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Sergiu Pasca
Faculty at Stanford University, physician by training. Building realistic models of the human brain from stem cells to understand development and disease.
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Sergiu Pasca Apr 18
Replying to @SamLanj @Sloan_Lab
Congratulations, Samantha! Terrific choice!
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Anca M. Pasca Apr 9
Our lab website is live! Come join our team! We are recruiting postdoctoral fellows, clinical fellows, residents and research scientists interested in neonatal brain development and injury!
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Nature Biotechnology Apr 3
Replying to @NatureBiotech
Polarizing brain organoids: Human brain are endowed with regional topography using engineered signaling centers
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Lorenz Apr 1
Our paper on generating topographically organized human forebrain organoids is out in NBT. For full text access see . Congrats to Gustav and the whole team. For an excellent News & Views on the paper see from
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Sergiu Pasca Mar 27
If you’re interested in learning about autism from clinical to genetics to neurobiology to therapies, consider this intense, one-week course ! Amazing list of speakers!
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Sergiu Pasca Mar 22
Congratulations to Rebecca Marton in the lab who recently defended her PhD thesis with (literally) a standing ovation! Very proud! Terrific scientist and this is just the beginning of many discoveries to come. Congrats!!
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Brunet Lab Mar 21
How is aging regulated in vertebrates? Are common themes emerging from genetic studies in mice, humans, and species with vastly different lifespans in nature? Our latest review is out! Huge congrats to , , and !!
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Julien Sage Mar 12
best way to end a day of work: calling a student to announce that they have been accepted at Stanford for their PhD and hear a scream of pure joy!
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Sergiu Pasca Mar 5
Looking fw to both the autism course this summer and the 3D brain conference this winter at !
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Sergiu Pasca Mar 4
Very much looking fw to this!
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Sergiu Pasca Mar 4
An amazing retreat indeed! Thank you &
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CZI Science Feb 26
Great first day at the CZI meeting! We heard from investigators about the exciting projects they’re working on, along with patient and clinical perspectives. Special thanks to patient advocate Brian Wallach () for sharing his story.
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Sergiu Pasca Feb 21
Thrilled to share the list of keynotes and the speakers for the 2nd edition of the conference on Human 3D Brain Models in December this year. Exciting agenda and science ahead!
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Fikri Birey Feb 14
LSRP positions available . Please RT!
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CIRM Feb 11
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Giuseppe Testa Jan 31
in our project with the great we will spearhead brain cortical organoids to transform developmental neurotoxicity making human-relevant insight count for the health of future generations
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Sergiu Pasca Jan 28
Replying to @PascaStanford
Stanford press release:
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Sergiu Pasca Jan 28
New lab paper showing derivation of oligodendrocytes in forebrain together with neurons and astrocytes. Work by the amazing Rebecca Marton and , & dedicated to Ben Barres:
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FENS Jan 23
Join the and attend a multitude of interesting lectures, such as Assembling 3D Brain Models to Study Human Development and Disease presented by Dr Sergiu Pasca . Register and apply for a travel grant at
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Sergiu Pasca Jan 23
Congratulations to our visionary Liqun Lu for his well deserved award .
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