So I spoke with Dr Yuan out there in Taiwan recently, who's the dean of E-Da hospital/university, and has been doing a lot of work over the years into regenerative nerve therapy. Supposedly, he's had a lot of success lately with his work in (as I understand it with my limited Chinese), artificial nerve scaffolding across lesion sites followed with olfactory stem cell therapy in the form of extracted exosomes and miRNA (not the actual cells themselves, to avoid the risks inherent with that).

Unfortunately, I can't really seem to find much English literature on this, which seems odd given that this seems like a pretty big deal. Has anyone heard of him before, or the work that's been done in this field? Searching the CCC forums didn't seem to pop up his name either.