Molecular science of wound care

03/13/2024 08:10 - 09:20

(CME Accredited session)

This will look at the pathophysiology of skin breakdown and tissue loss, to explain why tissue repair and regeneration can be achieved with advanced therapies, like CAMPs.
Moderated by Richard Simman.

  • Composition and regulatory functions of the extracellular matrix - Mitch Sanders
  • Wnt signaling and its role in injury repairs - Mimi R Borrelli, MBBS, PhD, MSc 
  • Hypoxia-inducible factor in wound healing - Andrew Leask
  • Who is funding basic science in wound repair? How does industry engage these resources? - Daniel L. Kapp
  • Q&A

Mitch Sanders, PhD, Chief Executive Officer, ProDevLabs

Mimi Borrelli, MBBS, PhD, MSc, Medical Science Liaison, AVITA Medical

Andrew Leask, Professor, University of Saskatchewan

Dr. Daniel L. Kapp, M.D, Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon, Private Practice, West Palm Beach, FL

Richard Simman, MD, FACS, FACCWS, Clinical professor of surgery, Plastic Surgery, University of Toledo College of medicine