Cell technology in medicine

Department of Histology and Embryology

Responsible for implementation – Associate Professor Dovgalyuk A. I.

The course “Cellular Technologies in Medicine” focuses on the latest biotechnological developments, which are now actively used in regenerative medicine. The purpose of studying this discipline is to master the concepts of embryonic, fetal, somatic and induced pluripotent stem cells, cell reprogramming; acquaintance with methods of genetic modification of cells, tissue engineering, principles of cell transplantation and monitoring the
regeneration of damaged organs.
Mastering the methods of isolation, cultivation and cryopreservation of human stem cells, cord blood, placenta and mammary teeth as the source of cells for possible autotransplantation will form the foundation for understanding the basics of cell therapy.