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Based in Guy’s Hospital, the Centre acts as a focus for cutting-edge stem cell research taking place across King’s and its partner NHS Trusts, as part of King’s Health Partners.
Our research environment is enriched by expertise in pluripotent and adult tissue stem cells and includes researchers studying a range of diseases such as diabetes, skin fibrosis and acute liver failure.
One of the Centre’s innovative features is the ‘Stem Cell Hotel’ that provides dedicated laboratory space for collaborative studies of genotype/phenotype interactions in cells from healthy individuals and disease cohorts.
Cell Phenotyping Group - Davide Danovi
Trophoblast and human embryo lab
Stem cell-based models of neural circuits
Skin cellular identity and regeneration group
Pancreas Plasticity and Regeneration Lab
Reproductive biology and stem cells lab
Pancreas organogenesis and stem cells
Immune Cell-Stem Cell Crosstalk in Tissue Regeneration and Cancer Lab research page.
The Vigilante Lab in the Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine
Watt Lab Research Group
A list of Research Publications on the PURE portal for the Centre for Gene Therapy & Regenerative…
Series consisting of research seminars by invited speakers from a wide variety of scientific…
Meet the people in the Centre for Gene Therapy & Regenerative Medicine
A forum for early career scientists to discuss recent data and learn about current topics in an…
Meet to chat about exciting recent developments in the field of stem cell research and beyond.
Public Engagement by the Centre for Gene Therapy & Regenerative Medicine
The Centre for Gene Therapy & Regenerative Medicine in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine…
29 August 2023
The innovative model will allow researchers to study neuromuscular diseases, such as Motor Neuron…
20 July 2023
Staff, students and alumni came together at the King’s Climate & Sustainability Awards 2023 to…
16 March 2023
Collaborators at King’s and UCL have published their findings on the tool which uses images to…
6 March 2023
King’s researchers have developed a microdevice which mimics how muscle cells and neurons grow in…