Mar 8

Amniotic Fluid Products Probably Don’t Contain Stem Cells, but May Still Modulate Healing

In vivo amniotic fluid is known to contain growth factors and mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which prior research has suggested may aid in tissue healing. Several companies have injectable amniotic fluid products  (AFPs) on the market based on this  prior research, but it’s unclear exactly what the composition of these AFPs is and whether they contain viable MSCs that could participate in healing. To clarify these lingering questions, upcoming TOBI conference speaker Dr. Panero and several of his colleagues at...

Mar 5

TOBI Faculty Publications: November 2017

Below is a resource of all November 2017 regenerative medicine publications authored by TOBI Speakers and Faculty, including alumni faculty. Each month, we compile a list with links and brief summaries of all new research and studies to keep TOBI community members informed and on the cutting edge of regenerative medicine research. Studies are listed alphabetically by TOBI Faculty names. If you are a TOBI Faculty member or alumni and would like your publications included in the TOBI monthly publications...

Nov 26

Mitchell Sheinkop, Orthopedic Surgeon, Professor RUSH University, visits Dr Steven Sampson, Orthohealing Center to collaborate in Clinical Research on Bone Marrow Concentration BMC, PRP Platelet Rich Plasma and regenerative medicine

Mitchell Sheinkop, Orthopedic Surgeon, Professor RUSH University, visits Dr Steven Sampson, Orthohealing Center to collaborate in Clinical Research on Bone Marrow Concentration BMC, PRP Platelet Rich Plasma and regenerative medicine Mitchell Sheinkop, M.D. is a board certified orthopedic surgeon and a leading authority on the treatment of patients with complex hip and knee disorders. He is well known for his pioneering use of computer-assisted navigation, minimally-invasive technologies and hip resurfacing techniques. He is a professor emeritus in the Department of...