The multidisciplinary University of Toronto initiative is accelerating discoveries in regenerative medicine research to improve treatments for conditions such as heart failure, diabetes and stroke
Two new papers led by U of T Engineering grad students could lead to new cell therapies for boosting patients’ immune systems against disease, and for cancer immunotherapy, in which immune cells
Two multidisciplinary partnerships led by U of T Engineering researchers are developing implantable biomaterials that accelerate injury recovery, from car accidents to heart attacks.
“We are contributing something new by converging people from diverse disciplines — mathematics, the physical sciences, engineering, biology and medicine — around the big questions in regenerative
Pioneering stem-cell researcher developed hydrogel platform to deliver stem cells to brain and eyes, restoring vision by 15 per cent
Peter Zandstra recognized for contributions to development and commercialization of stem cell-based therapies
IBBME University Professor to receive Scale-Up and Manufacturing of Cell-Based Therapies Award at Engineering Conferences International