Webcast- Knowledge in Motion Series- Dental Pulp Stem Cells- 1-30-14

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Ricardo Battaglino, PhD (Harvard, Forsyth)
Dr. Alpdogan Kantarci (Forsyth)
Dr. Hatice Hasturk (Forsyth)
Dr. Leslie Morse (Spaulding-Harvard SCI Model System)

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Attendees will learn about the source of dental pulp stem cells, how they are obtained, and how they can develop into elements of the nervous system
Attendees will learn how dental pulp stem cells have been used in rodents with spinal cord injury
Attendees will learn how dental pulp stem cells might be used to promote neurorecovery for people with spinal cord injury

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