Cord Blood Connect: Entire Congress Available Online

Access the presentations, panel discussions, Q&A sessions, e-posters, virtual exhibits

Despite the handicap of not being able to assemble for an in-person meeting, the cord blood community worldwide came together for a virtual congress on Sept. 10 and 17.

cord_blood_connect_2019_adLive streaming of the 2020 Cord Blood Connect international congress is now history, but all parts of the congress -- recordings of the scientific and technical sessions, panel discussions, Q&A sessions, e-posters and virtual exhibits -- are available for on-demand viewing.

Everything is accessible from the congress home page.  From there you can:

  • Click SESSIONS to choose a particular session, an individual presentation, each session’s Q&A, or even replay the entire day as it was live streamed on Sept. 10 and 17.
  • Click E-POSTERS to access individual posters and contact the authors via e-mail.
  • Click EXHIBITS to visit the virtual exhibit booths and contact company and organization representatives.
  • Click CME for information and forms for claiming continuing education credits. (Forms must be submitted by Oct. 16.)

If you didn’t register, you can still do so. Registration provides access to everything that the congress offered on Sept. 10 and 17.

All components of the congress will remain online through next August.

Congress home page

The accepted abstracts for the congress appear in a supplement  to CBA’s official journal, STEM CELLS Translational Medicine, Volume 9, Issue S1.

The journal and its supplement can be accessed at no charge.

Access the abstracts