Institutes break down walls between researchers in different fields. The Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine brings together research scientists from the University of Washington, Fred Hutch, and Seattle Children’s, opening up traditional compartmentalization and encouraging collaboration and discovery. With six UW schools/colleges and thirty-eight different departments represented, ISCRM is one of the largest institutes at the University of Washington. Partnering institutions share faculty and collaborate on research in stem cell and regenerative medicine. These partnerships, and less formal affiliations with individual scientists at other Seattle organizations, give ISCRM a robust network of colleagues and collaborators.

The Institute is located in Seattle’s vibrant South Lake Union (SLU) neighborhood, an urban hub for tech and biotech. ISCRM attracts researchers from around the world to work and study at its facilities and invites leaders in the field to deliver public lectures, encouraging global cross-pollination of ideas. Collaboration in discovery leads to a brighter future.

These organizations are our primary partners.

These University of Washington departments are affiliated with the Institute.