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FGFR Syndromes virtual symposium planned

FGFR Syndromes virtual symposium planned

A virtual symposium on FGFR syndromes is planned for March 17-18, 2022. Dave Ornitz, who is a member of the Born a Hero Medical Advisory Board, will be presenting.
Kroll lab research featured in NPR podcast and AP article

Kroll lab research featured in NPR podcast and AP article (Links to an external site)

Research from the Kroll lab (Developmental Biology) was recently featured in an article from the Associated Press and The Takeaway podcast from NPR. This research, done in collaboration with Joe Dougherty’s lab, describes creating mouse models and iPSC lines carrying mutations for a patient’s mutations in MYT1L, to better understand autism. NPR podcast – https://www.npr.org/podcasts/381444253/pri-the-takeaway?utm_source=NPR
Greenberg awarded tenure

Greenberg awarded tenure

Congratulations to Michael Greenberg, PhD (Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics), who was promoted to associate professor with the granting to tenure!

Research

Our research draws on the expertise of faculty from basic science, engineering, and clinical departments to understand how to capitalize on the regenerative capabilities of the human body and recreate these processes ex vivo.

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Regenerative medicine faculty are mentors for PhD students from several programs in the Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences. Our center also provides postdoctoral training:

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