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Stem-cell study grows too big for one department; UW builds collaborative programs

Madison, Wis. The University of Wisconsin-Madison is introducing two new stem-cell programs to lay the groundwork for future research and keep the university in a leading position.

Clive Svendsen, a professor of anatomy and neurology, said the university will create a regenerative medicine program and a postdoctoral research program focusing on cell-replacement therapies via stem ......

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Kamp said that establishing these programs will also help work through regenerative medicine's problems of being a long-term technology. Several regenerative projects will likely take between five and 20 years to show results, investors are not eager to support the science and it doesn't receive industry funding like drug tri......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 04/27/05


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