This program is available until December 31, 2020.
Program Chair: Shibani Pati, MD, PhD
Describe the therapeutic potential of cellular therapies in trauma and critical care applications
Discuss the production and availability of CT products for trials and beyond and debate the challenges associated with the manufacture of these products
Identify current clinical trials, design and lessons learned from past trials for cellular therapies in trauma and critical care settings
Description: This one day workshop will focus on the emerging role of cellular therapies in the treatment of trauma and critical care conditions. Novel products and their applications as well as cell manufacturing, regulatory challenges and production needs will be addressed. The discussion will align the needs of those serving in the critical care and trauma field with those programs and facilities providing the product. A discussion of current clinical trials and lessons learned from designing these trials will also be presented. This workshop has been developed in collaboration with the Cellular Therapies in Trauma and Critical Care Conference (CTTACC) faculty.
Please note: Dr. Anthony Atala, Dr. Michael Matthay and Pamela Robey did not consent to presentation capturing and being recorded; therefore, their presentations are not included in the on-demand presentation.