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The Centre was established to investigate the therapeutic use of stem cells in tissue repair and disease. The goal is to combine research excellence in stem cell science with clinical translation, and to enhance, induce or transplant stem cells for patient benefit.

The Centre supports studies in the broader field of regenerative medicine and stem cell biology, combining stem cell science, biomaterials, tissue engineering, tissue regeneration, intelligent drug delivery, immunity and inflammation, and advanced surgery.

Research areas of interest include retinal diseases and degeneration, advanced therapies for vision loss, the role of spleen in hematopoiesis and sepsis, regeneration of spleen from stem cells, and enhancement of hematopoiesis during ageing and disease. 

An important long-term translational project has been the application of stem cell therapy to vision improvement in macular degeneration.



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