A new report by NeuroInsights has just been published recently. It talks about using stem cells to treat a variety of neurological and psychiatry brain disorders. In the past, scientists have used stem cells for psychiatric disorders in animals. They were able to generate nerve cells that create dopamine and serotonin and implanted them into the brains of mice.

Other brain disorders may be ameliorated with stem cells. The report details new stem cell therapies for stroke, Alzheimer’s Parkinson’s, SCI, ALS, MS, retina and more. The report can be found at this link.


– Analyzes the scientific approaches and challenges to utilizing stem cells in the CNS
– Discusses trends and drivers including funding and regulatory issues
– Reveals promising treatment indications and pipelines
– Details cell therapies for Parkinson’s, SCI, stroke, Alzheimer’s, ALS, MS, retina and more
– Examines business models leveraging the promise of stem cells
– Sheds light on investment opportunities and risks
– Provides in-depth profiles of trendsetters and trailblazers