EU project LSFM4LIFE. A new video to raise awareness about Type 1 Diabetes (T1D)

Published in corecommmunique website. Written by Chawm Ganguly on March 16, 2018 In January 2018, the LSFM4LIFE project released a video on the project’s aim to cure Type 1 diabetes by growing in-vitro human pancreas organoids from adult stemcells. On march 16th, Chawm Ganguly, communicator, journalist and author posted the press release on the corecommmunique website. A platform that disseminate information …

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New promising research to cure Type 1 Diabetes for all

World Diabetes Day 2017 Diabetes currently affects over 246 million people in the world, and more than half of this amount are women. These rates are expected to increase to 313 million by 2040. Women with diabetes have an increased risk of early miscarriage, and diabetes is a cause of over 2.1 million deaths of women globally. All women with …

Organoids is a bet on which a lot of people invested – Organoidi, una scommessa bagnata da un diluvio di investimenti

Published in pagina99, an Italian online and offline. Written by Roberta Villa on June 02, 2016 The Italian online and printed magazine, Pagina99, has dedicated in June 2016, an article on organoids and more specifically on scientific institutes who are working hard to improve biomedical research. The article mentions the LSFLM4LIFE project and explains it shortly. The author of the article quotes Lorenza Lazzari, head of …

Dr. Pampaloni visits paediatric hospitals to talk about new T1D solutions

At the beginning of March 2017, Dr. Francesco Pampaloni, of the Goethe University Frankfurt, the LSFM4LIFE coordinator, visited three of the biggest paediatric hospitals and clinical research centers in Italy. The purpose of his venue was to inform paediatricians of the solutions LSFM4LIFE aims to bring to T1D patients using cellular therapy with adult stem cells. Hospitals visits Dr. Pampaloni started his visits by going …

PhD Corner: Interview of L.HOF and T.MORETH

    Lotta HOF is a PhD from Goethe University, in Frankfurt am Main. She studied molecular biology and molecular genetics in Chironomidae before specializing in “Cell Biology and Physiology” in master’s. Currently, she is working with the group of Prof. Stelzer on the LSFM4Life project, more precisely on the physical characterization of the pancreatic organoids in order to provide …