The CRM is looking for a Senior Scientist who will serve as the Director of our Human Cells, Tissues, and Organoids (hCTO) Core.
Thorold Theunissen, Assistant Professor of Developmental Biology, received the prestigious NIH DP2/New Innovator Award for his project “Resolving epigenetic instability during pluripotent state transitions: a roadmap for exploiting the biomedical potential of dynamic human stem cell states”.
Mayssa Mokalled, assistant professor of Developmental Biology, received her first R01 from NIH/NINDS for her project entitled “Mechanisms of glial bridging and neurogenesis during spinal cord regeneration in zebrafish”.
The CRM is pleased to partner with various departments and divisions to coordinate a cluster hire for an assistant professor (tenure track) in regenerative medicine. Review of applicants begins on October 15, 2019.
Congrats to Chuck Kaufman (Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine) on receiving his first NCI-funded R01using zebrafish to understand how melanoma is initiated.
We have opened our call for regenerative medicine seed grant applications. Deadline November 1.
Join us at Shaffer Courtyard at noon on September 19. RSVP to Mayssa Mokalled by August 30 to join.
Chia-Lung Wu, a postdoc in Farsh Guilak’s lab, was awarded a highly-competitive K99/R00 from NIAMS to understand the epigenetic regulation of chondrogenesis during development and directed differentiation.
Gretchen Meyer, Assistant Professor in Physical Therapy, received her first R01 from NIAMS, entitled, Promoting Muscle Regeneration Through Adipose Signaling.
The Center of Regenerative Medicine and the Musculoskeletal Research Center are teaming up for a second Musculoskeletal Biology & Regeneration Meeting, May 28-29, 2020. Keynotes by Vicki Rosen (Harvard) and Sean Morrison (UT Southwestern), abstract talks, and poster sessions!
Kory Lavine MD, PhD (Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology) has received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honor bestowed by the US government for early career researchers. Congrats, Kory!
The recent collaborative paper from the Humphreys and Morris labs, titled ‘Comparative Analysis and Refinement of Human PSC-Derived Kidney Organoid Differentiation with Single-Cell Transcriptomics’ was featured in ‘The Best of Cell Stem Cell 2018.’ The most-highly accessed papers of 2018 were included in this special issue. Congrats to everyone on the team!