European Stem Cell Consortium for Neural Cell Replacement Reprogramming and Functional Brain Repair



European stem cell consortium for neural cell replacement, reprogramming and functional brain repair

is a 4-year FP7 European Union funded Project which has been awarded a total budget of 6 million €, led by Coordinator Prof. Elena Cattaneo – University of Milan and Deputy Coordinator Prof. Ernest Arenas – Karoliska Institutet. NeuroStemcellrepair, which comprises 8 academic partners and 3 SMEs and 1 Research Enterprise from 4 European countries is formed to create a world-leading consortium that aims at taking human stem cells through the final steps toward clinical application in cell replacement therapy for neurological disorders. Parkinson’s Disease will be taken as...
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Closing public event at the Accademia dei Lincei

Sept. 26th, 2017

Registration for the event STEM CELLS FOR NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES will open on Sept. 1st.

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Pope Francis meets Huntington’s patients and families

May 18th, 2017

On May 18th 2017, Pope Francis met a delegation of patients and families of the Huntington’s Community in the Vatican.

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Postdoc fellowship

October 2016

Single cell genome analysis of the human telencephalon and stem cell differentiation project - We are looking for a senior scientist, with scientific background and expertise in molecular biology, cell biology, as well as in genome editing.

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Advances in Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine – Conference

Heidelberg, May 23-26, 2017

Regenerative medicine is based on the ability of stem cells to repair tissue damage. The aim of this conference is to provide a comprehensive overview of various aspects of stem cell biology.

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The Joint European Stem Cell Consortia Meeting

Amsterdam, May 8/9th, 2017

The Joint Stem Cell Consortia meeting was an opportunity to network, showcase research and to discuss new prospects and future challenges in the field of stem cell research.

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Research activities are supported by Neurostemcellrepair (European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme grant agreement nr. 602278)

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