The Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine brings together and supports brilliant researchers and clinicians in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine in order to accelerate discoveries from the lab through clinical trials to therapies and cures.
Historic $200 Million Commitment to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Fuels Advancements in Treatments and Cures
Inaugural Director Dennis Roop along with a team of visionaries has led the Gates Center’s construction from the ground up…
Thanks to the heartfelt and generous support of Gates Center friends Rhondda and the late Peter Grant and others, the Gates Summer Internship Program (GSIP), highlighted in this video, launches a new season. Each year, the program selects and encourages
outstanding undergraduates from around the country and beyond to consider careers in biomedical research and regenerative medicine.
The 2022 application period is currently closed. We will be accepting applications for the Class of 2023 in December 2022.
The Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine and its partners built the state-of-the-art Gates Biomanufacturing Facility in 2015 to be able to help on-and-off campus investigators translate innovative research discoveries into safe and effective cell therapy and protein products for use in clinical trials. We now have the manufacturing capability and campus infrastructure with which to benefit patients with no other viable therapeutic options!
The Gates Center community joins together annually to savor food and camaraderie and reflect upon the year’s progress and those who have made it possible. Enjoy this video recording of 2021’s celebratory gathering!
Although the Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine's mission is to support brilliant researchers and clinicians in order to accelerate their discoveries from the lab through clinical trials to therapies and cures, the Center does not provide direct patient care or conduct clinical trials.
To learn more about participating in clinical trials, please visit the campus research studies website.