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Extracts of the Interactive Plenary Session - The Inventions, Inter-Disciplinary Interactions And Solutions (IIDIAS) 2015

Prof. Yoshiki Sawa presented their results which led to the approval of such treatments in Japan in the 10th Anniversary of Nichi-In Centre for Regenerative Medicine (NCRM), the NCRM NICHE 2015 in Chennai. Dr. K.M. Cherian (Chairman, Frontier Lifeline Hospitals, Chennai) also opined that Autologous Stem Cells in their experience has been safe. He lauded the pioneering work by Prof. Sawa and added that a technological collaboration between such institutes in Japan and hospitals in India would be of great help to ailing patients with end stage Heart Failure in India. Bridging the technological divide between institutes in both the countries will help not only the speciality of Cardiology but also other specialities like Ophthalmology, said Dr. Sujata Mohanty of AIIMS, New Delhi who gave a plenary talk on Corneal Regeneration in the NCRM NICHE 2015.

Interactive Plenary Session


Plenary Speakers



"Regenerative Medicine for Cardiac Disease -A Promise for Patients Having Advanced Cardiac Failure in the Developing Countriess" (Video Lecture)


Dr. Yoshiki Sawa

Department of Cardiovascular Surgery,
Osaka Univ. Graduate School of Medicine, Japan




"Autologus cellular cardiomyoplasty: A dynamic, cellular regeneration of the heart "


Dr. K. M. Cherian

Frontier Lifeline and Dr K M Cherian Heart
Foundation, India



"Technologically bridging India and Japan in Corneal Regeneration and beyondy"


Dr. Sujata Mohanty

Stem Cell Facility, All India Institute of Medical
Sciences (AIIMS), India)


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