RegMedNet is a community site that unites the diverse regenerative medicine community. Through partnership with our sister journal, Regenerative Medicine, we seek to educate and inspire to help this exciting field move forward at an even faster rate. On RegMedNet, you can find free educational webinars, expert opinion and insight, and exclusive peer-reviewed journal articles, as well as the latest news and advances. Every step in the regenerative medicine and cell therapy pipeline is covered on RegMedNet, from development, clinical trial and manufacture to regulation and commercialization. RegMedNet members have the opportunity to connect and collaborate with industry leaders and academic experts as well as publish their own articles without the wait.
United Kingdom Society for Biomaterials (UKSB)
The United Kingdom Society for Biomaterials (UKSB) was set up to serve the diverse, interdisciplinary biomaterials research community. This was in response to the findings of a joint working party of the Institute of Materials and the Institute of Physics & Engineering in Medicine. The UKSB is the democratic Society for the whole biomaterials community.
Irish Stem Cell Foundation
The Irish Stem Cell Foundation is an independent, non-profit medical research charity. Established in October 2009, it is composed of researchers, clinicians, patients advocates, patients, science communicators, bioethicists, lawyers, teachers, and studen ts.
Global Institute of Stem Cell Therapy and Research
GIOSTAR is a coalition of esteemed and illustrious scientific minds in the field of stem cell science, genetics and cancer research. GIOSTAR Chairman Dr. Anand Srivastva is credited for starting and establishing the field of stem cell science at the top universities of U.S.A. For over 15 years, GIOSTAR team of scientists and clinicians have been involved in the development and utilization of stem cell based clinical protocols related to stem cell transplants.
Biopeople is Denmark’s Life Science Cluster. We are located at the University of Copenhagen, acting as a neutral catalyst for collaboration between private enterprise and public research. Biopeople is co-founded by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. Our cluster partnership comprises all major public and private research and educational institutions, a large number of private companies plus the Danish Medicines Agency. We create inspiring meeting places, facilitate cross-disciplinary collaboration and stimulate innovation.
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