All encompassing neuroscience online event (Webinar) focused on the development of novel biologics for complex regeneration, disease reversion, translational therapeutic applications of autologous stem cells, and innovative CNS approaches to human brain repair even in brain death scenarios.
Death is defined as the termination of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Brain death, the complete and irreversible loss of brain function (including involuntary activity necessary to sustain life) as defined in the 1968 report of the Ad Hoc Committee of the Harvard Medical School, is the legal definition of human death in most countries around the world. Either directly through trauma, or indirectly through secondary disease indications, brain death is the final pathological state that over 60 million people globally transfer through each year.
While human beings lack substantial regenerative capabilities in the CNS, many non-human species, such as amphibians, planarians, and certain fish, can repair, regenerate and remodel substantial portions of their brain and brain stem even after critical life-threatening trauma.
Additionally, recent studies on complex brain regeneration in these organisms, have highlighted unique findings in relation to the storage of memories following destruction of the entire brain, which may have wide ranging implications for our understanding of consciousness and the stability of memory persistence.
- Over 3 lectures and 7.5 hours of content!
- EXCLUSIVE PROJECT Regenerative Medicine patient cases.
- Learn about the latest Neuroregeneration & Neuroreanimation techniques, devices and application from cutting edge organizations.
- Information packed practical training starting from basics to advanced medical techniques.
- Best suitable for beginners to advanced level users and who learn faster when demonstrated.
- Event content designed by considering current biotechnology scene and the job market.
- Direct communication with presenters after the last session.
- Practical learning experience with project work and examples.