LIU Brooklyn Hosts First Biobridge International Scientific Conference in the United States
Long Island University will host the first-ever Biobridge International Scientific Conference in the country on Saturday, November 19. The event will take place from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm on the LIU Brooklyn campus at 1 University Plaza.
The conference will focus on the latest research and advances made in regenerative medicine and bring together more than 500 world-class physicians and researchers focusing on orthopedics and sports medicine, skincare and women’s health and prophylactic treatment to prevent postoperative infections.
The event will also announce collaborative research frameworks between Long Island University and RegenLab in the areas of medical devices, precision medicine, regenerative medicine and the development of innovative therapies. LIU and RegenLab’s alliance will advance and accelerate the research priorities of LIU’s Center of Excellence in Life Sciences, recently launched by Dassault Systèmes to address the next challenges in health care.
Long Island University is in the top 7% of research institutions in the United States as designated by the Carnegie Classification. The University’s growing portfolio of high-impact investigations, world-renowned faculty and dynamic partnerships are helping to shape the future of health care and life sciences.
Participants can attend the Biobridge International Scientific Conference at LIU in person or virtually. For further information on the conference and registration, visit: https://www.biobridge-event.com/knowledge/home-2-2/biobridge-usa/.
Founded by RegenLab, the Biobridge Foundation has organized international scientific conferences in prestigious venues including the International Red Cross of Geneva and United Nations Organizations worldwide. Established in Switzerland in 2003, RegenLab has continuously been advancing the science and clinical practice of regenerative medicine and recently established its medical device production and administration facility inside the Brooklyn Army Terminal in New York.
Visitors are also invited to tour the REGENLAB USA BioBAT (140 58th Street in Brooklyn) on Friday, November 18, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.