Expanded Access Protocol of Umbilical Cord Blood Infusion for Children with Neurological Conditions: An Update.

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10.1002/sct3.13016

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McLaughlin, Colleen, Tara West, Rachel Hollowell, Natalie Skergan, Paige Giguere, Richard Vinesett, Erin Arbuckle, Jayne Cash, et al. (2021). Expanded Access Protocol of Umbilical Cord Blood Infusion for Children with Neurological Conditions: An Update. Stem cells translational medicine, 10(S1). pp. S7–S8. 10.1002/sct3.13016 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/28313.

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Colleen A McLaughlin

Clinical Associate in the School of Nursing
Prasad

Vinod K. Prasad

Consulting Professor in the Department of Pediatrics

1. Expanding the role of umbilical cord blood transplants for inherited metabolic disorders.
2. Impact of histocompatibility and other determinants of alloreactivity on clinical outcomes of unrelated cord blood transplants.
3. Studies to analyse the impact of Killer Immunoglobulin receptors on the outcomes of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation utilizing haploidentical, CD34 selected, familial grafts.
4. Propective longitudinal study of serial monitoring of adenovirus in allogenic transpants(SMAART)patients.
5. Use of mesenchymal stem cells for the treatment of GVHD

Jessica Muller Sun

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

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