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10th International Tissue Repair and Regeneration Congress, will be organized around the theme “Explore the concept of Tissue Repair, Restore & Regeneration”

Tissue Repair 2019 is comprised of 15 tracks and 181 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Tissue Repair 2019.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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Tissue repair denotes to the healing of damaged tissue and contains two important components - Regeneration and restore. In Regeneration, specialized tissues are replaced by the proliferation of surrounding undamaged specialized cells. In repair, misplaced tissue is replaced by granulation tissue which matures to form scar tissue. The stomach creates a new cell lining every five days (If the stomach linings will not change into new usually then, hydrochloric acid from the stomach juices would create a hole inside the stomach, which might cause death). Skin cell replaces itself in every 30 days. The red blood cells have an existence span of 120 days, and must then be replaced. Each of the distinctive tissues of the frame has its personal natural lifestyles cycle. It's far the goal of regeneration remedy to stimulate the process of self-renewal.

  • Track 1-1Fibrogenesis & Tissue Repair
  • Track 1-2Wound Healing
  • Track 1-3Cardio gold
  • Track 1-4Pancreas Tissue engineering
  • Track 1-5Effects of guided tissue regeneration
  • Track 1-6Tissue Microarray
  • Track 1-7Tissue dysfunction
  • Track 1-8Bone regeneration and modern techniques
  • Track 1-9Inflamation
  • Track 1-10Liver Tissue Repair
  • Track 1-11Hemostasis
  • Track 1-12Skin Tissue Repair
  • Track 1-13Dental and craniofacial regeneration
  • Track 1-14Macrophages in Tissue Repair
  • Track 1-15Wound care
Stem cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat disease. Bone marrow transplantation is the most used stem-cell therapy, but some therapies derived from Umbilical cord blood are also in use. Research is proceeding to develop various sources for stem cells and to put on stem-cell treatments for Neurogenerative disease and conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and other conditions. Stem-cell therapy has become controversial following developments such as the ability of scientists to isolate and culture embryonic stem cell to create stem cells using somatic nuclear transfer and their use of techniques to create Induced pluripotent stem cell.
  • Track 2-1Adipose tissue science
  • Track 2-2Mesenchymal stem cells
  • Track 2-3Transdifferentiation of adult hematopoietic stem cells
  • Track 2-4Tissue sarcoma
  • Track 2-5Stem Cells for Repair of Heart Tissue
  • Track 2-6Stem cell for targeted treatment for osteoarthritis
  • Track 2-7Induction of pluripotent stem cells
Stem cells are defined as the undifferentiated cells, having self-renewal capacity throughout the lifetime and giving rise to terminally differentiated cells of various cell lineages. Their differentiation pathway is unidirectional, passing through the stage of lineage and finally generating differentiated cells. Adult stem cell differentiation is traditionally believed to be restricted to the tissue in which the stem cells reside (hematopoietic stem cells generate blood cells, liver progenitor cells produce hepatocytes). Hematopoietic stem cells are the most thoroughly characterized adult progenitor cells, mostly because of their easy accessibility and use for transplantation to treat malignant disease.
  • Track 3-1Stem cell in Bone regeneration
  • Track 3-2Stem cell therapy in the treatment of Eye sites
  • Track 3-3Stem cell therapy in the treatment of Diabetes
  • Track 3-4Stem cell in wound healing
  • Track 3-5Stem cell therapy in metabolic disorder
  • Track 3-6Stem cell therapy in Graft-versus-host disease (GvHD)
Translational Medicine aims to improve human health and longevity by determining the relevance to human Diseases.  This Bridges across the discovery, development, regulation, and utilization spectrum. It may include application of research findings from genes, proteins, cells, tissues, organs, and animals, to clinical research in patient populations, all aimed at optimizing and predicting outcomes in specific patients.
Regenerative Medicine goes for helping the body to shape new tissue to replace lost ones.  This will give curative treatment to conditions .The human body has an endogenous arrangement of recovery through foundational microorganisms, where undeveloped cells are discovered nearly in every kind of tissue. The thought is that upgrading of capacity is best proficient by these cells. Regenerative prescription involves the utilization of tissue designing and undifferentiated organism innovation.
  • Track 4-1Global market scenario of the Regenerative medicine
  • Track 4-2Biomarkers in Translational Medicine
  • Track 4-3Biomedical Engineering Techniques & Biomedicine
  • Track 4-4Translational Medicine in Cancer Pharmacology
  • Track 4-5Regenerative medicine business model
  • Track 4-6Ethics and applications of regenerative medicine
  • Track 4-7Collaborative capital efficient translation in regenerative medicine
  • Track 4-8Cardiovascular Regenerative medicine
  • Track 4-9Immunology and Regenerative medicine
  • Track 4-10Regenerative endodontics
  • Track 4-11Clinical trials and regenerative medicine
  • Track 4-12Translational Neuroscience

Translational Stem Cell Research opens with an overview of the latest in stem cell research, focusing on specific diseases and the treatment of burn victims. From a translational perspective, we outline the challenges that may vary across preclinical models for the evaluation of stem cell therapy in situations that require periodontal reconstruction and the safety issues that are related to clinical applications of human stem cells. Although clinical trials that use autologous periodontal ligament stem cells have been approved and have already been initiated, proper consideration of the technical, safety, and regulatory concerns may facilitate, rather than inhibit, the clinical translation of new therapies.

