Intro to Regenerative Medicine: 7-Part Course

Intro to Regenerative Medicine: 7-Part Course

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7-Part Course Featuring Cutting Edge Biologics for Clinical Applications


This training is designed as a comprehensive review of terms and overall understanding for the individual interested in learning the basics of Regenerative Medicine. This 7-part Course offers a thorough overview of Regenerative Medicine. Breakdown the basics, review common terminology, learn how to speak with clients/patients, learn the facts, review commonly asked questions.


7-Parts Included:





Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a blood-based biologic made from whole blood. In Part 1 of Boston BioLife's 7-Part Interactive Regenerative Medicine Training Series the participant will learn where PRP is derived, its wide range of clinical applications, therapeutic benefits, and clinical disciplines.



Bone Marrow Aspiration (BMA)

BMA & Bone Marrow Aspiration Concentrate (BMAC) are well-established regenerative medicine therapies. Part 2 of Boston BioLife's 7-Part Series will be a review on the differences between BMA & BMAC, where and how it is derived, and the wide range of clinical applications it is used for.




Exosomes

In Part 3 of Boston BioLife's 7-Part Series we will discuss what is an Exosome. Where does an exosome come from, and what are the functions of an exosome. In addition, we will discuss what are the various applications for exosomes and how they have become so popular in such a short amount of time.




Perinatal Biologics

Part 4 of Boston BioLife's 7-Part Series reviews various Perinatal Biologics, and where they are derived from. These products fall into a range of categories such as cord blood, Wharton's jelly, membrane, and amniotic fluid. Learn the differences between each of the categories and their multiple clinical applications.




Adipose Applications

Adipose is Part 5 of Boston BioLife's 7-Part Series. Adipose, also known as fat tissue, is a rich source of regenerative medicine cellular therapies. Learn the capacity of fatty tissue in a variety of fields and clinical applications such as burns, wounds, aesthetics and more...




Alpha-2-Macroglobulin (A2M)

Part 6 of Boston BioLife's 7-Part Series focuses on A2M. This blood-based protein is manufactured in the liver and has the ability to impede the degradation of cartilage. Learn the important place that A2M has in the Regenerative Medicine Space. A2M is currently being used in orthobiologics as an anti-inflammatory agent. Learn more in series 6!




Extracellular Matrices

Part 7 of Boston BioLife's 7-Part Interactive Series in Regenerative Medicine will discuss the all-important topic of Extracellular Matrices. We will discuss what Extracellular Matrices consist of, the importance that it plays in regenerative medicine, organ and tissue repair, as well as cellular therapies.



Course content

Video Course

Session One

Frequently Asked Questions

What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a blood based biologic made from whole blood.

What is BMA?

Bone Marrow Aspiration (BMA) and Bone Marrow Aspiration Concentrate (BMAC) are well-established regenerative medicine therapies.

What is an Exosome?

Exosomes are vesicles (cellular components) that exist outside of a cell.

What are Perinatal Biologics?

These products fall into a range of categories such as cord blood, Wharton's jelly, membrane, and amniotic fluid.

What is Adipose?

Adipose, also known as fat tissue, is a rich source of regenerative medicine cellular therapies.

What is A2M?

Alpha-2-Macroglobulin (A2M) is a blood base protein manufactured in the liver and has ability to impede degradation of cartilage.

What is an Extracellular Matrix?

The Extracellular Matrix helps cells to bind together and regulates a number of cellular functions.

Topic(s) of Interest

Joseph Krieger

Joseph Krieger, Founder, created Boston BioLife Academy as a cutting-edge educational organization providing structured programs in the life sciences technologies for physicians, scientists, and healthcare providers interested in learning regenerative and functional medicine.

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