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BMBF funded projects in stem cell research in the frame "Individualized Medicine"
 BMBF projects (DE):
- HIT-Tau
- StemNet
- iMACnet
- micro-iPS-Profiler
- MAIV
- Stabil-ICE
- HiPSTAR
- PancChip
- PDdementia
- Neuro2D3
- iCARE
- ReSight
- iPStemRNA

BMBF funded project for ELSA in stem cell research BMBF projects (DE)
- Multiple Risiken
- HumArGam
- PAMEP
- ClinhiPS
- MANIPS
- Retterbeziehungen

BMBF funded project for ELSA in genome editing  BMBF projects (DE)

 biotechnologie.de | the information portal

 Regenerative Medicine in Germany | biotechnologie.de

Commentary: European stem cell research in legal shackles (EMBO Journal)
     by: Nielen, M.G., de Vries, S.A. and Geijsen, N

 Repräsentative Umfrage zum Thema Stammzellforschung (DE)
Pressemeldung Kompetenznetzwerks Stammzellforschung NRW, 03/04/2014
Zusammenfassung der Umfrageergebnisse

Millimeterarbeit: Mini-Organe können bei Mukoviszidose helfen (DE)
 3 Sat Movie on using mini organs to test new drugs for treatment

ARTE TV:
Stem cell research - Horror or hope?
(in German)
Source:  Doku TV on YouTube
05.12.2013

Stem Cells in the EU: Northern and Central Markets
From: Enal Razvi, Ph.D.
Source:  genengnews.com, 18.09.2013
http://www.genengnews.com/...

Continued EU funding for stem cell research urged - ECI Petition "One-of-us"
Sources:

Forbes:
forbes.com, 21.04.2014
Nature:

 nature.com, 16.04.2014
EuroStemCell:
eurostemcell.org, 14.04.2014
New York Times:
 nytimes.com, 10.04.2014
Irisch National Public Radio:
 rte.de09.04.2014
Welcome Trust: Statement supporting funding for stem cell and reproductive health research in Europe 2014

 welcome.ac.uk, 09.04.2014;
 Welcome Trust statement
Science:
 sciencemag.org, 09.04.2014
Die Bürgerinitiative "Einer von uns" will der Forschung an embryonalen Stammzellen die europäische Förderung streichen.
Tagesspiegel:  tagesspiegel.de, 08.04.2014

Partners

Collaboration on scientific content:
 Schering Stiftung

 EuroStemCell

Movie production:
 Scinelion

Conference registration:
 SciSerTec-vCongress

Graphic design / Website design:
 Unicom Berlin

Website administration:
 BYTEFOREST

Further information:

Short movie about stem cells (source: Stem Cell Network - Canada)

Further information:

Controversial Cuts (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

Genome Editing (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

Stem cells from the factory (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

Research on pluripotency (GSCN Annual Magazine 2013/14)

Short movie about embryonic stem cells (source: Stem Cell Network - Canada)

Short movie about induced pluripotent cells (source: Stem Cell Network - Canada)

Further information:

Organoides: 3D miniatures are booming (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

Good models are needed (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

Model organisms (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

3D-Printing (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

Research on somatic stem cells and development (GSCN Annual Magazine 2013/14)

Short movie about neural stem cells (source: Stem Cell Network - Canada)

Short movie about retinal stem cells (source: Stem Cell Network - Canada)

Further information:

Short movie about hematopoietic stem cells (source: Stem Cell Network - Canada)

Short movie about stem cells (source: Stem Cell Network - Canada)

Further information:

Research on cancer stem cells in Germany (GSCN Annual Magazine 2013/14)

Short movie about cancer stem cells (source: Stem Cell Network - Canada)

Further information:

Cell therapies on trial (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

Stem cells from the factory (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

3D-Printing (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

Stem cells in regenerative therapies (GSCN Annual Magazine 2013/14)

Further information:

Hunt for new drugs (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

Organoides: 3D miniatures are booming (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

Good models are needed (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

Genome Editing (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

Stem cells from the factory (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

Stem cell banks (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

Research on stem cells in disease modeling and drug development (GSCN Annual Magazine 2013/14)

Review in Nature Reviews Drug Discovery (2015):
Stem-cell discovery platforms yield first clinical candidates
by Asher Mullard

GSCN Whitepaper on Funding

The working group "Funding Programs and Policies" has published a White Paper on the funding situation for stem cell research and regenerative medicine in Germany and in comparison to other leading countries (US, UK, Sweden and Japan). If you are interested to get printed documents please contact the GSCN central office (contact: GSCN Office).

