Education is an important part of our mission. In view of the growing stem cell market in the world, there is tremendous mismatch of demand and supply of qualified skilled personnel. We are therefore committed to provide a world-class education in Regenerative Medicine through our research Institute

School of Regenerative Medicine (SORM)

School of Regenerative Medicine (SORM) is one of the country's first stem cell training institute. Established in 2007, it has the following programs in Regenerative Medicine: MSc, Advanced Diploma, MPhil, and PhD. In addition to didactic and practical courses, it conducts annual workshops on stem cells and applications approved by ICMR with the objective of integrating education and research, and enhancing understanding of stem cells and their differentiation process required for the development of drug screening and therapies to treat human diseases. The curriculum of SORM is recognized internationally by reputed universities across Europe, Australia and USA.


Contact for further details:

Dr GopalPande

Professor & Dean,

School of Regenerative Medicine

GKVK Post, Bellary Road, Allalasandra, Near Hotel Royal Orchid,

Yelahanka, Bangalore – 560065

Landline - 080 28460671/81

Fax - 080 28460691


The company's lead product Stempeucel®, is ex-vivo cultured adult allogeneic mesenchymal stromal cells derived by using a novel pooling technology from multiple bone marrow donors and can be used as an 'off-the-shelf' cryopreserved stem cell product. FIRST stem cell based biological product to be approved by DCGI for limited marketing


Stempeucare® is a range of cosmetic products developed from adult stem cells derived Growth Factors/Cytokines cocktail for various derma applications including rejuvenation of aging skin, hair fall control & hair growth, under eye cream etc.


It is an automated, point-of-care medical device for isolation of therapeutic stem and stromal cells from aspirated fat/adipose tissue. Adipose tissue stroma is a rich source of mesenchymal stem cells and endothelial progenitor cells, as well as other tissue-building cells such as vascular smooth muscle cells, pericytes, pre-adipocytes and fibroblasts.