104-706 TechnoparkSsangyong, Korea – Stem Cell Training, a full-service stem cells research organization acting as a subsidiary to Stem Cells Group, an international Regenerative Medicinal institution committed to spreading access and information on stem cells research, this week announced they will be hosting a comprehensive, one-week course in Korea for anyone interested in achieving a Diploma in Cell Therapy and Tissue Engineering.
For those that complete the one-week course, they will receive certification by the Global Stem Cells Group, N-Biotek, and the President of the University of Westminster Graduate. Students will observe live hands-on surgeries and experiences with patients from the perspective of the participating faculty.
“The aim of this course is to prepare medical professionals with a high academic level in stem cell research within the laboratory and their translational focus at the practice level,” said Dr. Daeyong Kim Program Facilitator and Organizer. “Methods of Application of cell therapies in the different medical specialties will be taught and observed to all participating students.”
There will be four, highly experienced and accomplished teachers participating in the March program: Daeyong Kim, Ph.D., an internationally recognized medical educator and CEO of N-Biotek; Dr. Nang Lae Kim, MD, expert in degenerative disroders and the application of therapies with autologous stem cells; Sungkook Park, MD, specialist in regenerative medicine at N-Biotek and Head of laboratories; and Byungsoo Cho, MD, member of the University of Westminster where he works as a specialist in biotechnology.
“All students will walk away from the course knowing cell culture, including plating, trypanning, harvesting, and cryopreservation,” said Dr Daeyong Kim “This one-week course, to take place from March 11 to the 18, is not one prospective doctors and researchers are going to want to miss.”
For more information, or to sign up today, visit: http://stemcellsacademy.com
Contact: Mr Benito Novas
Phone: 305 560 5337