Royan institute for Stem Cell Biology and Technology (RI-SCBT)
RI-SCBT, first, as the "Department of Stem Cells" was established in 2002 to advance researches on biology and technology of Embryonic stem Cells, Induced pluripotent stem cells, Germ line Stem Cells, Adult Stem Cells, Cancer Stem Cells, and Cord Blood Stem Cells.
Our vision is to efficiently put stem cell research findings into operation in disease treatment to increase the level of health.
Our mission at RI-SCBT is to generate insights into the biology of stem cells through basic research and to provide the foundation needed for novel therapies from regenerative medicine.
The Institute is providing a comprehensive and coordinated "bench to bedside" approach to regenerative medicine, including a greater understanding of fundamental biology of stem cells, developmental biology, tissue engineering programs, the development of translational research of stem cell therapeutics, and administration of new cell therapies approaches that can restore tissue function to patients.
The "RI-SCBT " consists of three departments and one center including Department of Stem Cells and Developmental Biology, Department of Molecular Systems Biology, Department of Regenerative Medicine, and Cell Therapy Center.