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Aug 06, 2014 at 12:17 PM
The 5th Royan International Summer School on Stem Cells and Developmental Biology for Regenerative Medicine was held on August 2nd to 7th, 2014 at Royan Institute. The main purposes of this summer school included teaching developmental biology and stem cells, introducing international new scientific topics and techniques, and providing a friendly scientific environment for free discussions among all biology and medicine students attended.

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More than 320 undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students made use of the scientific sessions in which the following main topics were taught and discussed: ploripotent stem cells and reprogramming, cancer stem cells and planaria as a model for studying developmental biology.
This six-day theoretical-practical summer school was provided in Persian language on first, fifth and sixth days and English on the second, third and fourth days. A number of Royan researchers and three international professors from Germany, Spain and Belgium preceded the scientific debates.
Each day the lectures were succeeded by the following workshops from 14:00 to 17:00; Embryology, cancer stem cell, reprogramming, cloning and planaria.
This program was organized by Dr S Kiani as scientific manager, L Daliri and R Moghiminasr as the executive secretaries and their colleagues in Royan Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Technology.
 

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