  • Track 5-1Stem Cell Therapy In Diabetes
  • Track 5-2Stem Cell Therapy In Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • Track 5-3Application of Stem Cells In Heart Diseases
  • Track 5-4Applications of Stem Cells In Urology
  • Track 5-5Stem Cells In Orthopedic Treatments
  • Track 5-6Stem cells In Hair Regrowth Therapies
  • Track 5-7Neural stem cells , Neurogenesis And Brain Maturation
  • Track 5-8Advances In Craniomaxillofacial Applications

Tissue Engineering is addressed to create functional tissues which include cells, scaffolds, and bioactive molecules. It is the development of biological substitutes that maintains, improves or restores tissue functions resulting in sidestepping the problems associated with tissue damage. In the present, it is treated with transplants, mechanical devices or surgical reconstructions, these three medical therapies have saved and improved countless patients’ lives with few associated problems. For example, transplantation in organs shows limitations such as transplant rejections and lack of donor to cover all the worldwide demand. Mechanical devices are not capable of accomplishing all the functions related to the tissue and also the prevention of progressive deterioration in patients.  Thus it has informed that Tissue Engineering arises from the need to provide more definitive solutions to tissue repairs.

  • Track 6-1Bio-materials in Tissue Engineering
  • Track 6-2Tissue Microarray
  • Track 6-3Biomimetic materials
  • Track 6-4Scaffold designs
  • Track 6-5Surface ligands and molecular architecture
  • Track 6-6Porous scaffolds
  • Track 6-7Biomaterials for drug delivery
  • Track 6-8Bone Tissue Engineering
  • Track 6-9Engineering in Plastic Surgery

Appropriately preserved stem cells can be later used in the field of regenerative medicine for treating congenital disorders, heart defects etc. Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue would have many benefits for infertility treatment. A direct application of such a technique would be in overcoming infertility in cancer patients rendered infertile by harmful treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy which indiscriminately destroy diseased as well as healthy cells. The ability to cryopreserve pre-implantation embryos from both animal and human sources has helped to overcome some of the practical concerns.

  • Track 7-1Towards cell culture automatization
  • Track 7-2Preservation and storage
  • Track 7-3Proembryonic stem cell research
  • Track 7-4Cryopreservation

Regeneration and development are intricately linked processes. Following injury and disease, many developmental pathways are reactivated in order to regenerate damaged tissues. Understanding these developmental mechanisms and how they are recycled in response to tissue damage can inform efforts to achieve regeneration in cases where it does not naturally occur (as with human limbs) and efforts to utilize embryonic stem cells to engineer cell types and tissues in vitro with an eye towards therapies.

  • Track 8-1Tissue/organ development
  • Track 8-2Organ Regeneration

Nanotechnology is currently being utilized for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Nanostructures can mimic tissue-specific bio environments by designing constructs with particular biochemical, mechanical and electrical properties. Biomimetic nanopatterns alone can direct the differentiation of stem cells without involvement of exogenous soluble biochemical factors. This regulation of cellular behavior by nanotechnology is one of many examples demonstrating the significant applications of nanoengineering in biomedicine.  Therefore, tissue can be engineered by employing these nanostructures for enhanced cell adhesion, growth and differentiation. As the range of tissues being proposed for engineering increases, there is also a proportional increase in demand for new scaffold properties.

  • Track 9-1Electrospun nanofibers
  • Track 9-2Nanotextured substrates for tissue engineering
  • Track 9-3Self-assembled nanomaterials
  • Track 9-4Neural cells tissue engineering through micro and nanotechnology
  • Track 9-5Bone cells tissue engineering through micro and nanotechnology
  • Track 9-6Cartilage cells tissue engineering through micro and nanotechnology
  • Track 9-7Vascular cells tissue engineering through micro and nanotechnology
  • Track 9-8Hepatic cells tissue engineering through micro and nanotechnology

 Regenerative rehabilitation is the values as of rehabilitation and regenerative medicine, with the ultimate goal of developing innovative and operative methods that promote the restoration of function through tissue regeneration and repair. In order to provide an optimal microenvironment for healing tissues, physical therapists use directed therapy to maximize the productivity of the body's innate healing processes. Rehabilitation coupled with regenerative medicine surgeries has shown improved outcomes for tissue regeneration. With innovative findings from medical researchers in tissue engineering and cellular therapies, physical therapies play an important role in translating these findings.

