The Gastroenterology/Endocrinology course (END-3400) of the Advanced Stem Cell Education Program is designed to enhance the knowledge of healthcare professionals about intestinal, liver and pancreatic repair, using the current clinical applications of stem cell therapies.
A major challenge in Regenerative Medicine, in particular the field of organ regeneration, is improvement of current therapies coupled with discoveries of new approaches to treat patients suffering from acute and chronic diseases. In developing a potential therapy for patients with diabetes, researchers hope to develop a system that meets several criteria. Stem cells should be able to multiply, self-renew, and differentiate in-vitro and in-vivo to produce the desired cell types specifically glucose-responsive beta cells, expanding the treatment options for patients with aggressive diseases.
• This is a complete program with a cost of $2,500.
• Self-paced open enrollment
• Physician CME Eligible: Yes: 29.5 CME AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
• Program includes digital streaming of lectures and PDF resources
• Learn instantly with any computer or laptop with a strong internet connection
• Estimated effort: 5-6 weeks of material, 4-5 hours/week; 6 topic quizzes, final exam
Some background in biology is helpful. This course may contain discussion of unlabeled and/or investigational uses of agents not approved by the FDA. Please consult the prescribing information for each product.
• Biology Of Stem Cells
• Natural Agents
• Renal Issues
• Regulation of Stem Cell Therapies