American Biologics Regenerative Medicine Training Conference
The American Biologics Regenerative Medicine Training Conference is a collaboration between the American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine and Gulf Coast Biologics, offering the first combined two-day training conference in regenerative medicine and musculoskeletal disorders, with hands-on cadaver training and a biological workshop experience. The symposium is primarily focused on clinical training and regenerative medicine academia. Renowned thought and opinion leaders have come together in a single venue to offer a momentous event that will help define the course of regenerative medicine for years to come. Upon completion, participants will be eligible for certification and AABRM membership. Certification and one year membership is provided after the completion of a competency exam. Participants will be provided with the educational tools to introduce regenerative medicine techniques and biologic applications to their practice and treat patients based on evidence and scientifically proven treatment concepts.
American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine
The American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine (AABRM) is a multidisciplinary community of physicians and scientists with a mission to advance the science, technology and practice of Regenerative Medicine to treat disease and lessen human suffering. The AABRM advances the specialty of Regenerative Medicine and serves its members by providing certifications and standards in the practice of Regenerative Medicine as a medical specialty.
Gulf Coast Biologics
Gulf Coast Biologics (GCB), is an educational and scientific institute of EmCyte Corporation. The mission of GCB is to provide educational courses, which are supported by established and experienced medical experts and key opinion leaders. GCB is dedicated to enhance the knowledge of regenerative medicine using autologous biological products based on evidence based medicine, via detailed courses and research programs, supported by hands-on (cadaver) workshops using different preparation protocols.