US Cooperative Partners on Clinical Trials
Stemedica has conducted 16 clinical trials worldwide, among which 6 occur in the United States in collaboration with well-known universities and medical institutions.
i Stanford University Medical Center
Stanford University Medical Center is a medical complex that includes Stanford Healthcare and Stanford Children's Health. It has been rated as one of the best hospitals in the United States and is the teaching hospital of the Stanford University School of Medicine.
ii Medical Center of Duke University
Duke University Medical Center, also known as Duke University Hospital, was established in 1930, second only to medical schools of Harvard and Johns Hopkins University, and is among the top three medical institutions in the United States. It offers 13 healthcare subjects targeted at adults and 10 targeted at children, and is prominent in the field of otolaryngology and psychiatry.
iii Cornell University
Cornell University is located in Ithaca, New York, USA. It is a world-renowned private research university, one of the 14 founding colleges of the American Association of Universities, and one of the eight members of the prestigious sports leagues Ivy League.
iv University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is currently the world's largest organ transplantation center, and has completed more than 12,000 organ transplantations to date. World's first kidney transplantation was performed here in 1964. World's first liver transplant surgery happened here in 1981. 1984 was the year that saw successful completion of world's first heart and liver transplant operations.
v Harvard University School of Medicine
Harvard University with world's top medical school has given birth to seven US presidents, forty Nobel Prize winners and thirty Pulitzer Prize winners. Harvard University School of Medicine is known worldwide for its superb medical technology and the limited number of students admitted each year.
vi University of Southern California
Founded in 1880, University of Southern California is the oldest top private research university on the West Coast of the United States. Located in Los Angeles, California, it’s a world-renowned institution of higher education, and was founded by the Supervisory Board in 1880. University of Southern California is the member of the American Association of Universities (AAU) and member of the Pacific Rim University Alliance.
vii Yale University
Yale University, located in New Haven, Connecticut, is a world-renowned private research university. It’s one of the 14 founding colleges of the American Association of Universities, and a member of the famous Ivy League School of Sports Federation. Yale’s lineup of professors, curriculum, and teaching facilities rank among the best worldwide.
viii University of Pennsylvania
Founded in 1740, the University of Pennsylvania is the fourth oldest institution of higher education and the first modern university in the United States. The most well-known subjects are business, law and medicine. It’s ranked among the best in the Ivy League school.
ix Emory University
Emory University was founded in 1836. It’s a top-ranked private institution recognized internationally and one of the 25 “New Ivy League” colleges in the United States. It is known as “Southern Harvard” and one of the world's leading healthcare systems, and is located on a beautiful campus in the George District, Atlanta.