Phoenix is the largest city of the US state of Arizona and the sixth most populous city in the USA. Phoenix also known as The Valley of the Sun has an active roll in Stem Cells Investigations and advances.
The Stem Cell research in Phoenix focus on better understanding how stem cells function, renew themselves and differentiate into different cell types. Phoenix researchers also study induced pluripotent stem cells to both improve technology and learn more about the cells themselves. With the discovery of this induced pluripotent stem cells, it is now possible to convert differentiated somatic cells into multipotent stem cells that have the capacity to generate all cell types of adult tissues. Thus, there are a wide variety of applications for this technology, including regenerative medicine and drug screening/discovery.
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The Arizona State University is the main institution of higher education in Phoenix and de ASU West Campus is one of the largest public universities in the US, with high leveled professionals like David Brafman who joined the Arizona State University as an assistant professor in january 2015. David’s laboratory uses an interdisciplinary approach that combines various aspects of developmental biology, genetic engineering, and bioinformatics to investigate the chemical, biological, and physical stimuli that govern human pluripotent stem cells. David’s laboratory uses these approaches to elucidate the mechanisms and design targeted therapies related to three disease areas—idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, heart failure, and Alzheimer’s disease. David’s work has been featured in many acclaimed journals such as Cell Reports, Cell Death and Differentiation, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Stem Cell Reports. The California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, National Science Foundation, and University of California Biotechnology and Research Program have funded David’s research.
Phoenix researches are also actively working to bring stem cell technologies and training to accessible treatments for diseases like Diabetes, COPD, Alzheimer and many other inflammatory and degenerative diseases.
Phoenix is also home to numerous other institutions of higher learning including the Barrow Neurological Institute, the world´s largest neurological disease treatment and research institution. Researchers at Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center have identified a new pathway of stem cell activity in the brain that represents potential targets of brain injuries affecting newborns. The recent study, which raises new questions of how the brain evolves, is published in the current issue of Nature, one of the world’s most cited scientific journals.
“New discoveries could enable repair of severe damage to the body through the abilities of stem cells to multiply and develop”, says Karmella Haynes, an assistant professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, one of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. “We may someday be able to use stem cells to repair, or even re-grow, lost organs or limbs for humans,” she says.
One of the most popular Newspapers in Phoenix, The Arizona Republic published in January 15, 2015: Stem-cell therapy clinic to open in Valley. The Lung Institute, a national clinic that uses adult stem cells extracted from fat and blood to treat pulmonary conditions, is set to open next month in Scottsdale, the for-profit company’s first location in the western United States. This is just an example of the fast growing area of Stem Cells.
Despite all the investigations and advances, Stem Cell therapy is not legally approved in Phoenix yet.
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