Advancing research & scholarship in the stem cell field while staying committed to a deep-rooted Catholic identity.

The Center for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Notre Dame is an interdisciplinary enterprise, bringing together biologists, biomolecular engineers, lawyers, philosophers, and theologians to advance the research and application of adult stem cells and induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells in a wide variety of organisms, while also stimulating the ethical and legal discussion associated with stem cells and their use.


Dr. David R. Hyde and team awarded over $1.9 million from the NIH as part of the audacious effort to reverse blindness

David R. Hyde, Ph.D.

Dr. David Hyde and his team have been awarded over $1.9 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to lead one of six projects planned to identify biological factors that influence neural regeneration in the retina.

The projects are part of the National Eye Institute (NEI) Audacious Goals Initiative (AGI), a targeted effort to restore vision by regenerating neurons and their connections in the eye and visual system. These six projects will receive a total of $12.4 million over three years, pending availability of funds.…

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ND Stem Cell Colloquium


Location: Auditorium, 105 Jordan Hall of Sciecne

The Notre Dame Stem Cell Colloquium is the perfect opportunity to learn about the innovative research in adult stem cells and iPS cells taking place on campus. 

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