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Advancing and applying regenerative medicine

Regenerative medicine works to establish or restore normal function to damaged cells, tissues or organs. It has potential to revolutionise treatments or even provide cures for chronic and life-threatening diseases – but there are significant barriers, including high costs and a high risk of failure. 

We work to support the development of cell therapies – one of the most promising areas in regenerative medicine – all the way from fundamental biological research to the translation of novel findings into effective and economically viable technologies, therapies and companies. 

Our goals are to: 

  • Advance understanding of the biology of regenerative medicine 
  • Support innovation to deliver therapeutic breakthroughs 
  • Enable delivery of transformative treatments 
  • Spur ecosystem development for stem cell-based treatments