Royan International Congress underway in Tehran

TEHRAN – The Royan International Twin Congress kicked off in Tehran on Wednesday.

The 23rd Congress on Reproductive Biomedicine and the 18th Hybrid Congress on Stem Cell Biology and Technology will run until September 9.

A total of 84 speakers, including 49 from 21 foreign countries, will deliver speeches in three programs Congress on Reproduction, Congress on Stem Cells and Symposium on Nursing and Midwifery.

Randy Schakman, 2013 Nobel laureate and professor at the University of California, Berkeley, gave an online talk on the topic of protein and RNA sorting for intercellular transport.

The Royan International Twin Congress has proven to be one of the most successful science gathering experiences in West Asia since 2000.

During these twenty years of active involvement in the sharing and exchange of scientific knowledge and expertise with renowned scientific institutes and scientists, the Royan Congress has contributed to the establishment of numerous shared scientific projects and exchanges. .
Royan is a non-profit public association affiliated with the university center of education, culture and research. Created in 1991, Royan is a research institute in reproductive biomedicine and infertility treatment; and the world leader in the research and treatment of this field.

The institute also acts as a leader in stem cell research and is one of the best clinics for the treatment of infertility. It has 46 scientific members and 186 laboratory technicians.

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