Is immunoengineering the key to ensuring that cell therapies can treat disease?
Can turning off genetic switches in therapeutic cells help them avoid attack from the immune system?
Research team looks to blood for answers on why aging can cause inflammation and disease
This “revolutionizing biology” offers the promise of new treatments for diseases and conditions including inflammatory bowel disease and autism spectrum disorder.
Cross-cutting research makes promising strides toward clinical testing
Can we make lung transplants a thing of the past?
A research team is advancing two approaches to enhance neuroplasticity in the brain to regenerate cells lost or damaged by stroke.
Can nanotechology prevent a silent killer?
Research team’s ongoing work on using stem cells to encourage brain and muscle to self-repair has celebrated successes
An interdisciplinary team of scientists, funded by Medicine by Design, aims to use retinal stem cells to restore vision.
Team led by pioneering stem cell scientist is one step closer to the clinic with cell-based therapies for liver disease.
Medicine by Design-funded research team says the new treatment approach is not far from clinical trials. This is one of the ways Medicine by Design is transforming human health.