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Regenerative Medicine: Mayo Clinic and Collaborators Develop New Tool for Transplanting Stem Cells
Mayo Clinic researchers and colleagues in Belgium have developed a specialized catheter for transplanting stem cells into the beating heart.
Grand Rounds (CME): Regenerative Paradigms: Towards Transforming Heart Failure Care
Philippe Menasche, M.D., Ph.D., presents Regenerative Paradigms: Towards Transforming Heart Failure Care.
Grand Rounds (CME): Mayo Genome Consortia (MayoGC): A resouce of Cost-Effective Genomics Research
Suzette Bielinski Ph.D., presents Mayo Genome Consortia (MayoGC): A resource of Cost-Effective Genomics Research.
New Study at the Center for Regenerative Medicine
The Center for Regenerative Medicine at Mayo Clinic investigates what advances of stem cell biology would be useful to apply in the treatment of patients with end stage diseases.
Cardiac Cell Repair Therapy: A Clinical Perspective
Dr. Bernard J. Gersh discusses his article, Cardiac Cell Repair Therapy: A Clinical Perspective, appearing in the October 2009 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
Drs. Terzic and Rakela during the World Stem Cell Summit
Dr. Jorge Rakela, associate director for the Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Andre Terzic, director of the Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine, talks about about Mayo Clinic is currently doing within stem cell research.
Dr. Andre Terzic Presents at the World Stem Cell Summit
Dr. Andre Terzic, director of the Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine, gives his presentation during "The Emergence of Academic Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institutes as Engines for Translational Progress"
The World Stem Cell Summit, December 3-5 in West Palm Beach, Fla. unites internationally renowned scientists, clinicians, students, policymakers, regulators, patient advocates, and philanthropists to share knowledge and advance collaborations ...
Making Stem Cell Therapy Safer
Mayo Clinic researchers have found a way to detect and eliminate potentially troublemaking stem cells to make stem cell therapy safer.
Physicians and researchers in the Center for Regenerative Medicine at Mayo Clinic say it has to do with developing completely new ways to treat and manage chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart failure, or even degenerative nerve, bone and joint conditions.