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2015 - 2016 Adjacent Possible Grants Awarded

Andrew Grande, MD

Evaluating the use of adeno-associated virus as a vehicle for reprogramming of reactive glial cells after stroke into neurons

Nobuaki Kikyo, MD, PhD

Regulation of a cluster of pluripotency genes by the novel noncoding RNA BDN

Walter Low, PhD

Interrogating Human Stem Cells for Engineering Human Organs/Cells via Blastocyst Complementation

 

Congratulations 2015 Graduates!

 2015 SCI MCB Graduates

Pictured L-R: Preethi Swaminathan, Rebecca Mahoney, Amrudha Mohan,
Sue Keirstead (faculty), Caitlin Hill, Carolina Ortiz-Cordero, Michael Lehrke
Not pictured: Laura Heiberger, Eric Espland, Cheng Yun Lee 

Come meet us at the Minnesota State Fair!

The University of Minnesota Stem Cell Institute offers fair-goers an opportunity to learn more about their bodies and health while glimpsing the future of regenerative medicine. Discover how scientists are making remarkable progress in science and medicine by using stem cells to learn about human development and to lay the groundwork for life-changing therapies that use the body's ability to heal itself. Researchers will guide fair-goers through a fascinating display of 3-D models, organs, and actual stem cells visible through a microscope. 

MN Fair 2014 SCI


Making connections!

Construction is in progress on making the skyway from the MTRF to the MRRC - the Biodiscovery District will be connected from end to end by November!

MTRF to MRRC

 


Wednesday Research Seminars will be back in the fall!

 To get to the MTRF: 

Take the East Bank Circulator Bus (#123) to stop #23, go west to the MTRF.
McGuire Translational Research Facility is just north of the TCF stadium,
west end of Biodiscovery District, 2001 6th St SE

  Crop MTRF map 9-2014 

Most seminars are broadcast via UMConnect.
https://umconnect.umn.edu/stemcellinstitute/

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