The transformation of stem cell biology discoveries into viable cellular technologies has enormous promise to revolutionize a range of applications for many aspects of society. As a result, stem cell research is on the verge of broadly impacting a number of fields, including regenerative medicine, drug discovery & development, cell-based diagnostics and cancer.

Quality Control

Monitoring of stem cell phenotype. 


Propagation. Successful derivation of stem cells requires subsequent propagation of the cells in phenotypic and karyotypic stable manners that avoid xenogeneic-derived products.  

Controlling Cell Fate

Environmental regulation of differentiation. 


Scalable processes. Successful translation of principles of stem cell propagation and differentiation must be transformed from bench-scale discovery into larger-scale systems capable of producing the volumes of cell derivatives necessary to supply commercially viable stem cell technologies.

Cell Separation

Downstream processing. 

Overview of Stem Cell Engineering @ MIT

Stem Cell Biomanufacturing IGERT graduate students are selected each fall semester for their first two years of graduate school.  Learn more.

Research Applications

Cell Replacment Therapies
Drug Discovery & Development
Tissue Repair Catalysts
Cancer Treatment
Cell-based Diagnostics