Harvard Medical School, which was founded in 1782 by Dr. John Warren, is one of the country’s oldest institutions of higher learning. The mission of this organisation, known as HMS for short, is to assemble a diverse group of outstanding individuals dedicated to alleviating human suffering as a result of various ailments. A Harvard Medical School faculty member named Jeffrey S. Flier serves as the organization’s Dean. This organisation, which has its headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, is dedicated to disseminating the best educational research and clinical care available. Enabling Stem Cell Therapeutics Through GPS is one of many events that this faculty has organised in the past, and the Quantitative Imaging Cytometry Symposium will be organised by HMS in the near future.