Our mission is to enable patients
to access Regenerative Cures
“We are people for whom traditional medicine offers little or no hope of a cure.
By transforming the devastating label of “incurable” into the empowering affirmation of I’mCurable, we proclaim:
The right of every afflicted person
to access effective Regenerative Therapies
as soon as possible
Our commitment to supporting those working
to advance Regenerative Medicine
Our commitment to removing obstacles
in the path of Regenerative Cures
Our commitment to supporting each other
as a global community of patients,
relatives, and loved ones
We are driven by heartfelt love and compassion for those who suffer.
All we do is in service of patients and loved ones.
Honesty and Authenticity
We are genuinely committed to providing ethical, thoughtful, balanced, and grounded guidance.
We believe in the power of community to further our mission, and to heal and transform people and society.
Care and Respect
We are committed to treating everyone with great care and respect.
Everyone is welcome, and every patient has an a equal right to access cures, regardless of gender, race, nationality, or any other characteristic.
We are committed to staying in service in the long run, pushing the edges of medicine for generations to come.
The Arrival of Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative Medicine is a new paradigm of medicine that relies on stem cells capacity to regenerate, regrow, and fully heal damaged tissues and organs in our bodies.
Regenerative Therapies are the main source of hope for millions of people afflicted with conditions labeled as “incurable” by today’s medicine.
Examples include spinal cord injury, ALS, MS, Huntington’s disease, Alzheimer’s, and many more.
The core principles of Regenerative Medicine are rejuvenation, regeneration and replacement, are shifting the paradigm in healthcare from symptomatic treatment in the 20th century to curative treatment in the 21st century.
what we do
We provide a platform for patient groups to access and share vetted information, promote common goals, and engage with the Regenerative Medicine ecosystem.
Honest and Expert Guidance
We help patients find, discern and access legitimate, potential solutions by providing vetted, grounded information on breakthroughs, clinical trials and other available resources, as well as training on RegMed fundamentals so that patients themselves can navigate information with greater ease and knowledge.
Our StemJam music concerts series makes ImCurable patients visible to society, and builds mass awareness and support for the Regenerative Therapies they need.
Coming 2018, our patient-focused gatherings allow ImCurable patients and loved ones to learn, build community, and engage all the stakeholders in the Regenerative Medicine field..
ImCurable is a charitable organization.
We receive 501(c)3 nonprofit status through our Incubator Kumu
and its Fiscal Sponsor the Social Good Fund.
Founder and Executive Director
Alan is a humanitarian with over 10 years of experience working at the forefront of Regenerative Medicine advocacy. He is the former Associate Director of the Regenerative Medicine Foundation, and of the World Stem Cell Summit.
Cofounder and COO
Manuel is a world changer who has started a number of NGO’s and social businesses. He teaches Impact Entrepreneurship at UC Berkeley and other schools. He serves as Senior Director of Programs for the Regenerative Medicine Foundation, and the World Stem Cell Summit.
Julie G. Allickson, PhD
Translational Medicine Advisor
Julie is the Director of Translational Research at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
Anthony Atala, MD
Anthony is the Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
ImCurable Patient Advisor - Brain Trauma
Jaya is the mother of Jacob, who suffered a serious Traumatic Brain Injury in 2008. Following her son’s accident, Jaya quit her career as a research scientist at Schering-Plough (now Merck) R&D to apply her talents as a patient advocate in the brain injury field.
Stephen Minger, PhD
Stephen is the former Chief Scientist for Cellular Sciences at GE Healthcare Life Sciences, –and still a part-time Senior Consultant for GE– and the Director of SLM Blue Skies Innovations Ltd.
Jan Nolta, Ph.D
Jan is Professor Director of the Stem Cell Program at the UC Davis School of Medicine and Institute for Regenerative Cures. She’s Scientific Director of the UC Davis GMP Facility, and the Editor for Stem Cells.
Bernard Siegel, JD
Bernard is a Stem Cell policy pioneer, the Founder and Executive Director of of the Genetics Policy Institute (now Regenerative Medicine Foundation) and the Founder and Chair of the World Stem Cell Summit.
Asutosh T. Yagnik
Asutosh is an executive coach and a senior management consultant. He sits on the Steering Committee of the Vatican’s Regenerative Medicine conference.