Hirszfeld Institute of Immunology and Experimental Therapy, Iran
Prof. Andrzej Lange, MD, FRCP graduated with a medical degree with distinction from the Medical School in Wrocław, Poland is a professor in the Institute of Immunology and Exp Therapy of the Polish Academy of Sciences and a founder and head of the Lower Silesian Center of Cellular Transplantation in Wrocław. His international experience started in 1973 – 1974 as a Leverhulme Fellow in the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London. He has been a visitor and lectured in a number of European and North American scientific institutions. Known from his activity in the field of bone marrow transplantation and regenerative medicine.
Prof. Lange was awarded with several scientific distinctions and served to a number of National and European institutions being also active in co-editing journals. He is an author and co-author of 249 scientific papers, in peer-reviewed journals with a cumulative IF of 270 in the years 1995–2017.
Abstract : Bone marrow mononuclear cells if locally injected may bring relief to patients with critical limb ischemia or osteoarthrosis due to the presence of subpopulations specifically addressing the main symptoms