Recent breakthroughs that leverage the power of stem cells allow scientists to create patient-specific models of tumors called organoids, which offer scientists an unlimited supply of tumor tissue for research. Join our Women’s Reproductive Cancers Initiative leaders in cancer research and treatment for an interactive discussion on emerging opportunities to personalize cancer treatments. Learn more and register.
Hear from members of the NYSCF community on their promising new projects to accelerate treatments and diagnostics for COVID-19. Watch here.
Live Research Updates
Learn from NYSCF scientists about the latest advancements in disease research in Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, women’s reproductive cancers and more via live webinars.
NYSCF’s Senior Vice President of Research Scott Noggle, PhD leads this interactive 45-minute webinar to learn what we know about the biology of COVID-19, how our lab is using stem cell models to study the infection and its effects, and how the NYSCF community is uniting to combat the pandemic. Watch recording here.
Join Dr. de Peppo for this 45-minute webinar to hear about what his innovative work means for the future of bone implants, along with the various challenges he has overcome to bring his research closer to the clinic. Watch here.
Read and watch interviews with NYSCF researchers & collaborators, explanations of scientific discoveries, and more!
Hear from researchers and clinicians about promising routes toward type 1 diabetes cures including cell replacement therapies. Click here to watch.
Emerging gene and stem cell therapies for Alzheimer’s are providing hope for this challenging and mysterious disease. Take a look at what the future holds and how exciting new research is getting us there. Click here to watch.
Learn from the top minds in the field about the latest breakthroughs in translational stem cell research, including how stem cells are being used to illuminate disease mechanisms, discover new therapies, and advance precision medicine. Read the highlights.
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