Cuba Hosts Convention on Biomedical Sciences
Havana, May 27 (Prensa Latina) The 1st Ibero-Latin American Convention on Basic Biomedical Sciences began today in Havana with the participation of 150 delegates from the United States, Spain and Cuba.
The event will be held until tomorrow at the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) under the theme ‘Stem Cells: Present Situation and Prospects’, the vice president of the organizing committee, Belen Iglesias, told reporters.
According to Iglesias, today’s session includes three keynote speeches on regenerative medicine and stem cells.
Parallel to this event is the 4th Symposium of Basic-Clinical Integration and the 1st Symposium on Terminologies on Morphological Sciences.
The scientific program also includes the discussion of a free paper and electronic poster, the president of the Cuban Society of Morphological Sciences said.
The Convention, sponsored by SCCM and ELAM, includes discussions and the presentation of papers on the terminology of the morphological sciences, organizers highlighted.