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Free Public Seminar: Stem Cell Therapy for Neurological Disease

When: Monday 12 August Time: 5:30 – 6:30pm Where: Braggs Lecture Theatre, The Braggs Building, University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus Click here to view map Click here to register   Stem Cell Therapy for Neurological Disease Stem cells have been found in most organs of the adult human body. They have the potential to self-renew or multiply, and to regenerate […]

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Don’t Speak, silence for stroke

What would your life be like if you couldn’t speak?  What if you couldn’t express an opinion, ask a question or tell your children you love them? Peter Couche – and thousands of Australians like him – know. Every 10 minutes someone in Australia has a stroke and for most stroke sufferers, they are left […]

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The next big medical leap

South Australia’s Sunday Mail ran an insightful article about the hope stem cells provide and the exciting research happening here at the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Institute using adult stem cells. The article focuses on our innovative Stroke Research Program, lead by Associate Professor Simon Koblar (right), which is using adult stem cells from teeth as […]

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