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|About||The 1000 scientists of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute are dedicated to using stem cell science to develop new treatments and cures for human disease.|
|Mission||A core component of Harvard stem cell science, the Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) is a unique scientific collaborative dedicated to using stem cell biology to develop new treatments and cures for disease. Bringing together more than 1000 scientists in the schools and affiliated hospitals of Harvard, HSCI funds novel research and implements new collaborative academic and industrial models for advancing stem cell biology into the clinic.|
To pursue the promise of stem cell and regenerative biology, in 2004, Harvard created a novel academic home for researchers and students, and a network of stem cell scientists extending from the University to its affiliated hospitals and the biomedical industry. Leveraging this unique environment, Harvard’s program has helped to change the paradigm for biomedical research and education by emphasizing cooperative teams and student participation in cutting-edge science.
The Harvard community consists of the largest concentration of biomedical researchers in the world, which allows us to advance stem cell biology and translational medicine in a way no other single entity can. Stem cell biologists across all the departments, schools, institutes, and affiliated hospitals of Harvard are able to collaborate on a daily basis with scientist-physicians, chemists, bioengineers, experts in business, law, and ethics, in order to develop tomorrow's treatments and cures today.