Panama College of Cell Science Lowers Tuition to $2,950 USD

May 1, 2016 Panama College of Cell Science returns to its roots, offering the tuition pricing that made us great: $2,950 USD with payment plan or $2,700 USD annually if paid in advance in a lump sum   Tuition fees include ALL textbooks and other learning materials. You will not have to pay anything further …

The Importance of the Paired Mice Experiments to Adult Stem Cell Therapy

Here at the Panama College of Cell Science, we have spent a good amount of time on the "Paired Mice " experiments. Although for our purposes, the seminal paper was issued over 10 years ago in 2005, the importance of the paired mice experiments has yet to be fully appreciated by clinicians, physicians, and clinical …

Stem Cell Musings- An Essay by Dr. Walter P. Drake, Director, Panama College of Cell Science

[Please Note: I am not opposed whatsoever to embryonic stem cell research which continues to lead to valuable understandings about cell-cell interactions. However, these synthetic laboratory models are not likely to lead to any patient therapies, which for many people, particularly patients with debilitating diseases,  is the most important goal of stem cell research.] It …

Why We Teach Adult Stem Cell Therapies At Our Graduate School

Repair Stem Cell Institute October Newsletter details some current adult stem cell treatments. And this is why, at the Panama College of Cell Science, our three year online PhD program introduces our graduate students to international stem cell therapies available now. Except of course in the United States, where few if any stem cell therapies …

Portable Stem Cell Expander Needed

Note to Students: A desk top adult stem cell multiplier apparatus is needed worldwide The website of the Drake Biomedical Institute recently published rudimentary design criteria for the Stem Cell Expresso Machine, a desk top stem cell expansion bioreactor for use in physicians' offices and small clinics. As Dr. Walter Drake has stated: "We do …

Online Biology Graduate Students Get Private Student Website

The Panama College of Cell Science has announced that it has developed a unique system for providing student content. Called a "private student portal", online biology students can access all their course content, syllabus for every course, downloadable resources and video links, assignments, academic records, and billing records. With this private web page, our students …

There is No Such Thing as an “Autologous Embryonic Stem Cell”

Even our graduate students know that!!! Here at the Panama College of Cell Science, we try to teach students to be specific regarding their use of terms. Even though our three year online PhD biology program is delivered online, yet, we try to approach stem cell science in a scholarly manner. Lately we have noticed …

New Course on Blood Is Added to Curriculum

The Panama College of Cell Science recently revised its 3 year online curriculum to include a new course: "Blood- Components, Separation, Labeling, and Culture". Because of the importance of the study of hematopoietic stem cells and mesenchymal stem cells, which can be harvested from the blood, the new course was added. "Blood is going to …

Panama College of Cell Science Announces Tuition Reduction

Tuition Reduced from $3,900 USD per year with payment plan to $2,950 USD per year, and Application Fee cancelled!! The Panama College of Cell Science, which offers the only 3 year doctoral degree in stem cell biology that can be completed entirely online via the internet, is pleased to announce a reduction in tuition fees. …

Welcome to Our Student Applicants from South Korea, India, and Nigeria

The Panama College of Cell Science is pleased by the interest shown in our program from applicants in South Korea, India, and Nigeria. More and more biology majors are realizing the exciting field of stem cell science is now opening and that this is a field well worth pursuing as an advanced degree. Manipal University …

Acting Dean of Panama College of Cell Science Resigns from the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR)

Dr. Walter P. Drake, Acting Dean of the Panama College of Cell Science, resigned his membership in the ISSCR. In a letter directed to the President of the International Society for Stem Cell Research, he criticized the organization for its one sided support of embryonic stem cell research to the exclusion of research with adult …