MERLIN researcher Steve Elliman of Orbsen Therapeutics presented at the 8th Annual UK MSC meeting hosted by REMEDI in Galway 29 – 30 Oct, 2014. To read more about the conference, and to see a list of the other speakers, click here.
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A new page dedicated to related publications has now gone live on the MERLIN site. This page can be accessed by following this link, and it will be updated throughout the project.
MERLIN recently received coverage on the Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis Support website. PSC Support is the UK charity dedicated to helping people affected by Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC). PSC Support is run by a small team of volunteers, totally funded from charitable donations, and here to help anyone affected by Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. Our objectives are to: provide […]
Project Partner Orbsen Therapeutics presented at the ISCT Paris Conference on April 22nd 2014, in a session entitled “EU funded projects in Cell Therapy”.
The Irish Times covered the MERLIN Project on April 22nd, 2014, in an article titled “Orbsen Therapeutics to take part in €6m liver disease clinical trial.” Article Abstract: Orbsen Therapeutics, a spin-out from NUI Galway’s Regenerative Medicine Institute (Remedi) has announced plans to partner with the University of Birmingham in a €6 million project to […]
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MERLIN partners meet in Birmingham, UK, on 10-11 February, 2014 to initiate the project.
The MERLIN project website is now launched. This website will support individuals trying to find out more about the project, and will provide both the public and other researchers with information about our plans, hypotheses, work and results.
- Promising results with cryopreservation reagents on organoids @RegMedNet t.co/dGrqvT1Bjd Time ago 19 Hours via Hootsuite
- At ILC 2018, this interview with Gideon M. Hirschfield, MD, PhD, Centre for Liver Research, University of Birmingha… t.co/Jf0xp8j3wX Time ago 2 Days via Twitter Web Client
- RT @XploreHealth_en: Why do new medicines cost so much, and what can we do about it? via @guardian > t.co/2BVddtnVnO Time ago 6 Days via Twitter for iPhone
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