STROMALab Médecine régénératrice, thérapie cellulaire, cellules souches mésenchymateuses, tissu adipeux, moelle osseuse, réparation, régénération Regenerative medicine, cell therapy, mesenchymal stem cells, adipose tissue, bone marrow, repair, regeneration

Quentin SASTOURNE-ARREY wins the award for the best poster communication of the 15th SFM days

 

Our doctoral student Quentin SASTOURNE-ARREY was awarded the prize for the best communication posted during the 15th days of the Société Française de Myologie(French Myology Society) which took place in Colmar on 22,23 and 24 November 2017 thanks to his presentation entitled “Unexpected role of fat tissue in the process of muscle regeneration.”. Congratulations to him!

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Loïc FIEVET wins the oral communication award at the 17th SFGM-TC Congress

 

Our Doctoral student Loïc Fiévet was awarded the prize for oral communication at the 17th SFGM-TC Congress – Société Francophone de Greffe de Moelle et de Thérapie Cellulaire (French-speaking Society for Marrow Transplantation and Cell Therapy), held from 15 to 17 September 2017 in Nice, France, thanks to his presentation entitled “Génération d’ organoïdes de marelle osseuse à partir de cellules stromales mésenchymatuses humaines”(Generation of bone marrow organoids from human mesenchymal stromal cells). Congratulations to him!

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European Researchers’ Night 2017

 

Big success last night at the’ Mini Chercheurs’ stand of the Stromalab team where children (but also adults) came to meet the researchers.

Young aspiring “researchers” were able to discover how to obtain mesenchymal stem cells with powerful and varied therapeutic properties from adipose tissue.

The program: handling of the mouse stuffed animals, whose “operation” allowed the extraction of fat tissue, followed by a centrifugal passage to collect the stem cells to be grown in an oven before injecting them into a sick heart. Not to mention, of course, the careful and indispensable observation of our precious cells under the microscope.

After a mini quiz, a “research diploma” and game cards were awarded to the numerous winners.

Loïc Fiévet Laureate of the SFTS Young Researcher Award

 

Our Doctoral student Loïc Fiévet was awarded the young researcher prize at SFTS, the French Blood Transfusion Society, which took place from September 20-22nd 2017 in Bordeaux. Congratulations to him!

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