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Regenerative and Transplant Medicine

Aim & scope

The regenerative medicine field is progressing at such a fast pace, the way we currently think and practice transplant medicine is rapidly changing, faster than we could ever imagine. This series was conceived to bring together experts from both the transplant and regenerative medicine fields, to share knowledge first, but also to introduce the transplant audience to the remarkable progress that has occurred in regenerative medicine over the past few decades. At the same time, we intend to illustrate to researchers and operators in the regenerative medicine field the numerous platforms transplant medicine offers for the application of their technologies.

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To the publisher and the editors of this series and volumes there is no doubt regenerative medicine will shape and define the future of transplant medicine.

Key features

  • Each volume is published with full color images in print (hardcover), as an eBook, and on Science Direct(opens in new tab/window)

  • Elsevier’s authoring platform, Elsa, gives you all the tools you need to write, edit, collaborate, and track progress in one easy-to-use online platform. Elsa helps you save time, stay organized, and improve the discoverability of your published content.

  • Elsevier’s dedicated and accomplished editors, project managers, and designers will work with you to produce a book with the high quality and accuracy our books are known for.

  • A dedicated Editorial Project Manager (EPM) will be your resource for any day-to-day questions during the development stage and will provide you with a high level of support.

Audience

Transplant operators, regenerative medicine operators, tissue engineering operators, biotech operators, Academia, Industry and Regulatory agencies and operators

Series Editor

Giuseppe Orlando

GOMP

Giuseppe Orlando, MD, PhD

Associate Professor

Surgical Sciences, Wake Forest University School of Medicine & Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, U.S.A.

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