IPITA Webinar Series:
What's Hot, What's New in Beta Cell Replacement and Related Sciences

This new video series provides the IPITA audience a unique educational content relative to beta cell replacement sciences but also to those fields of health sciences that are of interest to, and may be applied to, beta cell replacement. The viewer will have the opportunity to be updated real time on progress occurring in these transformational fields.

Current Status of Islet Transplantation in the United States

May 17, 2023
Dr. Piotr Witkowski gives an overview of the current status of islet transplantation in the United States highlighting the issue of FDA approval and discussing current trials.

The Light at the End of the Tunnel of Islet Transplantation to Cure Diabetes - Mission Impossible

May 11, 2023
Dr. Camillo Ricordi gives a seminar about current efforts to improve outcomes of islet transplantation and provides his perspective on the future of islet transplantation.

Islet Transplantation: Back to The Future

May 11, 2023
Dr. Camillo Ricordi gives a seminar on how islet transplantation started and what his contributions have been to the field.

Advances in Xenotransplantation

December 8, 2022
Professor Wayne Hawthorne updates us on the advances in Xenotransplantation to date, specifically in relation to xeno-islet cell transplantation moving to clinical application, based upon decades of research in the fields of allo and xeno islet cell transplantation.

The First Pancreas Transplant

November 30, 2022
Dr. Jonathan Fridell interviews pioneers of pancreas and islet transplant. He starts by interviewing the only surgeon who is still around who was in the OR during the very first pancreas transplant, Fred Merkel.

Simulatenous Pancreas-Kidney Transplantation in Caucasian versus African American Patients: Does Recipient Race Influence Outcomes?

November 17, 2022
Dr. Robert J. Stratta reviews previous and current data pursuant to simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplantation in African-American recipients, many of whom have a type 2 diabetes phenotype.

Treatment Options for Patients with Diabetes and End Stage Renal Desease

Jonathan A. Fridell



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