The Batman Project
Can lifestyle, diet and protective factors help us prevent severe complications of viral infections, and autoimmune diseases triggered by hyper-inflammatory and hyper-immune responses? I have been working at the forefront of the battle against Type 1 Diabetes, the tip of the iceberg of the Autoimmune Disease epidemics now affecting approximately 20% of the population with over 100 disease conditions.
I believe that pro-inflammatory diets and insufficient protective factors can predispose us to hyper-inflammatory and hyper-immune reactions that can result in an increased susceptibility to triggering events of autoimmunity. Similarly, these factors can increase the risk of life-threatening complications of viral infections, such as those associated with severe cases of COVID-19.
While we are working to treat autoimmune diseases such as Type 1 Diabetes and severe cases of COVID-19 with anti-inflammatory and immuno-modulating stem cell infusions we are launching an international collaboration (The Batman Project) to study how bioactive dietary components and protective factors could complement healthy diets to modulate inflammation, immunity, and other variables associated with disease progression.
Quando anni fa abbiamo lanciato un’iniziativa internazionale senza precedenti per definire diete in grado di prevenire diverse condizioni di malattie croniche, è stato sorprendente per molti di noi realizzare che
When years ago we assembled an unprecedented international effort to define diets that could prevent several chronic disease conditions, it was surprising to many of us that similar guidelines and
Nutrizione e Fattori Protettivi dall’Epidemia delle Malattie Autoimmuni alla Pandemia COVID19: Cosa Possiamo Fare per Proteggerci e Prolungare la Vita Sana?
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Se per i casi più gravi si potranno usare le cellule staminali mesenchimali, cosa si puo’ fare come prevenzione, migliorando magari le nostre difese o resistenza al virus?(an extract of
Can Nutrition And Protective Factors Affect Diabetes, Autoimmunity, Chronic Disease Conditions And Healthspan: Implications For Resistance To Coronavirus Pandemics And Prevention Of Their Most Severe Complications
We are facing an increased incidence of chronic diseases, with projections that now, for the first time, new generations of children may be the first ones to have a shorter lifespan compared to
Camillo Ricordi, M.D.
Camillo Ricordi, M.D. is the Stacy Joy Goodman Professor of Surgery, Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, and Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Miami (UM), Florida, where he serves as Director of the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI; www.diabetesresearch.org) and the Cell Transplant Center. Ricordi has been serving as Responsible Head of the NIH funded cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) Human Cell Processing Facility (1993-present), for the manufacturing of advanced human cell and other biologic products, for research and clinical applications at UM, in the US and worldwide.