Mahliyah (Maple) Adkins-Threats, a DRSCB graduate student in Jason Mills’ lab, was awarded a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Congrats Maple!
Indira Mysorekar, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, received the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award from the WUSTL Graduate Student Senate. Congrats Indira!
On March 12, the Center of Regenerative Medicine hosted the 4th Annual Regenerative Medicine Symposium. We kicked things off with a poster session, followed by talks from our current Phil and Sima Needleman Fellows in Regenerative Medicine. The program concluded with a keynote lecture from Arturo Alvarez-Buylla (UCSF) on neurogenesis in adult mammals. Fellows, their […]
Thor Theunissen, CRM member and Assistant Professor of Developmental Biology, was interviewed in the March 7th issue of Cell Stem Cell as part of their “Advice for the next generation” series. Thor talks about preparing for interviews, starting his lab, and time management.
Join us for the 4th Annual Regenerative Medicine Symposium, featuring posters, Needleman Graduate Fellow talks, and a keynote lecture from Arturo Alvarez Buylla.
Ting Wang (Professor of Genetics) has been named the Sanford C. and Karen P. Loewentheil Distinguished Professor of Medicine. He and his team apply the tools of computer science to answer biological questions, conducting research that could help unravel the complex genetics of many diseases.
Research from Dr. Jianjun Guan (MEMS) was featured in the Feb 25 issue of The Record. Dr. Guan and his team are developing novel biomaterials to directly deliver therapies to the infarcted heart.
Samantha Morris, Assistant Professor of Genetics and of Developmental Biology, was awarded a 2019 Innovator Award from the Academy of Science in St. Louis. The Innovator Award recognizes a scientist or engineer – age 40 or under – who has demonstrated exceptional potential for future accomplishments in science, engineering or technology. Congratulations to Dr. Morris!
Dr. John DiPersio (Department of Medicine, Chief, Division of Oncology) will lead the first US Phase I/II clinical trial for ApoGraf, a stem cell selection technology developed by Cellect Biotechnology. ApoGraf is designed to prevent acute Graft vs. Host Disease following bone marrow transplant.
Dr. Steven Teitelbaum, the Wilma and Roswell Messing Professor of Pathology and Immunology and member of the Center of Regenerative Medicine, has been awarded the 2019 King Faisal International Prize in Medicine for his foundational research towards understanding how bones are built and broken down. Congratulations Dr. Teitelbaum!