Skin Regeneration Symposium 2015

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“Where patient centric regeneration meets clinician driven collaboration”

 

The 2015 Skin Regeneration Symposium took place from April 14th – 15th in Cambridge, UK. The event was attended by over 80 clinicians from all over the world of various specialities. The unifying element of all attendees was their interest in regenerative medicine. The symposium provided a forum for active debate, exchange of practices and ideas on how the Regenerative Epithelial Suspension (RESTM) produced using ReCell® could be used to improve clinical outcomes for a range of indications.

The symposium, held at Cambridge University, took the form of a number of key note speakers, presentations and panel discussions. The key note speakers, presentations and panel discussions were focused around three main clinical indications: Chronic Wounds, Burns and Plastic/Reconstructive – Avita Hosts International Skin Regeneration Symposium.

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There were also a number of live demonstrations of ReCell and a wide range of Posters for viewing in between sessions:

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On the evening of the first day a drinks reception and Gala dinner was held at Jesus College Cambridge for all attendees:

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To close the event two awards were presented. The award for Passion went to Professor Dr Matthias Aust and was presented by Professor Dr Fiona Wood – SRS Innovation Award. The award for Innovation was won by Professor Jiayuan Zhu and was presented by Avita Medical CEO Adam Kelliher – SRS Passion Award.

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The event was widely reported by many who attended to be of real value. The feedback given was that through collaboration there was an increased understanding of how regenerative medicine can translate into practices which enhance the current standard of care across a number of indications.

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