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ADVANCING REGENERATIVE MEDICINE THROUGH EXCELLENCE
IN EDUCATION AND COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH

 

Announcements

Congratulations


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

 

 

 

 

Congratulations


Congratulations to Benjamin Humphreys who was installed as the Jospeh P. Freidman Professor of Renal Diseases in Medicine.

Events

• November 13: Jeff Millbrandt - The broadening function of TIR domains - Innate immunity steps aside | 4:15pm, Moore Auditorium

• November 14: Sarah Waye - Comprehensive single-cell transcriptional profiling of a multicellular organism | 9am, Needleman Library, 3907 South Building

• November 20: Samantha Morris | 12pm, Needleman Library

• November 21: Mario Miranda - Frequency of mononuclear diploid cardiomyocytes underlies natural variation in heart regeneration | 9am, Needleman Library, 3907 South Building

• November 28: Ya-Lin Lu - Ancient selection for derived alleles at a GDF5 enhancer influencing human growth and osteoarthritis risk | 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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