To be a central resource to the public and practitioners about the practice and science of Regenerative Medicine.
Setting of standard for the credentialing in Regenerative Medicine through examinations and certifications.
To establish accepted treatment protocols and act as the central resource in Regenerative Medicine.
Provision of training and medical education to its members.
To render assistance for its members as well as the public in the advocacy of Regenerative Medicine.
To help in developing and funding of scientific research and publication related to the specialty of Regenerative Medicine.
To help in creating formal academic training at academic institutions in the field of Regenerative Medicine.


Interdisciplinary: via fostering of respect for the experiences and views of practitioners of a broad range of medical specialties.
Integrity: evidenced by providing guidelines for the practice of evidence-based Medicine and promoting ethical values in the practice of Regenerative Medicine.
Innovative: demonstrated through the creation of a conducive environment for brainstorming and thinking creatively with the desire to obtain new answers and solutions th2at will bring about advancement in the practice and science of Regenerative Medicine.


ISSCA code of ethics emphasizes principles of morals, and its members make pledges to be of these ethical conducts as it relates to the practice of Regenerative Medicine:
Respect the dignity and privacy of all patients.
Uphold the principles, standards, and honor of the medical profession.
Continuously seek to advance and improve their skills and knowledge to the benefits of their parents and the community as a whole.
There is no justification for a physician who abandoned a patient.
A physician shall never promote or advertise their services in a manner that is misleading; prioritizing financial profit above what is accepted practice in Regenerative Medicine.
A physician must have utmost respect for all federal, state and local law about the practice of medicine and the law in general.
A physician shall always abide by the utmost ethical and moral standards, when participating in research.