It has always been a challenge to describe the Waisman Center on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus.
The telegram from President John F. Kennedy to University of Wisconsin President Fred Harrington was both eerie and visionary. Eerie because it was delivered Nov. 20, 1963 – just two days before Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas – and visionary because it seemed to anticipate the challenges confronting science in its quest to explore the human brain.
The long struggle to move the most versatile stem cells from the laboratory to the clinic got another boost with an $8.8 million contract award to the Waisman Clinical Biomanufacturing Facility at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
WiCell Research Institute and Waisman Clinical Biomanufacturing Facility offer new stem cell banks to support translational research through clinical applications The WiCell™ Research Institute and the Waisman Clinical Biomanufacturing Facility (WCBF) announced today the …