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A germinal list of 2019 stem cell meetings and conferences

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Here is my initial list of 2019 Stem Cell Meetings & Conferences. Send me your listings if you don’t see your meeting here so I can start fleshing out the list more. Meeting listings are not endorsements and I try to make this list fairly comprehensive of as many stem cell meetings as I can. …

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2019 Stem Cell Meetings List

Here is our listing of 2019 Stem Cell Meetings & Conferences. Send me your listings if you don’t see your meeting here. Meeting listings are not endorsements and I try to make this list fairly comprehensive. January ARM Cell & Gene Therapies State of the Industry Briefing San Francisco, CA, USA (Held January 7, 2019) …

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Stem cell good news on biotechs & cool new organoid paper

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There’s some recent stem cell good news out there including new papers and biotech developments. The stem cell and regenerative medicine field is really diverse and runs the gamut from really worrying stuff to very exciting, legit developments. In this post, I’m going to focus on the encouraging recent developments. What do I see as …

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20 Stem Cell Person of The Year 2017 Award Nominees

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Nominations have closed for the 2017 Stem Cell Person of the Year Award and we have a great group of nominees. I’ve listed them below in alphabetical order, along with a bit of description of who they are, which includes in some cases the language used by the nominator(s). Where possible I’ve included a link …

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Stem cell therapy review of good news: UC Davis, Asterias, Cynata, Mesoblast, ViaCyte

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It’s a difficult, but very important road to conclusively prove that an investigational stem cell therapy is both safe and effective in order to get final approval FDA or equivalents in other countries. For this reason, it is beneficial to highlight even small, but positive steps forward including encouraging pre-clinical data. Today I’m doing a …

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Cynata stem cell trial update: CEO Ross Macdonald interview

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Stem cell clinical trials have a certain gravitational pull for me as I’m always fascinated by them and since the new Cynata trial is moving forward, I recently did an interview their CEO, Dr. Ross A. Macdonald to find out more. PK: Cynata’s recently initiated clinical trial aims to treat GVHD as have other stem …

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Brief update from Bob Lanza on Astellas stem cell program

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Late in 2015, one of the pioneering stem cell and regenerative medicine biotechs, Ocata Therapeutics (fka as ACT or Advanced Cell Technology) was acquired by Astellas Pharma. At the time of purchase, Ocata had a number of areas of focus, but was most closely followed for its development of human embryonic stem cell-based retinal pigmented epithelial …

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Horwitz Interview Zooms in on Allen Cell Institute: the GoogleMaps of Cells

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One of the most exciting developments in the biomedical sciences in 2014 was the announcement of the new Allen Institute for Cell Science. This new institute, which will be focused on cell biology, received $100 million in funding from high-tech pioneer and philanthropist, Paul Allen. I am very curious about how the institute will tackle cell …

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