Zoobiquity Colorado: Connecting human and animal health through regenerative medicine is a two-day conference that will take place at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and Colorado State University Oct. 5 and 6. This national meeting, focusing on regenerative medicine advances, is built on a One Health concept designed to bring together leading clinicians and scientists in human and veterinary medicine.
Zoobiquity Colorado will highlight the laboratory and clinical research of human and veterinary investigators and foster ongoing and future collaborations. Researchers at CSU and CU Anschutz have collaborations that include clinical trials at CSU’s James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital, and multiple studies in the CU Cancer Center and the Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine that involve natural animal models.
The program will consist of a half-day field trip to Fort Collins and tours of CSU research laboratories, followed by a full day of case presentations and panel discussions on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Denver. Busing between campuses and meals will be provided. Find more information on the Zoobiquity Colorado conference site.
Topics to be covered include: regenerative medicine approaches to cancer, wound healing, orthopedics, and ophthalmology; the regulatory environment in human and animal research; and
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