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ADVANCING REGENERATIVE MEDICINE THROUGH EXCELLENCE
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Announcements

Congratulations


Congratulations to Samantha Morris who was named one of five 2017 Vallee Foundation Scholars.

 

 

 

 

Center of Regenerative Medicine Symposium


Join us on December 12 from 2-5 pm in the FLTC for a poster session, Philip and Sima Needleman Graduate Student talks and the Distinguished Lecture in Regenerative Medicine by Elaine Fuchs

Events

• December 5: Jonathan Spalding-Metabolic controlof TH17 and induced Treg cell balance by an epigenetic mechanism- | 9:00am, Needelman Library

• December 7: Andrew Yoo - Neuronal Reprogramming of Human Adult Fibroblasts and Disease Modeling | 12pm, Cori Auditorium

• December 7: Laurie Boyer- Making and Breaking the Heart | 4pm, 801 CSRB NTA

• December 11: David Gutmann- Microglia as critical drivers of brain tumor biology | 12pm, Holden Auditorium, FLTC

• December 12: Matthew Rosene-Emergent cellular self organization and mechanosensation inititate pattern formation in the avian skin| 9 am, Needleman Library

Recent Publications

Abernathy DG, Wang TYoo AS et al. MicroRNAs Induce a Permissive Chromatin Environment that Enables Neuronal Subtype-Specific Reprogramming of Adult Human Fibroblasts. Cell Stem Cell 21:322-48, 2017. Paper

 

Nasrollahi S, Walter C, Loza AJ, Schimizzi GV, Longmore GD, Pathak A. Past matrix stiffness primes epithelial cells and regulates their future collective migration through a mechanical memory. Biomaterials. 146: 146-55, 2017. Paper

 

Zhou J, Zhang B, & Wang T et al. Tissue-specific DNA methylation is conserved across human, mouse, and rat, and driven by primary sequence conservation. BMC Genomics, 18:724, 2017. Paper

 

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