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Institute for Regenerative Medicine

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Established in 2007, Penn’s Institute for Regenerative Medicine (IRM) was formed to promote basic discoveries in stem cell biology and regeneration, and to translate those discoveries into new therapies that may alleviate suffering and disease. Researchers at the IRM seek an understanding of how cells and tissues are formed as well as how they can be repaired or replaced when damaged or lost due to injury, disease or aging. This field of medicine is called regenerative medicine.

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