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Registration Now Open – iForum℠ 2017! Secure your seat today as the number of registrants will be limited at each site:

Sep 14 - The Buck Institute, Novato, CA
Sep 21 - Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Sep 28 - Imperial College, London, UK

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Digital Medium: Human iPSC-derived Midbrain Dopaminergic Neurons for Disease Modeling and Cell Therapy

Human iPSC-derived Midbrain Dopaminergic Neurons for Disease Modeling and Cell Therapy (ISSCR 2017 Innovation Showcase). Hear about CDI's iPSC-derived modeling of and the status of our efforts to develop cellular therapies for Parkinson’s disease.

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Upcoming Event: AAIC 2017

AAIC 2017 (Jul 16 - 20 | London, UK). Join us at this conference focused on the latest study results, theories, and discoveries enabling breakthroughs in dementia science.

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Applications
Application: Endogenously Bursting, Synchronous iPSC-derived Neural Cultures Display a Seizurogenic Response to Excitatory Pharmacology

Endogenously Bursting, Synchronous iPSC-derived Neural Cultures Display a Seizurogenic Response to Excitatory Pharmacology​ (GRC 2017 Poster). Learn how co-culturing iCell GlutaNeurons and iCell Astrocytes generates an excitatory-synapse dense neural culture that develops synchronous bursting patterns. After this network-level connectivity forms, pharmacological agents can be administered and assessed for seizurogenic propensity.

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Application: Modelling Neuroinflammation Using iPSC-derived Cell Lineages

Modelling Neuroinflammation Using iPSC-derived Cell Lineages (Keystone Symposium 2017 Poster). Discover how researchers combined four cell types, three of which were derived from an iPSC line from a single donor, to study neuroinflammation in an in vitro blood brain barrier model.

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