Washington University-Led Study Seeking Patients to Restore Arm and Hand Function Post-Spinal Cord Injury

Washington University-Led Study Seeking Patients to Restore Arm and Hand Function Post-Spinal Cord Injury

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is launching a multi-center clinical trial assessing whether the surgical rerouting of nerves can restore hand and arm function in people who have suffered spinal cord injuries in their necks. Apparently, some...
WUGEN’s UCART7 Built on Fratricide-Resistant & Allo-Tolerant CART-T Platform Targeting T-Cell Malignancies

WUGEN’s UCART7 Built on Fratricide-Resistant & Allo-Tolerant CART-T Platform Targeting T-Cell Malignancies

WUGEN Inc. was launched in 2018 to develop and commercialize a novel CAR-T therapy platform including “off-the-shelf” fratricide-resistant CAR-T cell therapy for T-cell malignancies. By securing an exclusive license agreement from Washington University in...
Washington University & Rush University Med. Center In Pursuit of Reprogramming Pancreatic Cancer—Phase I Clinical Trials Coming Soon

Washington University & Rush University Med. Center In Pursuit of Reprogramming Pancreatic Cancer—Phase I Clinical Trials Coming Soon

Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis and Rush University Medical Center, Chicago investigators have found that a type of white blood cell called tumor-associated macrophages that been deceived by pancreatic cancer cells into not attacking them can be...
Cellect & Washington University File IND & Prepare for Apograft Bone Marrow Transplantation Clinical Trials

Cellect & Washington University File IND & Prepare for Apograft Bone Marrow Transplantation Clinical Trials

Washington University St. Louis and moved closer to the commencement of their first clinical trial to test the safety and tolerability of the Apograft technology for bone marrow transplantations. A successful trial led by Investigators Zhifu Xiang and John Dipersio...

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