Fáilte chuig an Institiúid um Leigheas Athghiniúnach
Welcome to the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI®)

NUI Galway Rises in the Times Higher World Rankings

October 4th 2012

NUI Galway has risen by 31 places in the latest University World Rankings.

More info >>

Latest REMEDI Newsletter Now Available

October 1st 2012

REMEDI Newsletter issue 9 is now available for download.

More info >>

Electric repairs for heart damage?

September 27th 2012

A REMEDI research paper is featured in today's Irish Times.

More info >>

Resources for Back to School!

August 24th 2012

Check out these Back to School stem cell ideas for teachers and students.

More info >>

Making Gene and Cell Therapy Medicines a Reality

June 28th 2012

As part of the EuroScience Open Forum in Dublin (ESOF2012) the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) and the Irish Medicines Board (IMB) are jointly organizing a meeting on the theme of “Making Gene and Cell Therapy Medicines a Reality”.

More info >>

Royal Academy Success

June 21st 2012

Tara Sugrue (left), Dr Sonia Prado Lopez (right).

More info >>

Galway to host MSC 2012 Conference

May 4th 2012

Galway will be hosting a major conference on Mesenchymal Stem Cell Biology on July 2nd and 3rd 2012.

More info >>

REMEDI Announce Collaborations with Chinese Universities

March 28th 2012

REMEDI is delighted to announce collaborations with both Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the Fourth Medical Military University Hospital in Xi’an signed during the Trade and Investment Mission to Shanghai and Beijing this week by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister Richard Bruton TD.

More info >>

Research Breakthrough Shows Promise in Offsetting Cornea Transplant Rejection

February 14th 2012

Success rates for cornea transplants could be greatly improved following a major advance in genetically modifying donor corneas. Scientists at National University of Ireland Galway’s Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) have determined a method, in pre-clinical trials, to genetically modify donor corneas so that they are less likely to be rejected by the host immune system.

More info >>