Related projects

We work closely with other EU-funded stem cell research projects. We believe that working together will help drive scientific progress. We collaborate on training, scientific meetings and events for the public.

The European Consortium for Communicating Stem Cell Research
EuroStemCell communicates the latest stem cell science to a wide range of audiences, providing tailored information for researchers and non-scientists. Its website - www.eurostemcell.org - is a European portal for information on stem cells and regenerative medicine. The site includes FAQs, commentaries on the latest developments in stem cell science and a series of award-winning stem cell films for the non-specialist. It offers expert commentary, a technical discussion forum and opportunities for everyone to contribute their own comments.


 

 

European Consortium for Stem Cell Therapy in Neurodegenerative Diseases
NeuroStemcell combines the expertise of 13 academic partners and three small-to-medium businesses from six countries. Its research focuses on stem-cell-based therapies for Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases.

 

European Federation for Systematic Stem Cell Biology
EuroSyStem is a partnership of 25 research groups in eight countries. Its researchers come from 14 academic institutions and two small-to-medium businesses. The project aims to answer fundamental questions about how stem cells work.

 

Advances with human embryonic stem cells
ESTOOLS brings together 21 academic and commercial research teams. The group is investigating the biology of human embryonic stem cells and the molecular circuitry that governs their differentiation into more specialized cell types.

 


Activation of vasculature associated stem cells and muscle stem cells for the repair and maintenance of muscle tissue
EndoStem is a partnership of European researchers focussed on skeletal muscle stem cells. The project is investigating how muscle stem cells behave in chronic disease and aging, and how this knowledge might be applied to develop treatments.