The Centre for Regenerative Medicine (CRM) is a research centre based at the University of Edinburgh's Institute for Regeneration and Repair.

Our Scientists and clinicians study stem cells, disease and tissue repair to advance human health. Research at the Centre is aimed at developing new treatments for major diseases including cancer, heart disease, liver failure, and degenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's.

The Centre is located at the Edinburgh BioQuarter, a site shared by the Royal Infirmary Hospital and the University's Clinical Research facilities. This makes us ideally placed to translate basic science into clinical therapies.

Find out more about stem cells and regenerative medicine.

Our research aims to develop new treatments for major diseases.

Learn about some of the ethical issues surrounding stem cells in medicine.

CRM recognises and supports the array of amazing and diverse individuals who work at the Centre.

History of CRM and University of Edinburgh stem cell research.

About the Edinburgh BioQuarter where CRM is located.

Join our team of academic, support and professional services staff.

You can tour our Centre here, with our guide Sophie Quick, who is a PhD student at the Centre.

The Centre for Regenerative Medicine is based at Edinburgh BioQuarter.