CellCAN's Second pan-Canadian Strategic Forum

Description

It's with great pleasure and enthusiasm that we announce the 2nd edition of our Strategic Forum.

WHEN? March 13-15, 2019

WHERE? At the beautiful Omni King Edward Hotel in Toronto

WHAT? 3 days of stellar content allowing strategic discussions and insight on Canada's cell & gene therapy manufacturing, regulatory reform and reimbursement issues.

CellCAN is partnering with C3i and CCRM to present the second edition of the Strategic Forum.

Registration will open on November 12, 2018. In the meantime, we invite you to read the full report of the First pan-Canadian Strategic Forum that was held in 2017 to see why this is an event that you cannot miss!

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Details
  • 13/03/2019

Webinar series: Presenting CBS

Description

Join CellCAN on December 13, 12PM EST, (date to be confirmed) for a presentation by new CellCAN Network Affiliate, the Canadian Blood Services (CBS).

A presentation by Nicholas Dibdin, BSc, MLT, PMP, Associate Director, Stem Cells Operations

Canadian Blood Services operates a stem cell program that supports better outcomes for patients living with diseases and disorders that can be treated with stem cell transplants. They collect, manufacture and distribute cord blood stem cells through their national, public cord blood bank and cord blood for research program. They manufacture and distribute autologous stem cells through their stem cell manufacturing facilities in Ottawa & Edmonton. They operate a robust national registry of cord blood units and potential adult stem cell donors, participating in an international network of registries. They provide HLA typing services to ensure the best possible matches between those willing to donate stem cells and those who need them.

This webinar will allow participants to learn more about:

  • SOP portfolio development

  • Issues implementing these SOPs at various sites

  • Standardization of cold chain transport and other shipping-related issues

  • Validating procedures/equipment

 

Details
  • 13/12/2018

Connect with a network of Canadian researchers, clinicians, regulatory experts and HQP from coast to coast, through our platforms, workshops and events.

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