January 24, 2008
Stem Cell Campus Laboratory Meeting
University of Wisconsin
Stem Cell Training Program
1360 Genetics-Biotechnolgy Center
Bernard Siegel will deliver a talk entitled “Stem Cell Advocacy 2.0” for the Center’s lecture series. Noon-1:00 P.M.
February 6, 2008
Institutional Landscape in Stem Cell Research Problems and Solutions
Mission Bay Conference Center
University of California- San Francisco
The workshop will explore the problems being confronted in the conduct of stem cell research and development in California and beyond to explore integrated solutions. Bernard Siegel will participate in panel discussion with Jeff Sheehy Member, Independent Citizens Oversight Committee; Hector Preciado Health Policy Director, The Greenlining Institute and Michael West, Ph.D.CEO, BioTime, Inc.
February 11-12, 2008
Stem Cells World Congress
Palm Springs, California
Bernard Siegel will provide the keynote address “New Policy Challenges in the Age of Reprogramming” at a meeting for leading researchers. For more information please www.selectbiosciences.com.
March 5-6, 2008
Embryonic Stem Cells, Clones and Genes: Science, Politics and Values
Hempstead, New York
Bernard Siegel and Eve Herold will speak at a forum for discussion of the scientific, legal, economic, political, social and religious issues raised by human embryonic stem cell research, human cloning and genetic engineering. Other speakers include Louis Guenin, John Robertson, John Gearhart and Mark Noble. This conference is sponsored by Hofstra Law School and Hofstra Cultural Center. For more information contact Janet L. Dolgin at email@example.com.
April 12-13, 2008
Americans for Cures- Advocacy Conference
UCSF Mission Bay San Francisco, California
Bernard Siegel will provide a presentation. For more information, please see www.americansforcures.org.
April 19, 2008
Frontiers in Human Stem Cell Research
Bernard Siegel will provide a presentation on international stem cell advocacy and policy.
May 13-15, 2008
European Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine Congress
The Royal Horseguards Hotel
London, United Kingdom
Bernard Siegel will provide the Congress Keynote Address: “Unlocking the Cells: Critical Public Policy Perspectives.” The 3rd annual European Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine Congress is scientific and commercially focused and is positioned as a 3-day event that will represent the pioneering work being conducted by 50 of the World’s most respected research and commercial organizations. For more information please see www.terrapinn.com/2008/stemcells.
June 11-20, 2008
6th Annual ISSCR Meeting
Philadelphia Convention Center
For more information please see www.isscr.org.
Bio International Convention
San Diego, California
For more information please see www.bio.org.
June 27, 2008
Aging: The Disease, the Cure, the Implications (ADCI)
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
Aging is the problem. Be part of the solution. Join the debate. Bernard Siegel will provide a lecture with other distinguished speakers at this public event hosted by the Methuselah Foundation. For more information please visit http://www.mfoundation.org/ADCI/.
July 19, 2008
“Building a Better Man”
16th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine & Regenerative Biomedical Technologies
Gaylord National Hotel & Conference Center
National Harbor, Maryland (greater Washington DC area)
Bernard Siegel will provide a presentation entitled “Stem Cell Research: Biomedical Ethics & Implications.” For more information about this event, please visit www.worldhealth.net.
September 1-2, 2008
Stem Cells Europe
The Hilton Amsterdam
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Bernard Siegel will provide the keynote address at this inaugural event. For more information please see www.selectsciences.com.
September 22-23, 2008
World Stem Cell Summit
Presented by the Genetics Policy Institute:
Alliant Energy Center
The World Stem Cell Summit is the preeminent gathering for the global stem cell community with the shared mission to advance stem cell research from the laboratory to lifesaving treatments. This networking event brings together researchers, industry leaders, policy-makers, regulators, patient advocates, legal experts, investors and philanthropists to illuminate the critical issues and together chart the future of regenerative medicine. This event is presented by GPI and hosted by the University of Wisconsin Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center and WiCell research Institute. For more information and to register go to www.worldstemcellsummit.com.
October 27-31, 2008
InVENTS- 6th Marie Curie Conference on “Stem Cells”
Bernard Siegel will provide a keynote lecture on international public policy relating to stem cells. For more information please visit www.inventscience.org.
December 4, 2008
Maryland Stem Cell Research Symposium
Johns Hopkins University
Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and Bernard Siegel announce the 2009 World Stem Cell Summit will take place in Baltimore, Maryland in September 2009.