poster abstract submission is closed

Notification of acceptance was sent to presenting author on Wed., May 22, 2019

The Pearl Seiden Symposium in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine: Advances in Stem cell research and 3D bioprinting” will take place on Wed-Thu, June 12-13, 2019  at the Faculty of Biotechnology & Food Engineering Auditorium, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.

This meeting represents the apex of the research  in the field of regenerative medicine and stem cell research at the Technion. In the symposium, therefore,  we will be presenting and discuss significant achievements in the field of Regenerative Medicine – Regenerative Treatment Models,  Soft Tissue Replacement, Cell Therapy, Stem Cell Bioprocessing, Immunomodulation Therapy, 3D-Biopringting, Biomaterials, Artificial Organ, Applications of Tissue Engineering, and Stem Cell Technologies and applications.

Organizing Committee:

Prof. Roy Kishony
Prof. Yaron Fuchs
Prof. Lior Gepstein
Prof. Shulamit Levenberg
Prof. Marcelle Machluf
Shira Sagee


This meeting was made possible due to the generosity of Mr. Norman Seiden who established a series of scientific workshops in honor of his children.
Norman Seiden has made innumerable contributions to the Technion, American Technion Society (ATS) and Israel. He is the Vice Chairman of the Technion Board of Governors, and the Honorary Chairman of the Technion Guardians. He has also served in every important capacity on the ATS National Board of Directors, and been a constant driving force for the organization’s New York Metropolitan Region. Together with his beloved late wife, Barbara, Mr. Seiden has made countless gifts to the Technion, including the Barbara and Norman Seiden/New York Metropolitan Region Center for Advanced Opto-Electronics, the Norman Seiden Nanoelectronics Processing Laboratory and several academic chairs. He was also instrumental in the creation of the Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute. Mr. Seiden is the recipient of a Technion Honorary Fellowship (1979), a Technion Honorary Doctorate (1986) and the Technion Medal (1991).