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Kyle Cetrulo

Parents Guide to Cord Blood


Kyle Cetrulo has extensive experience in the stem cell industry. For fifteen years, he worked for cord blood banks that were both domestic and international, operating as both public and private banks. Cetrulo has worked in many international markets, including Brazil, Venezuela, Greece, Peru, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Australia and Turkey. In 1998, Cetrulo became Director of the International Cord Blood Society (ICBS). During his tenure, he organized the 5th International Congress in 2002 and the 6th International Congress in 2004. These two congresses featured representatives from 23 countries. In 2006, Cetrulo served as the guest editor of an issue of the journal Stem Cell Reviews that focused on stem cells from the placenta and other pregnancy-related sources. In 2008, Cetrulo edited the book Perinatal Stem Cells, published by Wiley Press. A Second Edition of Perinatal Stem Cells came out in 2013. In 2008, Cetrulo founded the company Auxocell Laboratories Inc. (Auxocell), a leading stem cell therapeutic and regenerative medicine company located in Massachusetts. AuxoCell's primary research focus is to develop the enormous therapeutic potential of the primitive stem cells found in the Wharton's Jelly of the human umbilical cord. Cetrulo also co-founded the Perinatal Stem Cell Society in 2013, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing perinatal stem cell research on the path toward treatment. Cetrulo graduated from the University of San Francisco in 1998, where he majored in Communications. To learn more about cord blood banking, visit Parent's Guide to Cord Blood Foundation at

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