The NUIG team were involved in the International Clinical Trials Open Day held on 20th May at the Health Research Board’s Clinical Research Facility in Galway. Autostem was one of a number of EU research projects highlighted on the day. The picture opposite shows the Mayor of Galway with members of the team from the[…]
AUTOSTEM was at the START (Schools Teaching Awareness of Randomised Trials) event in Galway today (19th May 2017). The START initiative is designed to help raise awareness of clinical trials and involves interactive workshops and an award ceremony for participating primary schools. For more about the event see here.
NUIG and Orbsen made a number of presentations relating to AUTOSTEM at the ISCT Annual Conference in London on 3 to 6 May. Prof Frank Barry presented during the session on “State of the art in European MSC clinical trials“. Prof Barry’s paper was entitled “MSC Biology and Manufacturing Challenges“. There were also 2 poster[…]
The project team are pleased to issue the first AUTOSTEM Newsletter (for Spring 2017). You can access the newsletter here. Contents in this edition include: AUTOSTEM At A Glance (a reminder of the project’s aims and objectives). The Story So Far (an update on progress to date in some of our key work-streams). Read All About[…]
Dr. Shibani Ratnayake recently participated in the 1st Eppendorf Stem Cell Community Day (Hamburg, Germany, 4 April 2017), where she represented Aston University and the AUTOSTEM project with a poster (image attached). The Stem Cell Community Day connected researchers from academia and industry from all over the world and showcased recent advances in the bioprocessing[…]
Members of the AUTOSTEM team met in London on 12 and 13 January to review progress and plan for the months ahead. The meeting was very successful, with a packed agenda and updates from all WPs. Highlights included a live demonstration of the marrow harvesting device and further advances on specific aspects of pipeline design.[…]