Nearly 100 researchers, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students and bioscience industry representatives gathered at Hart House on March 10 to discuss cell transplantation in regenerative medicine, from basic science to translation.
Medicine by Design has joined stem cell and regenerative medicine leaders across the country to create the Regenerative Medicine Alliance of Canada, an organization that will support strategic activity and collaboration across the field.
A team from CCRM held a commercialization workshop on March 2 aimed at helping members of the Medicine by Design community take their discoveries from the laboratory to the market.
A unique collaboration between the Rotman School of Management and Medicine by Design has brought together MBA candidates and PhD students in health sciences and engineering to map the global ecosystem for regenerative medicine.
A technology that could increase the number of lungs available for transplantation and a stem-cell based treatment that has the potential to reverse heart failure are both a step closer to reality after winning Medicine by Design Clinical Translation and Commercialization Awards.
A thumb-sized silicone polymer chip that can mimic the complexity of the human gut may hold the key to understanding inflammatory bowel disease and offer better ways to test new drugs, a University of Texas at Austin researcher said at the inaugural Medicine by Design Speaker Series talk.
More than 250 researchers, students, and government and industry partners gathered for the inaugural Medicine by Design symposium on Nov. 28 to share research aimed at harnessing stem cells to treat conditions such as heart failure, liver disease and blindness.
Catch up on all the great talks at the 2016 Medicine by Design symposium in these sketches by research associate Maria Abou Chakra.
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Medicine by Design sponsored 24 trainees to attend the 2016 Till & McCulloch Meetings (TMM) in Whistler, B.C.
Molly Shoichet wins 2016 Till & McCulloch Award, and three trainees recognized for their research excellence.
Medicine by Design Executive Director Peter Zandstra talks about how bioengineers are working toward making cells the drug of the future in this new Research2Reality video.
More great talks on everything from stem cell tourism to cell therapy for ischemic cardiomyopathy, plus awards and a fond farewell to Whistler. See you next year in Mont-Tremblant!