Regenerative Medicine

This page outlines the range of activities supported by the Academy to examine the current status of regenerative medicine research in the UK, and the barriers to its translation to the clinic.

Ongoing

Regenerative medicine is a branch of medicine that aims to replace or regenerate human cells or tissue to restore their normal function. It involves a variety of approaches, including the use of stem cells. Regenerative medicine is an early, but promising field of biomedical research that offers an opportunity to improve health care.  

This page outlines the range of activities supported by the Academy to examine the current status of regenerative medicine research in the UK, and the barriers to its translation to the clinic, including various workshops and a roundtable supported by the Academy.

Most recently, the Academy submitted a response to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee's inquiry into regenerative medicine. The response can be downloaded from the righthand side of the page.

BBSTEM mental health workshop for Black STEM researchers

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From Mentee to Mentor webinar - Alexis Hutson

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[Postponed] Improving translation of chronic pain research

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