UGA to Host Lecture on Cellular Therapies
The University of Georgia Regenerative Bioscience Center will host a lecture by Emory University's Ian Copland. It's part of the center's continuing support in building a stronger regenerative medicine community in Georgia.
Ian Copland will lecture on “Clinical Development and Testing of Cellular Therapies in Georgia.” The seminar will discuss Food and Drug Administration regulations and specific examples that are being used at Emory University.
According to Steven Stice, the Bioscience center’s director, “the lecture will provide an avenue to bring in researchers and students from different scientific disciplines and extend an opportunity for an exchange of ideas.”
The Emory Personalized Immunotherapy Center was established to help foster clinical translation of promising cellular therapies at academic centers in the Southeast.