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Research Focus

Stem cells have the potential to treat conditions such as spinal cord injury, heart attacks, strokes, sports injuries, blindness, cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, bone and cartilage damage. Find out more about the latest research projects we support.

Heart Disease

A study investigating whether damage to the heart muscle caused by heart attack, can be prevented by using stem cells from the patients own bone marrow.

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Glaucoma

The latest findings from a project funded by the UK Stem Cell Foundation offers new hope to millions affected by glaucoma.

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Spinal Cord Repair

Professor Raisman has pioneered the use of olfactory ensheathing stem cells, taken from the patient’s own upper nasal passages, and used to help regrow nerve fibres.

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Thanks to Opus 2 International

Thanks to Opus 2 International

We'd like to thank the team from Opus 2 International, who recently held a Pot Luck Lunch to raise funds for UKSCF.

Thanks to Invictus Active

Thanks to Invictus Active

Thanks to Invictus Active, who have chosen to support UKSCF. Invictus Active sell a range of wheelchair equipment to help people get fit and active.

Skills Alliance - Corporate Partnership 2019/20

Skills Alliance - Corporate Partnership 2019/20

Skills Alliance told us: "The reason we exist and decided to partner with UKSCF is to support innovative health care, and help saving and improving patient’s lives. We are a life science recruitment agency counting many of the leading pharmaceutical, biotechnology, biopharma and CROs as our partners. We are proud to be contributing to the discovery, development and distribution of safe and effective therapeutics across the globe".

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