The reach of the Taubman Institute extends beyond our scholars’ laboratories; we’re also funding the Consortium for Stem Cell Therapies, where stem cell lines are developed and distributed. The Consortium already has become a recognized leader, developing one of the nation’s first embryonic stem cell lines.
And in the spirit of sharing and collaboration, we’re facilitating the exchange of ideas among scientific colleagues from across campus and across the ocean by sponsoring opportunities for visionary scientists to share ideas and knowledge.
Current programs include our monthly Taubman Talks and the new Visiting Professor lecture series, which invites scientists nominated by Taubman Scholars to speak at public lectures on the Medical School campus.
Our Israel Initiative has brought eminent scientists from Israel to Ann Arbor for meetings with local researchers.
ALS patient feels great after stem cell transplant
Took part in Phase I of Dr. Eva Feldman's human clinical trial
Ted Harada tells Crain's Detroit Business that nearly nine months after receiving stem cell injections to his spinal cord, improvement persists.
The birth of two human clinical trials
The Taubman Institute’s overriding purpose is to discover potential new treatments that can be tested in clinical trials. Watch as two Taubman Scholars explain how they made it happen.
Institute training video helps physicians overseas
U-M exam method for diabetic nerve damage translated to Mandarin Chinese. The Taubman institute has produced video of an exam protocol that will help doctors in Asia and elsewhere as they grapple with growing diabetes epidemics and the resulting complications.
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Taubman Scholars direct 31 human clinical trials
Science funded by the Taubman Institute has led to 31 current human clinical trials, studying potential therapies for diseases including breast cancer, muscular dystrophy, diabetes and ALS. See the complete list of trials.
People who care
Generous donors fund institute's summer students
Leadership advisory board members fund Tauber Family Student Internship Program
Three future medical scientists will work with Taubman Institute researchers starting in June.
State leaders laud Taubman Institute accomplishments
Leaders of state and local government visited the Taubman Institute on March 18 to tour Taubman Scholar labs and discuss the potential medical research offers for both improving the health of residents and establishing new jobs and businesses in Michigan.