All disciplines under one roof
Regenerative medicine aims to tap into the body’s own capacities to repair and restore tissue and bring novel therapeutic benefit for both human and animal patients. The largest cluster of this promising field of research in the Netherland is located in Utrecht. We combine full bench to bedside capability with a variety of state of the art technologies, including biofabrication, gene editing, proteomics and imaging.
Regenerative medicine is well-organized in Utrecht. It brings promising medical innovations from the lab to the patient. In this interview with Prof. Bart Spee and Prof. Jos Malda, chair and vice-chair of the thematic community, we explore the collaborative power of the thematic community.
Regenerative Medicine board
Board members play an active role in facilitating strategic positioning and visibility of the community. Selected from a cross-section of the community, they are positioned to bring talented people together and to stimulate multidisciplinary research that help to strengthen the community.
We're accelerating the development of regenerative therapies
In Utrecht, we have the full bench to bedside capability and focus on three areas: CardioRenal Tissue Regneration, Musculoskeletal Tissue Regeneration and Stem Cell & Organoid Biology. These are supported by a variety of technologies, including biofabrication, gene editing, proteomics and imaging. We have the capacity to combine scientific findings with advanced technologies in order to create novel therapeutic benefit for both human and animal patients.