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Past Events

Free Webinar – June 20, 2017

Qasim RafiqWhy are we still using FBS in our processes?
Hosted by RegMedNet in association with Cook Regentec
LIVE event via webcam: Tuesday, June 20
Speaker: Dr. Qasim Rafiq, Associate Professor at University of College London
WATCH NOW ON DEMAND!

Presentation

Brad KingSan Francisco | May 17-19, 2017
Cellular Therapeutics in Trauma and Critical Care (CTTACC)
Presentation: 
Establishing Platelet Lysate as a Dependable Option for Enabling Cell Production
Speaker: Brad King, Director of Advanced Laboratory Products
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ISCT 2017 – May 3-6, 2017

Cook Regentec at ISCT• View our 2017 ISCT Posters; and
• See Cook Regentec’s booth in RegMedNet’s video conference report

Free Webinar – March 16, 2017

regmednet_webinar16MARInduced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) derived from patients with known genetic disease for modeling disease progression in vitro
Featuring: Jason S. Meyer, PhD, Associate Professor Biology, (Indiana University Purdue University) Read Transcript

Free Webinar – December 15, 2015

Pooled human platelet lysate: a viable alternative to FBS for 2D and 3D culture of mesenchymal stem cells
Featuring: Thomas Heathman, PhD researcher (Loughborough University)

News

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Post ISCT Review
Find answers to ISCT attendees’ questions, ask your own, and view related ISCT posters Read more…
May 11, 2017


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5 Days Until ISCT: Exclusive Preview
Time to scale up, decrease contamination risks, try an ethically sourced media supplement, and more! Read more…
April 27, 2017


NHLBI Small Business program supported development of new stem cell preservation technologies Stem cell preservation enables advances in regenerative medicine Read more… April 13, 2017 – National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)


Molly Busenbark, Cook RegentecMolly (Busenbark) took her M.A. in History to Cook Regentec As part of her studies in the M.A. in History program at the University of Indianapolis, Molly Busenbark completed her thesis on naval mutinies during WWI. The 2006 graduate now works as a Quality Assurance Specialist at Cook Regentec Read more… March 1, 2017 – A deeper look @UIndy – UIndy Blog


Cook Group boosts 16 tech campus $16.5M Indy expansion in works Read more… March 2017 – Biofutures , page 23


Introducing the CellSeal Automated Thawing System thawCook Regentec and Asymptote announced today the commercial launch of the CellSeal Automated Thawing System for effective, fully automated thawing in lab. Please read the press release for further information. November 29, 2016


Cook Group plans $16.5M local expansion, 82 jobs Bloomington-based Cook Group Inc. plans to spend about $16.5 million to expand its medical research and development facility in Indianapolis in a project that could create 82 jobs over the next five years. Read more… November 16, 2016 – IBJ


Erin’s Journey to Becoming Cancer-Free Through Seattle Children’s T-Cell Immunotherapy Trial CellSeal vial used in Seattle Children’s Hospital T-Cell Immotherapy Trial treating six-year-old Erin Cross of Chester, England. Watch interview November 13, 2016 – Seattle Children’s Hospital

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