Important Notice, May 3, 2015
If you have received an unsolicited check from NeuroRenew, Inc., please be aware that this is a fraudulent check. Someone has obtained our account information and is conducting a scam. The goal appears to be to have you cash the check and then send some of the money to them. Of course the check will come back because the account has been closed, and you will be out the money you sent the con artist. This is criminal fraudulent activity and if the US Postal Service was used, you can contact the US Postal Inspector to report mail fraud. Because the attempt is interstate, it is under Federal jurisdiction, so you can also report the fraud to the FBI.
The use of multipotent stem or progenitor cells offers great hope for treating injury or disease in many organ systems, including the brain and spinal cord. The development of therapeutic strategies for use of neural stem cells may rely on the ability to recruit endogenous neural stem cells within the adult brain or may be achieved through the transplantation of identified populations of neural stem cells into injured brain regions. Success in developing clinical treatments will depend upon basic research. NeuroRenew, Inc. offers expert consultation and training in the analysis of neural stem cells in animal models for academia or industry.
NeuroRenew, Inc. provides consultation and training for biomedical research into the use of stem cells for brain repair and in the regulation of neurogenesis in the adult brain. We are not involved in clinical trials at the present time.
NeuroRenew, Inc. also conducts intensive, multi-day, hands-on training workshops in the use of confocal microscopy and design-based stereology. These techniques are critical for cutting-edge qualitative and quantitative histological analysis for biomedical research. One day short courses may be offered in conjunction with major scientific meetings.
The 2016 Practical Workshop in Confocal Microscopy
and Quantitative Histology will be offered on
August 15-19, 2016
Register early as workshop capacity is limited to the first 30 registrants
See the Microscopy Workshops Page for more details and scholarship/registration deadlines.