About us

Introduction.

The Spanish cell therapy network (TerCel) is a collaborative research project organized by the Spanish National Institute of Health Carlos III that started in 2003, to promote research in cell therapy and translate the scientific advances in this field to the clinic.

 

Based on a multidisciplinary approach and the interaction and cooperation between 33 groups of basic and clinical scientists across Spain, the main objective of TerCel is to develop new medical therapies based on the use of stem cells for cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative diseases and osteo-articular, immune-hematologic and metabolic diseases.