|Category||Female Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)|
|Research Type||Basic Science / Translational|
|Keywords||Stem cells Regenerative pharmacology Electrical stimulation|
|Target Audience||Clinicians, researchers, and trainees interested in learning about current state of the art research into the next frontier of therapies for stress urinary incontinence.|
|Aims and Objectives|
The Aim of this workshop is to educate attendees on the latest research in regenerative medicine for stress urinary incontinence. Internationally renown researchers from around the world will present their work in the context of current clinical therapies for stress incontinence and current clinical trials. Promising research suggests that noncellular regenerative approaches have great promise for treating and preventing stress incontinence, as well as for reducing complications of surgical treatments such as mesh sling procedures. These promising therapies include regenerative electrical stimulation and regenerative pharmacologic approaches such as treating with estrogen, CXCR12, or the secretions of stem cells.