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Tim Wang, Columbia University, was approached by the Editor of AJP
Tim Wang, Columbia University, was approached by the Editor of AJP to serve as Guest Editor for a series of reviews on ISCs.
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Congratulations to Meghan Capeling

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Congratulations to Meghan Capeling
Congratulations to Meghan Capeling (first author) along with Mike Czerwinski, Sha Huang, Yu-Hwai Tsai and Angeline Wu, on their paper ‘Nonadhesive Alginate Hydrogels Support Growth of Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Intestinal Organoids’ featuring the comparison of HIOs grown in alginate and matrigel under the direction of Michael Helmrath and Jason Spence.
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Amazing Science, Bold Medicine Center for Stem Cell and Organoid Medicine (CuSTOM)
A convergence of breakthroughs in stem cell technology and developmental biology has enabled CuSTOM Investigators (Helmrath, Well, et al) to make induced iPSCs and organoids from a patient’s own cells.
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ISCC Principal Investigator  Dr. Joyce Niland Honored by  City of Hope
At a ceremony on January 10, 2019, held at the Cooper Auditorium at City of Hope (COH) in Duarte, CA, Joyce C. Niland, Ph.D. became one of the three newest inductees to the Scientific Research Portrait Gallery.
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Welcome!

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The ISCC welcomes two new post docs to Ophir Klein’s Lab at UCSF. Teemu Hakkinen is from Aalto University and Chris Hsiung is from Stanford University. Best wishes for success in your research!
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Congratulations to Dr. Spence!

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Congratulations to Dr. Spence!
A hearty Congratulations to Jason Spence on receiving the University of Michigan’s 2018 Dean’s Award in Basic Science Research! This is a well-deserved honor to an exceptional scientist!
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Congratulations to three young investigators from the Klein Lab
Congratulations to these young investigators from the Klein Lab who have produced three publications this summer!
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CuSTOM Scientists Grow Human Esophagus Tissue

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CuSTOM Scientists Grow Human Esophagus Tissue
Fresh off the Presses! Dr. Jim Wells and other CuSTOM scientists at Cincinnati Children’s work to bioengineer the entire human gastrointestinal system in a laboratory.
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Congratulations to Meghan Capeling

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Congratulations to Meghan Capeling who recently passed her Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. qualifying exam! Meghan is one of 6 new members of the ISCC Research staff from the Spence lab.
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New Research Opens Door to Expanding Stem Cells available for Transplants
‘New Research Opens Door to Expanding Stem Cells available for Transplants’ was recently announced at Stowers Institute for Medical Research.  The recent research uncovers a new approach for expanding blood-forming, adult stem cells from human umbilical cord blood. This study, by Linheng Li, was published online in Cell Research Read News Article
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