My IOF 2017 Talk on Stem Cells, Knee Microenvironment, and Machine Learning
This is the talk I gave this week at the 2017 Interventional Orthopedics Foundation (IOF) Conference in Denver. Regrettably, the slides that made it into the computer were an old slide set with a few blanks. There’s nothing like being on the podium and seeing that the slides they have loaded are the wrong ones! For those of you who were there, this is the full talk in sequence. My focus was how we can use the chemical signatures in knee synovial fluid to predict who is going to respond well to a same-day stem cell treatment used to treat knee arthritis. Also, how we can use neural networks and artificial intelligence to help us make decisions about which regen med options will be best for patients. Enjoy!
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