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Published on Mar 15, 2014
Dr. Kim Solez speaks on "Stem Cells, New Technology, and the Future of Transplantation" in the Technology and Future of Medicine course LABMP 590 http://www.singularitycourse.com on March 13th, 2014. For the first time ever the regularly scheduled lecturer did not show up and this was the spontaneous lecture Dr. Solez was able to put together on the spot as a replacement. Table of Contents: 00:00:00 Brief description of recently created Banff Foundation of Allograft Pathology, a Swiss non-profit foundation which is now the infrastructure behind the Banff Transplant Pathology meetings and consensus process http://cybernephrology.ualberta.ca/Banffhttp://cybernephrology.ualberta.ca/Ba... 00:01:17 Moore's Law and the technological Singularity, the Technology and Future of Medicine course http://www.singularitycourse.com , Eroom's Law, new drug approvals have almost ground to a halt, the FDA is protecting you, but is ripe for disruptive innovation, 00:06:19 the Banff Foundation for Allograft Pathology must remain youthful and relevant for the future, must wrap its head around the probably future of transplantation and the advent of stem cell generation of organs replacing transplantation, 00:06:40 transplantation may be losing its lustre but the lustre of the Banff Foundation can remain strong, 00:07:57 Kim Solez - David Crippen polar opposite alter egos, concept is useful in overcoming resistance to audiences considering the dramatic changes that will come in the future of transplantation and transplantation pathology, 00;10;38 spectacular dynamic influencing the pace of stem cell generation of organs replacing transplantation, the increasingly alarming dangers of rampant stem cell medical tourism may mean that despite disruptive change in the FDA, stem cell research is the last area in which regulations are loosened, 00:15:10 stem cell created kidneys missing the loop of Henle, pathologists still needed to assess normality of stem cell created organs, 00:16:40 All the barriers to stem cell creation of organs seem to be falling rapidly, we are hurtling toward the point in time when this will be routinely possible and there would no longer be any shortages of any organ type, 00:17:05 Discussion. Copyright (c) 2014, JustMachines Inc.