Regenerative Medicine

The promising field of Regenerative Medicine is working to restore structure and function of damaged tissues and organs. And to create solutions for organs that become permanently damaged. This new technology is made possible by the isolation of human cells from a variety of sources in the human body.

When injured or invaded by disease, our bodies have the innate response to heal and defend. What if it were possible to harness the power of the body to heal and accelerate that power in a clinically relevant way? What if we could help the body heal better?


Regenerative medicine has the potential to solve the problem of the shortage of organs available for donation compared to the number of patients that require life-saving organ transplantation. Cell-based therapies promise to target challenging chronic conditions by arresting degeneration or restoring functionality.