was born with spina bifida. At age 11 he received a regenerative medicine bladder grown from his own cells.
Now a sophomore at the University of Connecticut Lucas Massella tells his story.
Join us in San Francisco for the fourth annual REGMED2014, May 5-7, 2014.
The mission of the Regenerative Medicine Foundation is to accelerate the discovery and development of new therapies for disease and translate those therapies into treatments for patients through the science of regenerative medicine.
The Scientific Advisory Council provides scientific and clinical counsel and expertise to help the Foundation solidify its goals and initiatives
to the Regenerative Medicine Foundation, a not-for-profit organization created to advance new treatments and therapies based on tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. We believe that integrating life science and engineering disciplines will bring new clinical approaches to patients for the treatment of diseases affecting a wide range of tissues and organs.
1st Art Contest & Juried Scientist Museum Exhibition
The Art of Science, Under the Surface
Stem cells have essentially limitless potential - even as inspiring works of art! Announcing the 1st Art Contest & Museum Exhibition. Winners will be announced on March 20.
Join us in San Francisco for the fourth annual REGMEDCON2014, May 5-7, 2014.
RMF congratulates Yamanaka and Gurdon for earning the Nobel Prize for their stem cell work.
Stem Cells Translational Medicine (SCTM) Journal announced as official Journal of Regenerative Medicine Foundation.