Download Link

Information on stipends:

Stipendienlotse of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) (in German)

Research Careers - DFG, German Research Foundation

Further information:

 Stem cells needs flexible rules - Interview Egbert Flory (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

 Information on clinical trails worldwide at ClinicalTrials.gov

 Informations about clinical studies in Germany (KKS Netzwerk)

 ISSCR Releases Updated Guidelines for Stem Cell Science and Clinical Translation (ISSCR, 2016)

 Report from the CAT-DGTI-GSCN Workshop at the DGTI Annual Meeting 2014, Dresden: Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products: How to Bring Cell-Based Medicinal Products Successfully to the Market (Transfusion Medicine and Hemotherapy, Karger GmbH)

Recent reviews in Cell Stem Cell
 Stem Cell Therapies in Clinical Trials: Progress and Challenges
by Alan Trounson and Courtney McDonald

 From Dish to Bedside: Lessons Learned While Translating Findings from a Stem Cell Model of Disease to a Clinical Trial
by John McNeish, Jason P. Gardner, Brian J. Wainger, Clifford J. Woolf, and Kevin Eggan

Further information:

 For the Public

 Controversial Cuts (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

 Genome Editing (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

 Discussion paper: Ethical and legal assessment of genome edi ng in research on human cells (Leopoldina 2017)

GSCN Flyer (DE):
 Infomaterial

Further information:

 For the Public
Standard wording for informed consent:
 Download Mustertext here (DE, .docx)
English translation (for international use):
 Download English Mustertext here (EN, .docx).

 Controversial Cuts (GSCN Annual Magazine 2015/16)

 Genome Editing (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

 Discussion paper: Ethical and legal assessment of genome editing in research on human cells (Leopoldina 2017)

GSCN Flyer for Public Outreach(DE):
 Flyer

 

Further information:


Visit us at www.gscn.org!

Further information:

 Model organisms (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

 Measuring stem cells (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

 Bioinformatics analysis (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

 Genome Editing (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

 Stem cells from the factory (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

 Stem cell banks (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

 3D-Printing (GSCN Annual Magazine 2014/15)

Further information:

 Programm Propädeutikum

Anmeldungen bitte bei 
Prof. Dr. Tobias Cantz
Mail: cantz.tobias@mh-hannover.de

Further information:

National and international stipends
 Stipendienlotse of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) (DE)

DFG, German Research Foundation
 Research Careers

Funding Programs at the Helmholtz Association
 Funding programs on all career levels in the Helmholtz Association

Further information:

Information for the public on the GSCN site will be mainly developed in German,  Zu Stammzellen (DE).

For detailed information in English we refer to

 EuroStemCell:
The EU-funded project provides materials in different formats and films (YouTube-EuroStemCell) for different age groups.

 ISSCR Website 'A closer look at stem cell treatments' (Source: International Society for Stem Cell Research)

 Stem Cell Network - Canada:
The Canadian Stem Cell Network has developed a variety of information on stem cells and on stem cell treatments. We also recommend their educational movies on different issues around stem cells that can be found on  Vimeo - Stem Cell Network.

GSCN Flyer (DE):
 Infomaterial

Pluripotent Stem Cell Score Network

More information:

Forum 'Cell Stem Cell': Seven Actionable Strategies for Advancing Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine

Pdf of the presentation by Anke Raloff from the 4th Annual GSCN Conference, Hannover
Download here (in German)

Other Job Markets:

For international job offers in stem cell research please check out the  ISSCR Career Center

For jobs in transfusion medicine check out  DGTI Job Announcements (DE)

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