Read about stem cell research being conducted by world-class scientists and scholars at the University of Melbourne, and its impact on you.
Professor Melissa Little
Professor Melissa Little is at the forefront of research to find new therapies for kidney disease, thanks to her tiny, lab-grown organoids.
Associate Professor Clare Parish & Dr Lachlan Thompson
A bioengineering approach that supports survival of cells transplanted into the brain offers new hope of a treatment for Parkinson’s and other brain diseases.
Associate Professor Alice Pebay & Associate Professor Alex Hewitt
Induced pluripotent stem cells combined with state-of-the-art robotics offers new insights into eye disease.