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Migal project funded last January by BIRAX.

14 May, 2015

The BIRAX (Britain Israeli Research and Academic Exchange Partnership) Regenerative Medicine Initiative is a collaborative programme aiming to tackle some of the most challenging health conditions facing the world today, from heart disease to Parkinson’s and diabetes using . In 2014 British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced eight joint research projects to be conducted by scientists in Britain and Israel, applying cutting edge stem cell and related therapies to treat these chronic conditions. Among the projects selected for funding last January is a research titled: "Genetically-modified T cells for the protection of regenerated beta cells in type 1 diabetes" by Prof. Gideon Gross of MIGAL and Tel-Hai College and Prof. Susan Wong of Cardiff University.

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