Dr. Ann Kiessling A noninvasive imaging method for predicting how human embryos will develop may improve the success and safety of in vitro fertilization. Read More
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Dr. Renee A. Reijo Pera’s 2009 Symposium Keynote talk has been posted to our site! Dr. Pera leads the audience through a description of early egg development, and then expands on the topic of cell determination, discussing her research and findings in this area. An excellent talk for anybody interested in Stem Cell Research, Dr….
This past week (June 16-19) in San Francisco, Bedford Research Foundation had a booth at the ISSCR (International Society for Stem Cell Research) 8th annual conference. We joined over 3,500 scientists, students and advisers attending the meeting from around the world. The conference boasted more than 200 talks, and some eye opening research from scientists such…
Day Two: April 23, 2010 Our second day of the International Conference of Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine for Neurodegenerative Diseasesbegan with a talk by Dr. Wise Young, of Rutgers University (USA), entitled, “Lithium Effects on Blood and Brain Stem Cells,” in it he summarized the clinical trial design for using umbilical cord blood stem…Read More›
April 22, 2010 The first day of the International Conference of Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine for Neurodegenerative Diseases began with a full auditorium in the beautiful and immaculate Tzu Chi Hospital conference center. The conference was opened by Dr. Ann Kiessling and Dr. Ming-Hwang Shyr (Superintendent of Tzu Chi General Hospital) together they emphasized…Read More›
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE EARLY HUMAN EMBRYOS MAKE “MISTAKES” AS A MATTER OF SURVIVAL, COULD BE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING STEM CELL DEVELOPMENT Early human embryos may be naturally prone to making mistakes in chromosome allocation to new cells, according to a report by Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation scientists. Their new findings indicate rapid increases in…Read More›
Bedford Research Foundation Dr. Ann A. Kiessling Photo by Blake Gardner (hi-res jpg) This is the twelfth year this award has been presented and the first year it has been awarded to a female scientist. This year, the award recognizes significant contributions to the field of assisted human reproduction. This international honor reflects Dr….
For Immediate Release: The Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation awards Representative Daniel E. Bosley (1st Berkshire) with a Certificate of Appreciation at the Activated Egg Symposium 2009. The Foundation honored Representative Daniel E. Bosley in recognition of his dedication and tireless efforts on behalf of Stem Cell Science and Regenerative Medicine in Massachusetts. “Representative Bosley…Read More›
Discussions will include estimates of time to develop new stem cell based therapies for degenerative diseases, including diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord diseases, AIDS and heart failure. At this crucial time, when the federal government is not funding any new human embryonic stem cell grants while federal guidelines are being organized, the Bedford Stem Cell Research…
Bedford Stem Cell Research Foundation For Immediate Release: Friday, Nov 6, 2009: Stem Cell scientists from major universities attend a conference of 100-scientists and invited guest in Weston, Massachusetts. Discussions will include estimates of time to develop new stem cell based therapies for degenerative diseases, including diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord diseases, AIDS…