  • Track 10-1cardiac rehabilitation practice
  • Track 10-2Clinical grade biotherapies
  • Track 10-3Physical Therapy

Stem cells are feasible to design and test interventions to slow aging and improve health and longevity. It is believed that stem cell failure contributes to a decline in health during aging; so the development of effective methods to induce and differentiate pluripotent stem cells via cell replacement therapy provides an exciting avenue for the treatment of degenerative age-related diseases. It is believed that the regenerative potential of these cells is due to their high differentiation and proliferation capabilities, paracrine activity and immune privilege. Therefore, the stem cells can be used for cell replacement therapy as a therapeutic intervention aimed at mitigating the effects of aging.

  • Track 11-1Reverse Cellular Aging
  • Track 11-2Protection Against Brain Aging
  • Track 11-3Stem Cell Therapies Produce Rejuvenation
  • Track 11-4Applications of Rejuvenation

Tissue Engineering has evoked new hopes for the cure of failure of Organs and loss tissue by creating functional substitutes in laboratory. TE provides new technology platforms to study the mechanism of angiogenesis and tumour cell growth and potentially tumour spreading in cancer research. The synthesis of TE with innovative methods of molecular biology and stem-cell technology may help investigate and potentially modulate principal phenomena of tumour growth and spreading, as well as tumour-related angiogenesis. TE can be applied to cure the cancer in Breast, Skin, Melanoma, Bone, Prostate, Liver and brain.

  • Track 12-1Types of TE platforms for cancer research
  • Track 12-2Breast cancer therapy
  • Track 12-3Skin cancer therapy
  • Track 12-4Endothelial cells and endothelial progenitor cells
  • Track 12-5Tumour cell interactions with bone
  • Track 12-6Liver and brain cancer therapy
  • Track 12-7Drug delivery with TE techniques
  • Track 12-8Newly detected cell types with potential for TE and cancer research
Bio banking  is the process of storage of biological samples that can be a piece of human tissue taken from a healthy or a diseased part of the body, it can also be a sample of bodily fluid such as blood, urine or saliva. Tissue banking is the activity of processing, storage, and distribution of transplantable human tissues. Tissues retrieved from the human body are used to repair and or replace the diseased or lost tissues of living human body and have saved many precious lives. The common tissues used are cornea, skin, bones, cartilage, joints, heart valves, fascia, tendons and a human cadaver.
  • Track 13-1Organ donation
  • Track 13-2Clinical application of banked tissue
  • Track 13-3Trends in biobanking and preanalytics

An experimental technique which uses the genetic cell in the modification of the stem cells in the treatment or prevention of the disease is referred to as the combined Gene and Stem cell therapy. The therapy in general influences the course of different genetic and multi factorial diseases at the DNA/RNA level. The stem cells used in the gene therapy is a valid one which has a complex consequence for treating a variety of diseases, where most don’t have a cure.

  • Track 14-1Stem cell secretome
  • Track 14-2Immunological Changes in the stem cell
  • Track 14-3Cord Blood Stem Cell
  • Track 14-4Challenges in reprogramming cells to pluripotency
  • Track 14-5Genes used to produce iPSCs
  • Track 14-6Cell Line Development
  • Track 14-7Molecular Basis of Epigenetics
  • Track 14-8Cardiovascular Cell Therapy Research

The repair or replacement of damaged skins is still an important, challenging problem. Immune acceptance and long-term existence of skin grafts represent the major problem to overawe in grafting given that in most situations auto grafts cannot be used. The rise of artificial skin substitutes provides alternate treatment with the ability to diminish the dependency on the growing demand of cadaver skin grafts. Over the years, considerable research efforts have focused on strategies for skin repair or permanent skin graft transplantations. Accessible skin substitutes include pre- or post-transplantation treatments of donor cells, stem cell-based therapies, and skin counterparts composed of bio-engineered cellular skin substitutes. However, skin substitutes are still prone to immunological rejection, and as such, there is currently no skin substitute available to overcome this phenomenon. This emphasis on the mechanisms of skin rejection and tolerance induction and outlines in detail current available tactics and alternatives that may allow achieving full-thickness skin replacement and repair.

  • Track 15-1Vascular substitute for cardiovascular
  • Track 15-2Cortical grafts
  • Track 15-3Fibrous encapsulation
  • Track 15-4Fibrous encapsulation
  • Track 15-5Bioartificial skin
  • Track 15-6Bioartificial pancreas
  • Track 15-7Biodegradable conduit