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SCRMC Updates

  • UW program for advanced cell therapy launches first clinical trial

    The UW Program for Advanced Cell Therapy (PACT) will conduct a study to examine a cutting-edge therapy to treat a viral infection faced by up to 50 percent of bone-marrow transplant recipients.

  • Video: Stem cell summer camp

    Every summer since 2007, students from some of the smallest high schools in Wisconsin have descended upon campus for the Morgridge Rural Summer Science Camp. The immersion program has allowed more than 500 high-academic achievers from across the state to spend a week learning from leaders in stem cell research. The students arrive passionate and motivated in science, but the hope is this deep dive into real research will seal the deal for a future scientific caree

  • Stem cells: Where are we going?

    Together with the University of Wisconsin-Madison, we look back on 20 years of stem cell research and see where we’re going next. Catch up on what’s happened since James Thomson’s prescient prediction that stem cells “will change medicine, period.”

  • UW–Madison Four-Part Video Series on Stem Cells

    Today we bring you the first in a series of four videos about stem cell research here at UW–Madison: how it started, what it’s achieved, and where it’s headed.

  • FCDI to build $21M stem cell production facility in Madison

    Fujifilm Cellular Dynamics Inc. (FCDI) plans to invest $21 million to create a facility in Madison for manufacturing stem cell therapies that can be used as regenerative medicine — cells that can repair or rebuild a patient’s diseased or damaged tissue.

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