The Cellular Anatomy of Regenerative Medicine

The Cellular Anatomy of Regenerative Medicine

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About this course

In this course, Matthew Murphy Ph.D., describes the basic science of regenerative medicine including: different cells and their sources; the biochemistry of different cellular components (such as cytokines and growth factors); the healing cascade as well as cell signaling. Also, a detailed focus on the history / evolution of regenerative medicine scientifically and regulatory issues.

Matt Murphy, Ph.D., currently providing technical support and project management in IV Solutions at ICU Medical (formerly Pfizer). Consultant for multiple medical device companies and clinics, supporting product development, clinical research, and regulatory submissions for biologics in regenerative medicine and anti-microbial products.

Specialties: Biomedical engineering, Chemical engineering, Product Development, R&D, Project Management, Medical Devices, Business Development and sales support, Adult Stem Cells, Cell Therapy, Polymers, Biomaterials, Drug Delivery, Materials Science, Regulatory Compliance.

Course content

Section 1

Lesson 1

Matt Murphy, PhD

Senior Scientist, ICU Medical Principal, Murphy Technology Consulting

Topic(s) of Interest

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a branch of translational research in tissue engineering and molecular biology which deals with the "process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function".

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