Our Mission

Having fulfilled the promise of its first decade by advancing the understanding of the potential of stem cell biology, HSCI is now focused on bringing stem cell-based treatments to patients as quickly as possible. While continuing to advance scientific discovery, we are developing treatments for diseases of aging, the blood, metabolism, and neurological disorders. To accomplish this, we bring together more than 1,000 scientists in the schools and affiliated hospitals of Harvard, fund novel research, and implement new collaborative academic and industrial models.

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Public Events

2017 Oct 08

HUBweek 2017

Oct 08 (All day) to Oct 14 (All day)

Location: 

Various in Cambridge and Boston

Program under development - check back for more details!

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2017 Oct 10

The Organ Generation

8:30am to 10:00am

Location: 

Harvard Club of Boston, 374 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA

Today’s Generation of Scientists Innovating Approaches to the Donor Organ Shortage for Transplantation and Repair.

With more than 119,000 adults and children hoping for a life-saving organ on the national transplant waiting list and only 15,000 organ donors in a given year, the US suffers from a donor organ shortage. Those fortunate enough to receive an organ transplant may have to fight against their own bodies, which

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