iCAST 2016

2nd International Congress on Adipose Stem Cell Treatments

Our iCAST Congress 2016 took place in Zurich, Technopark, on May 31st , 2016

We would like to sincerely thank all participants, the team of Technopark and all SSCF collaborators who have supported and helped us during this Event.

Below you will find the speaker’s presentations that took part to our event.



Collecting adipose stem cells for the clinical practice

Kai-Uwe Schlaudraff, Dr. Med, Geneva, Switzerland
No slides available

Expanding Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem / Stromal Cells In Vitro for Stem Cell Therapies

Christian Caprara, Dr. PhD, Swiss Stem Cell Foundation, Lugano, Switzerland


Franca Baggi Menozzi, Dr. PhD FAMH Microbiology, Laboratorio di Diagnostica Molecolare, Lugano, Switzerland

Microbiology Gowning

Franca Baggi Menozzi, Dr. PhD FAMH Microbiology, Laboratorio di Dignostica Molecolare, Lugano, Switzerland

Single cell-based functional characterization of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells

Petra Schwalie, PhD, EPFL. Lausanne, Switzerland
No slides available

Lipoaspirate transplant: hypothesis on regenerative activities

Alessandra Marchi, Dr. Med, Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Integrata, Verona, Italy
No slides available

Treating shoulder tendons with PrP

Alexander Lädermann, Dr. Med, Clinique la Colline, Geneva, Switzerland

EMA/CAT regulatory position about the classification of Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMP) products

Stefano Fiorentino, Avv., Verona, Italy
No slides available

Chondrocyte differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells

Rosalba Gornati, Dr. PhD, Uninsubria, Varese, Italy
No slides available

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