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Recorded Webinar with Crystal Weaver: Establishing Music Therapy as a Medical Model that Benefits Cancer Patients

Watch the recorded webinar to hear Crystal Weaver, senior music therapist at the Saint Louis University Cancer Center, address the concept of music therapy in the medical model and provide insightful information regarding the benefits of music therapy for individuals diagnosed with fluid cancers throughout the treatment process.


Recorded Presentation: Share the Science Exclusive with Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg at AABB 2017

SHARE THE SCIENCE AT AABB Thanks to those who attended our live event at AABB in San Diego. If you missed it, or would like to rewatch, Dr. Kurtzberg has supplied the audio recording and slides from her presentation, “Novel…


Recorded Webinar with Dr. Roxana Ursea: Clinical Applications of Amniotic Membrane in Ocular Surface Disease

Watch the recorded webinar to hear Dr. Roxana Ursea, clinical associate professor of ophthalmology at the University of Arizona Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, discuss how the amniotic membrane can help heal ocular surface disease, its clinical significance, and data from various clinical applications.


Recorded Webinar with Dr. Kevin Burns: Cord Blood Endothelial Colony Forming Cell-Derived Exosomes in Acute Kidney Injury

Watch the recorded webinar to hear Dr. Kevin Burns, professor of medicine in the Division of Nephrology at the University of Ottawa and senior scientist at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, discuss the clinical significance of acute kidney injury and the rationale for using cellular therapy as potential treatment.


Share the Science with Dr. Omar Aljitawi Promising Strategies to Improve Umbilical Cord Blood Transplant Outcomes

Mediware and Save the Cord Foundation are proud to bring you this exclusive speaker series. Join us and your colleagues as they share their latest research, opinions on industry news, and so much more. We look forward to having you…


Share the Science Webinar with Dr. Timothy Nelson: Strengthening the HLHS Heart Using Umbilical Cord Blood

Mediware and Save the Cord Foundation are proud to bring you this exclusive speaker series to discuss the topics you and your peers are most interested in. Join us as we feature your colleagues to discuss their latest research, opinions on…


“Finding a Matched Donor in the Global Village” – Immuno-genetic Challenges of Tissue Typing

Mediware and Save the Cord Foundation are proud to bring you this exclusive speaker series. Join us and your colleagues as they share their latest research, opinions on industry news, and so much more. We look forward to having you…


“Immune Reconstitution after Stem Cell Transplant” – Challenges and Opportunities

Recorded: Thursday, February 23rd Share the Science Series Watch this webinar to hear Dr. Miguel-Angel Perales, M.D., discuss the factors influencing immune recovery post allogeneic HCT, the clinical consequences of delayed immune recovery post allogeneic HCT, and the potential strategies…


Share the Science Webinar with Dr. Moshe Israeli: Finding a Matched Donor in the Global Village

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Share the Science Register for this webinar to hear Dr. Moshe Israeli, director of the tissue typing laboratory at Rabin Medical Center in Israel, discuss the fascinating clinical world of immunogenetics. During this hour-long event, Dr.…


Recorded Webinar with Dr. Charles S. Cox Jr.: Cellular Therapies for Neurological Injury

Register for the webinar to hear Dr. Charles S. Cox Jr., who is a professor of pediatric surgery and the George and Cynthia Mitchell Distinguished Chair in Neuroscience as well as the director of the Pediatric Surgical Translational Laboratories and Pediatric Program in Regenerative Medicine at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, discuss various stem and progenitor cellular therapies as potential treatments for neurological injuries, the differences between these many cell types, preclinical and early clinical trials occurring in the field, and future outlooks.