The Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) was launched in 2004 with the express goal of pursuing the promise of stem cell science. In April 2019 we celebrate our 15th anniversary, and reflect on how far we have come.
Collaboration across Harvard
Our founding document listed 28 participating Harvard faculty, including co-founders Doug Melton and David Scadden. By May 2004 that list had expanded to 39 faculty, and in 2005 the number had almost doubled.
Startup Magenta Therapeutics licences technologies from Harvard, MGH, and Boston Children's that could transform treatment of blood diseases and immune disorders
Harvard University has completed a license agreement with Magenta Therapeutics, a new startup company launched in Cambridge, for a portfolio of technologies with the potential to transform blood stem cell transplants from a “treatment of last resort” into a safer, more efficient therapy for patients with blood diseases...