The Bright Institute for Stem Cell Research Australasia (BISCRA) believes those who are sick and suffering are worthy of access to the best possible treatment and care based on safe, effective and current medical research.
BISCRA has been a work in progress for several years and we are proud to announce its recent establishment in March 2014. This team of passionate individuals have come together to share and develop research within the study of stem cell therapy. It is through BISCRA that we hope to advance the use of stem cell therapy for patients suffering from a variety of conditions.
BISCRA goals and objectives:
The Bright Institute for Stem Cell Research Australasia has an overarching goal of improving and advancing stem cell therapy within the country. They will achieve this through three main goals and objectives including:
- Carrying out and supporting research in the field
- Carrying out and supporting clinical trials in the field
- Publishing information relating to the outcomes of the research and clinical trials in the field, including publishing papers and presenting at conferences, conducting workshops and information seminars
BISCRA will also undertake the following activities to support its primary goals and objectives
- Collaborate on research and clinical trials in the Field with other research organisations and interested bodies
- Raise funds and accept donations to be used (100%) solely for the purpose of research and development
Dr Ralph Bright is very passionate about cellular therapy and the life-changing effects that stem cell therapy can provide. Dr Bright is the first doctor in Australia to inject adipose stromal cells into a human and has been heavily involved with stem cell research since 2009. He has been invited to numerous conferences worldwide as a guest speaker to present his knowledge and create awareness.
With the help of his dedicated team, Dr Bright provides training workshops and seminars for physicians, local and international. Today, there are over 5 clinics, within Australia, providing cellular therapy. BISCRA is currently in consultations with clinics and hospitals overseas as well.
To date, BISCRA answers over 1500 enquiries yearly on our Stem Cell Information Line (1300 STEM CELLS) at no charge to the public. We ensure that one of our qualified stem cell consultants will always be available to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
To learn more about the team and out work please visit:If you are interested in finding out more about the Bright Institute for Stem Cell Research Australasia please do not hesitate to contact us.