The Research School in Stem Cell Biology is an academic consortium that focuses on excellence in research training and career development of young researchers. Our principal aim is to provide the next generation of stem cell scientist with an excellent starting platform for a successful career in the field of stem cell biology.
The Research School in Stem Cell Biology was established in 2006 as a joint initiative of the Linnaeus research environment Hemato-Linné (2006 - 2016) and the Stem Cell Center at Lund University. Since 2017, the Research School is supported by StemTherapy, a Strategic Research Area for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine.
The Research School in Stem Cell Biology seeks to become an internationally renowned platform for integrating research and education within the field of stem cell biology. Our vision is to create excellence in research education through a collegial and nurturing multidisciplinary scientific environment based on the guiding principles of scientific excellence, cooperation, professionalism and mutual respect.
Our mission is to educate the next generation of leading stem cell scientists. Our long-term commitment is to foster learning, discovery and debate in the field of stem cell research.
Financial and strategic support
Strategic decisions, budget approvals, quality assurance, future visions
Executive organ, implementation of scientific and strategic decisions, development of research training and career development programs