We have created with the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid (UAM) and its Foundation (FUSM) the first University Chair in Advanced Therapies based on cell secretomes
- The UAM-Peaches Chair will promote research and teaching in the areas of Cellular Therapy and Regenerative Medicine
- The progress achieved within the framework of the University Chair will benefit researchers and professionals in the surgical ground
Madrid, March 8, 2023. It’s been celebrated the signing ceremony of the UAM-PEACHES Chair was held between the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid (UAM), the Foundation of the UAM (FUAM) and Peaches Biotech Group with the goal of promoting research and teaching in the field of Cellular Therapy and Regenerative Medicine, particularly in mattersrelated to the development of new drugs for advanced therapies and specifically mesenchymal stem cells derived from adipose tissues and their production capacity.
The Chair, directed by professors Damián García Olmo and Mariano García Arranz, is linked to the Department of Surgery of the Faculty of Medicine of the UAM.
The event was attended by the Autonomous University of Madrid, Félix Zamora, Vice Chancellor for Innovation and Culture; José Ramón Seoane, general director of the FUAM; Carlos Félix Sánchez, dean of the Faculty of Medicine; professors Damián García and Mariano García, co-directors of the Chair and Iván Manzanares, technical director of CAITEC, FUAM.
On behalf of the Peaches Biotech Group, Juan Carlos de Gregorio Santos, CEO, and Juan Pedro Lapuente Fernández, CSO, attended.
Among the activities of the chair, the exchange of research experiences and knowledge between Peaches Biotech professionals and the professors and researchers of the Autonomous University of Madrid, interested in said exchange, is pursued, as well as carrying out postgraduate teaching activities related to Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine.
The UAM-Entity Chairs are a form of collaboration between the University and one or more companies or institutions that agree to collaborate in the development of teaching and research activities.