The Biological Engineering Program at KMUTT has recently organized a special seminar on “Regenerative Medicine Opportunities in Thailand and Japan” on August 21, 2015 at Chatrium Hotel, Bangkok. This special seminar was intended to provide a platform for collaborative network among universities, funding agency, along with policy makers who strive to initiate Thailand the first commercialized cell production center which produces and develops cell/tissue under international standards and guidelines. At the moment, the project collaborators include Orthopedics department at Siriraj Hospital, Department of Dentistry at Mahidol University, and Professor Masahiro Kino-oka from Osaka University Japan.
The program gathered eminent speakers from Thailand and Japan who involved in current issues in cell production, research, clinical application in regenerative medicine, and policy. The seminar remarked current situation of regenerative medicine in Japan and Thailand and focused on how to pursue the best cell production system through the use of technologies.