International Symposium on αβ T-Cell/CD19 B-Cell Depleted Haploidentical HSCT
October 19-20, 2021
3rd Biennial 22q11 Deletion Syndrome Virtual Symposium
November 10, 2021
SAVE THE DATE: March 24, 2022
Center for Definitive and Curative Medicine 6th Annual Symposium
More details coming soon!
VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM: 2/25/21
CDCM 5th Annual Symposium
March 3, 2020
4th Annual Center for Definitive and Curative Medicine (CDCM) Symposium
Learn about new cell, gene, and regenerative medicine discoveries, pre-clinical development and clinical trials of curative medicines and challenges in bringing these cures to market at this one-day conference for clinicians, basic scientists, patient advocates, translational investigators and biotech and pharmaceutical experts.
February 27, 2018
2nd Annual Center for Definitive and Curative Medicine (CDCM) Symposium
The newly-launched CDCM is a joint initiative of the Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health. The Center provides the organizational and physical infrastructure to support investigator-initiated clinical translational studies on stem cell and gene therapy from initial discovery through completion of clinical proof-of-concept studies. This year's symposium is sponsored by Child Health Research Institute (CHRI) and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital (LPCH). The CDCM is co-directed by Drs. Maria Grazia Roncarolo, Anthony Oro, and Matthew Porteus.
February 26, 2021 CDCM 5th Annual Symposium Save the Date: 2/25/21
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October 3, 2019
This scientific conference will bring together clinicians, basic scientists, and translational investigators to discuss the process of how discoveries in the laboratory are translated to clinical trials. Our 2017 symposium attracted over 175 attendees for the one day conference.
The 2019 Symposium will be comprised of these sessions:
1. Genetics and Molecular Mechanisms of 22q11
2. Phenotype of 22q11
3. Bench to Bedside: Brain and Behavior
4. Disease Modeling and Therapy