New Director Named to the Stem Cell Institute
Pediatric blood and marrow transplant physician Jakub Tolar, M.D., Ph.D., has been named director of the University of Minnesota’s Stem Cell Institute. Read more>>
Dr. Tolar addressed the faculty, staff, and students of the SCI regarding his vision for the future direction of the Institute. Learn more>>
Treatments that Make a Difference
Researchers at the University of Minnesota Stem Cell Institute seek the treatments that will make a difference in quality of life for patients suffering from such diseases as Parkinson's, diabetes, heart disease, muscular dystrophy, and more.
In recognition of the seemingly unlimited potential of stem cells in the treatment of human and animal diseases, the University of Minnesota has made a significant capital investment of about $15 million in the Stem Cell Institute.
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NATIONAL PRIZE FOR
STEM CELL INSTITUTE
STEM CELL BIOLOGY
M.S. in Stem Cell Biology
May 8, 2013, Weekly Wednesday Seminar Guest: Malcolm Maden, Professor, University of Florida
"From Axolotls to Mice: Lessons in How to Regenerate Complex Structures"
Learn more about the Stem Cell Institute's new training program.