Catching up with the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine at Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa


CARLSBAD, CA - What's going on at this week's Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa? ScienceBoard.net spoke with Stephen Majors, director of public affairs at the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM), who shared what's being discussed at this year's meeting.

The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine is an international advocacy organization for the cell, gene, and tissue-based therapy sector, according to Stephen Majors, director of public affairs. The group works to promote initiatives in the legislative, regulatory, manufacturing, and reimbursement fields that impact the industry and its members.

Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa is ARM's flagship conference for the year, according to Majors, and the company expects over 1,200 people at this week's meeting -- the best-attended Meeting on the Mesa yet, he said.

For more insight on this week's meeting, watch the video interview below.

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