Researchers at U of T’s Medicine by Design scale up stem cell production

Medicine by Design researchers scaled up the production of human stem cells by growing them in large volumes of liquid, in suspension bioreactors (photo by James Poremba)

Yonatan Lipsitz became a biomedical engineer because he wanted to “see patients cured by new stem cell therapies.”

“That’s a real motivating factor for me,” says Lipsitz, a recent University of Toronto graduate whose PhD focused on growing stem cells in the lab on a much larger scale.

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