Global Stem Cells Group Subsidiary Stem Cell Training Announces Three Stem Cell Training Course Dates in Miami

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Global Stem Cells Group and its subsidiary Stem Cell Training, Inc. have announced three upcoming dates for the company’s Adipose and Bone Marrow Stem Cell Training Course for medical professionals in Miami. Courses will be held May 2-3, May 9-10 and June 15-16, 2015.

All three scheduled classes provide the same intensive, hands-on training that covers the latest technology and procedures in adipose and bone marrow stem cell therapy. Practitioners learn skills that can be used to treat patients in their practices, and for career advancement.

Day one of the course will encompass educational lectures on basic stem cells science and the development of adipose stem cells in the treatment of degenerative diseases. Curriculum will include, “Introduction to stem cells II;” “Stem Cell Biology III;” “Embryonic Stem Cells IV;” “Adult Stem Cells V;” “Platelet Rich Plasma VI;” “Adipose Stem Cells and Degenerative Diseases VII;” “Liposuction and Stem Cells VIII;” “Stem Cell (SVF) Isolation Technique IX” and “Regulatory Issues and Standards of Practice.”

Day two will demonstrate live cases to show how the physician performs the procedure in an office setting. Curriculum will include: “Adipose Harvesting Techniques II;” “Stem Cell Isolation Techniques III;” “PRP Processing Demonstration IV;” “Stem Cell Injection Technique V;” “Adipose Harvesting VI;” “Stem Cell Isolation Techniques VII” and “Stem Cell Injection Techniques.”

The May 2-3 course and the June 15-16 course will be held in Miami; the May 9-10 course will be held in Boca Raton and will feature a special guest instructor.

The Adipose and Bone Marrow Stem Cell Training Course was developed for physicians and high-level practitioners to learn techniques in harvesting and reintegrating stem cells derived from adipose tissue and bone marrow. The objective of the training is to bridge the gap between bench science in the laboratory and the doctor’s office by teaching effective, in-office regenerative medicine techniques.

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