Join us in Toronto, Ontario for

New Insights. New Technologies. New Opportunities.

Share in this powerful vision. Presented by Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS NA), you are invited to attend TERMIS NA 2007 Conference and Exhibition, formerly known as REGENERATE 2007. This preeminent international event for the tissue engineering and regenerative medicine field, marks its seventh year for this must-attend conference. Meet the researchers, entrepreneurs and cutting-edge innovators who are setting tomorrow's tissue engineering innovations today.

TERMIS North America is proud to feature the University of Toronto in leading the 2007 scientific program. Together, we invite you to continue our journey and interact with the experts.

An Invitation from the TERMIS NA 2007 Hosts

We are delighted to be hosting TERMIS NA 2007 in Toronto where we can take advantage of the depth and breadth of regenerative medicine expertise. In 2007, we are focused on bringing together the major stakeholders of regenerative medicine - stem cell biology, tissue engineering, imaging, transplantation, biomaterials, surgical applications, ethical considerations and translation to the market.

We have put together a dynamic program featuring the thought leaders of the many disciplines that comprise Regenerative Medicine. We encourage you to participate by registering for this must-attend event, offering the best science, engineering and clinical session in the scientific program.

The pre-conference tutorials will examine the big challenges in the fields of regenerative medicine through interactive discussions and debates with the leaders in their fields. We invite you to attend these presentations as well. We are also planning special activities for students and post-doctoral fellows. You are encouraged to check back on this website again, as details will be continually updated.

The TERMIS NA 2007 Conference and Exhibition promises to exceed your expectations in terms of science, opportunities for networking and, of course, good times. We look forward to seeing you in Toronto - mark the date - plan ahead - space is limited.

Molly S. Shoichet, PhD
University of Toronto

Michael Sefton, PhD
University of Toronto