of Maryland.

Registration for the full-day event is open for one more day at www.nist.gov/cstl/maryland_stem_cell_research_symposium.cfm.
The cost to attend is $100 per person. Advanced media credentialing is
required for reporters wishing to cover the event. For more information
or to request a media pass, please contact Kathleen Shaffer at (410)
902-5053, kshaffer@mghus.com.

The agenda includes presentations and poster sessions by researchers
who have been awarded MSCRF grants over the past four years and
federally funded researchers. Four sessions will cover the topics of
hematopoietic and mesenchymal stem cells, induced pluripotent stem
cells, stem cells and neurodegenerative diseases, and clinical trials
with stem cells.

For a full list of presentations, speakers and a detailed agenda, visit www.mscrf.org.

Media Contact: Mark Esser, mark.esser@nist.gov, 301-975-8734

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NIST to Host Third Annual Maryland Stem Cell Research Symposium

On Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010, the National Institute of Standards
and Technology (NIST) will host the Third Annual Maryland Stem Cell
Research Symposium at NIST’s main campus in Gaithersburg, Md. Sponsored
by the Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission in partnership with the
National Institutes of Health and NIST, the symposium, “Facilitating
State and National Collaboration to Advance Groundbreaking Life Science
Research,” will feature research supported by the Maryland Stem Cell
Research Fund (MSCRF) and federal agencies in the state of Maryland.

Registration for the full-day event is open for one more day at www.nist.gov/cstl/maryland_stem_cell_research_symposium.cfm.
The cost to attend is $100 per person. Advanced media credentialing is
required for reporters wishing to cover the event. For more information
or to request a media pass, please contact Kathleen Shaffer at (410)
902-5053, kshaffer@mghus.com.

The agenda includes presentations and poster sessions by researchers
who have been awarded MSCRF grants over the past four years and
federally funded researchers. Four sessions will cover the topics of
hematopoietic and mesenchymal stem cells, induced pluripotent stem
cells, stem cells and neurodegenerative diseases, and clinical trials
with stem cells.

For a full list of presentations, speakers and a detailed agenda, visit www.mscrf.org.

Media Contact: Mark Esser, mark.esser@nist.gov, 301-975-8734

About Michael Baum

Reformed perl hacker. Ex-lyricist for Plasticine.
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