Dr. Ratajczak is the Henry and Stella Hoenig Endowed Chair in Cancer Biology and the director of the Developmental Biology Research Program at the University of Louisville’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center. Dr. Ratajczak earned his M.D. degree at the Pomeranian Medical University, his Ph.D. and D.Sci degrees at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, Poland, and completed fellowships at the Polish Academy of Sciences and the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He is an internationally known investigator in the field of adult stem cell biology. His 2005 discovery of embryonic-like stem cells in adult tissues has the potential to revolutionize the field of regenerative medicine. This discovery provides an avenue to guide the development of new treatments for cancer, heart disease, eye disease, diabetes, and neurodegenerative disorders. Dr. Ratajczak has published more than 400 peer-reviewed papers and is the recipient of several prestigious national and international awards.
The Pontifical Council for Culture and NeoStem Announce Steps Forward in their Partnership to Advance Adult Stem Cell Research
VATICAN CITY, June 16, 2011 — NeoStem, Inc. (“NeoStem” or the “Company”) (NYSE Amex: NBS), an international biopharmaceutical company with product and service revenues, global research and development capabilities and operations in three distinct business units – U.S. adult stem … Continue reading →
Opening ceremony featuring Church officials
Expert presentation on the state of adult stem cell science
Interactive discussions on the scientific, cultural and ethical implications
Breakout sessions to formulate action steps within geographic regions
Unprecedented exposure through Vatican media collaborations