About American Cell Technology​

Why American Cell Technology?

American Cell Technology (ACT) provides a safe and trusted environment to store personal stem cells. Whether you’re saving the stem cells from the birth of a new family member or banking your own adult stem cells, American Cell Technology utilizes our proprietary xeno-free technology and GTP facility to take care of your cells. Doctors and scientists continue to advance the field of stem cell therapy. It’s become evident that your own cells have tremendous value for you. American Cell Technology grows millions of your own cells in a sterile environment, cryopreserves (freezes in liquid nitrogen) them and will make them available when requested in the future.

Your Personal Cells

Store your own cells, with your own DNA, only available for you.

Trusted By Thousands

Join the already thousands of people banking their cells with ACT

FDA Registered

ACT operates a cGTP compliant, ISO-7 certified, FDA-registered lab


ACT uses proprietary technology and the highest quality media when working with your cells

Meet Our Chief Scientific Officer

Elena Rusyn MD, PhD

Dr. Elena Rusyn is a medical scientist dedicated to enhancing the quality and extending the length of the human lifespan. She is Board Certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine and has more than 10 years of experience in stem cell research and over 25 years of medical and clinical research training.
Elena has an MD from the prestigious medical school of Bogomolets National Medical University in Kiev, Ukraine.  She completed her residency in Allergy and Immunology at the Academy of Postdoctoral Medical Training in Kiev. She continued her medical research and earned a doctorate in Allergy and Immunology with a subspecialty in Clinical Cardiology.  After moving to the United States, Elena completed postdoctoral training at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, which was followed by two years at Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital followed by one year at Gray Cancer Institute, London, UK and five years at Duke University Medical Center.
She spent a considerable amount of time developing expertise in the areas of anti-aging and regenerative medicine, woman's health, autoimmune disorders, nutrition, stem cell research, along with neurodegenerative and metabolic disorders. Her work has been published in high impact peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Cell Biology, Oncogene, Cancer Research, Cell Host and Microbe, Nutrition and Cancer, Pediatric Research and Journal of Immunology and Allergy.