A team of researchers at the Allegheny Health Network Institute of Cellular Therapeutics is working to reduce those numbers, as they conduct critical research with the hopes that their discoveries will lead to novel, safe, and effective medical breakthroughs.
The Institute, founded in 2014 and led by world-renowned physician-scientist Massimo Trucco, MD, was created as part of AHN's broad vision to be a regional and national leader in the field of personalized cellular therapies.
Based on, and leveraging its research discoveries, the institute is at the forefront of developing innovative therapies that are safe and adaptable to treat other disorders that share common threads inside the immune system.
Patrick M. Hnidka, Administrative Supervisor Institute of Cellular Therapeutics
Allegheny Health Network
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