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StemCARE Collaborations

StemCARE collaborates with leading national and international institutions and research groups.

Ongoing exchange between researchers is pivotal for making important discoveries that will move the field of stem cell research and regenerative medicine forward.

Our directors are involved in various national and international networks and we are currently developing academic exchange programs for both scientists and PhD students with our partners.

We have collaborations with world leading research groups at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US); Stanford University (USA); ETH (Switzerland); EPFL (Switzerland); Seoul National University (Korea); University of Grenoble (France); Politecnico di Milano (Italy); University College London (UK); Max Planck Institute (Germany), University of Dammam (Saudi Arabia); Utrecht University (The Netherlands); The University of Copenhagen (Denmark); and the National University of Singapore.

A close partnership connects the Centre and the CSIRO’s Division of Materials Science and Engineering, with Professor Cooper-White being a CSIRO Office of the Chief Executive (OCE) Science Leader – only 13 OCE’s are appointed Australia-wide. Both PIs and students benefit from the active exchange and networking with the associated scientists.

We also host symposia, conferences and seminars and welcome researchers from all over the world to come and share their knowledge in our newly established stem cell ageing research seminar.

We are always looking for promising early career researchers and PhD candidates. Our centre will provide professional support for successful candidates in applying to various fellowship programs to enable their stay at StemCARE. If you are interested in working with us, please take a look at “vacant positions” or  contact us

We also welcome established scientists to participate in the centre’s research activities for short stays or sabbaticals. Please contact us for further information.

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