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Webinar: The renaissance of public cord blood banks

The future of cord blood in stem cell transplants and non-homologous use

Explore the latest breakthroughs that will increase cord blood use in the future
Wednesday, April 28 at 4 pm ET / 1 pm PT
(Thursday, April 29 at 8 am AEDT)

This webinar originally scheduled for April 14 was rescheduled due to technical difficulties.

Cord blood remains an important source for haematopoietic stem cell transplants (HSCT), especially as we continue to navigate the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Yet HSTCs may be just the tip of the iceberg of the role cord blood will play in future cell therapies.

Join Dr. Ngaire Elwood as she shares her research and examines exciting new developments in cord blood banking. You will see the potential for cord blood banks to:

  • Assist transplant centers in the selection and use of cord blood for HSCT
  • Support increased use of cord blood for non-HSCT treatments
  • Create clinical-grade induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSCs) from banked cord blood for potential regenerative therapies

The expanded use of cord blood will create new opportunities and a “renaissance” for public cord banks. Register now to learn more about how new research into cord blood is adding to the potential of cell therapy.

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About Share the Science

Share the Science is a free webinar series designed to bring you powerful presentations by the top experts in cellular therapy. Generously supported by WellSky and Save the Cord Foundation, Share the Science webinars connect you to the world's most innovative and influential scientists, clinical researchers, and experts as they highlight the latest breakthroughs and most promising developments in cellular therapy.

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Ngaire Elwood, PhD
Presenter: Ngaire Elwood, PhD
Associate Professor, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

Dr. Elwood is head of the Cord Blood Stem Cell Research Program at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute as well as director of Melbourne’s public cord blood bank. Her research includes exploring the different types of stem cells that are in cord blood, investigating the use of cord blood in heart repair and the treatment of cerebral palsy, and improving the use of cord blood in bone marrow transplants for treating blood cancers and other diseases. Dr. Elwood and her team are also doing research towards establishing a different type of stem cell bank that produces induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) derived from cord blood.

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