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The Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is a world-leading centre for stem cell research with a mission to transform human health through a deep understanding of stem cell biology. Their scientists study stem cell behaviour, both normal and pathological, and use their findings to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases.

They are based in the Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, bringing together scientists from multiple disciplines, operating across many tissues and at multiple scales. The Cambridge Stem Cell Institute comprises around 30 research groups with over 300 biological, clinical and physical scientists operating across a wide range of tissues and at multiple scales. Their research is based on three key areas: Stem Cell States, Stem Cells in Disease and Stem Cells & Therapeutics.

Learn more about the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.

Wider Impact

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Professor Bertie Göttgens

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Anthea Stanley