Published on
30 June 2009

Stem Cells: Principles and Politics, Pitfalls and Progress

By: Prof. Neil Scolding


Prof. Neil Scolding is currently Burden Professor of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Bristol
Seminar held on 30 June 2009

Neil Scolding trained in Medicine in Cardiff and in Neurology in Cardiff, Cambridge and Queen Square, London. He has been Burden Professor of Clinical Neurosciences in Bristol since 1999. He is also a past Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics. He has a clinical and research interest in multiple sclerosis, and in the development of adult stem cell therapies for MS and for other neurological diseases.

Professor Scolding delivered a discursive presentation with many overhead slides, which unfortunately we cannot display here. The general content of his talk can, however, be found in his article, The Stem Cell Wars Are Over.