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New publication in Open Journal of Bioresources

New publication in Open Journal of Bioresources

Robert, E., Fontenille, C., Dalle, J.-H., de Latour, R.P. and Calmels, B., 2020. “CRYOSTEM Biobank: A National Prospective, Standardized Collection to Better Characterize Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Complications”. Open Journal of Bioresources,...

Launching CRYOSTEM Annual Call for Projects 2020

Launching CRYOSTEM Annual Call for Projects 2020

CRYOSTEM is launching its annual call for projects on the thematic of HSCT complications. Access to the unique European biological resources collection of transplanted patients enabling you to validate preliminary results on larger cohorts or to support the discovery...

New publication and scientific valorization

New publication and scientific valorization

#GVHD research & scientific valorization. Publication of a promising study led by Dr David Michonneau & using the CRYOSTEM collection to validate the reliability of experimental data.  https://go.nature.com/2RPcX2q

World marrow donor day 2019

World marrow donor day 2019

To thank all donors worldwide; Unrelated donors, family donors, cord blood donors, donors who already have donated, and donors who are on the global registry waiting to donate. To raise awareness among the general public and decision-makers about being a stem cell...

HTC Day 2019 – CRYOSTEM Scientific day – may, 14th 2019

HTC Day 2019 – CRYOSTEM Scientific day – may, 14th 2019

4th Edition of the HTC Project Scientific Day  #HTCDAY19 Organized by CRYOSTEM under the aegis of SFGM-TC – Maison de l’Amérique Latine, Paris Keynote Speakers : M. van den Brink, P.Reddy. Download the HTCDAY19 program —  Online registration form available...

HTC Project launches the GvHD Education Day

HTC Project launches the GvHD Education Day

HTC Project launches the GvHD Education Day, dedicated to technological advances to better understand, predict and treat GvHD. This event will take place on Thursday, February 14th, 2019 from 9:30 am to 5:15 pm at the Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris –...

HTC Project receives support from MSD France

HTC Project continues its good momentum and receives a donation of 500K € from MSD France as part of the CRYO-LEA research project, a collection of biological resources launched in 2018 to improve the management of patients treated for leukemia during childhood. Read...