Overview

INTRODUCTION

Founded in 2016, Pathways to Stem Cell Science is a unique biotech-based, non-profit education and research institute located in Los Angeles, California. Our mission is to create real-world pathways to bioscience careers and support the advancement of stem cell science. We achieve these goals through a unique combination of educational programs and contract research services. Pathways to Stem Cell Science is the world’s only biotech-based education program for Pre-K to 12 and college students.

EDUCATION PROGRAMS

At Pathways to Stem Cell Science we offer an innovative pipeline of education programs for all grade levels Pre-K to 12 and college. These programs provide aspiring scientists with the real-world training, professional mentorship and career education needed to pursue employment in the biosciences industry. Our educational mission is to inspire, guide and prepare students for future bioscience careers. We also support the continuing education of professional scientists through specialized industry-level training courses.

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Our broad scientific mission is to advance stem cell science and regenerative medicine by lowering the barrier for working with stem cells. Our internal R&D program focuses on developing improved, cost-effective, labor-effective, and cGMP-compliant bioprocesses and methods.

We take part in cutting-edge stem cell research, working collaboratively with scientists in industry and academia from around the world. Our novel status as a non-profit allows us to provide comprehensive, low-cost support to other non-profits like universities and small research institutes.

We can provide a variety of contract research services including cell line development, cell line characterization, cell banking, production of genetically modified cell, differentiation into specific lineages, exosome isolation, assay development, and other specialty services.

Our Goals

Engagement

Inspire students of all ages to become lifelong bioscience learners and future bioscience professionals.

Real-World Education

Foster the real-world skills and experiences needed for bioscience careers.

Career Education

Equip students to develop viable career paths that lead to actual bioscience jobs.

Biotech Exposure

Broaden students understanding of the private sector science industries they are most likely to work for as adults.

Mentorship

Improve students understanding of bioscience career development through professional mentorship.

Diversity and Equity

Empower socioeconomically disadvantaged students to improve their lives through advanced education and employment.

Public Education & Outreach

Improve the public’s understanding of stem cell biology, bioscience careers and real-world science.

Stem Cell Science

Advance stem cell research by lowering the barrier to working with stem cells.

Regenerative Medicine

Support the development of stem cell and regenerative therapeis for unmet medical needs.

744

Students Trained

610

College Students

134

High School Students

77

School Courses Run

9

Years Experience

100

College Admission

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