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UCLA Broad Stem Cell
Supporting innovation, excellence, and the highest ethical standards focused on taking stem cell discoveries from the lab to the patient. (RT≠endorsement)
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DDNews Online Jul 19
.@ChristokLab review metabolic hijacking by viruses; discuss viruses as analytical entry for Suggest need to ID key proteins involved in & for in vivo studies of metabolic rewiring
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UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center Jul 16
Congratulations to ’s Dr. Antoni Ribas who was honored with the Excellence in Medicine by for his contributions in developing new therapies for malignant melanoma.
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CIRM Jul 15
Dr. Don Kohn talks to students about the work he is doing with and
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PCF Science Jul 12
study in : Pan-cancer Convergence to a Small-Cell Neuroendocrine Phenotype that Shares Susceptibilities with Hematological Malignancies.
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Luis de la Torre-Ubieta Jul 11
Happy to share our collaborative new study profiling developing human neocortex with scRNAseq: . Insights into neurogenesis, cortical expansion and neuropsychiatric disease. Great work by !
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LabPulse Jul 10
UCLA molecular profiling study shows potential for development of tissue-agnostic therapies for small cell cancers, which are tough to treat.
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CIRM Jul 11
Answering the questions about the past, present and future of research and the Stem Cell Agency
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CMIT Jul 11
A wonderful talk by Prof. Reza Ardehali, Associate Professor, Cardiology; Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Physiology UCLA at Micro- Nanotechnologies for medicine Workshop
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Cancer Cell Jul 8
Graeber , Witte & co. reveal the pan-cancer convergence on a small-cell neuroendocrine phenotype with shared molecular programs and therapeutic vulnerabilities that are similar to hematological malignancies.
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UCLA Newsroom Jul 8
Similarities of small cell cancers to blood cancers could lead to better treatments.
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UCLA Broad Stem Cell Jul 8
Researchers from our center and have discovered that aggressive small cell cancers from a range of tissues share drug sensitivities with blood cancers. The findings, published in , could lead to new treatments for small cell cancers
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CIRM Jul 3
are the three things to keep in mind when looking at clinical trials vs sham treatments
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UCLA Newsroom Jul 2
Congratulations, professor Franco.
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Cancer Research Institute Jun 30
Chemical engineer Dr. Yvonne Chen of and seeks to build better CAR-T cells and is one of the first five researchers selected for CRI’s Lloyd J. Old STAR Program.
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Gladstone Institutes Jun 27
"When it comes to disease, are a game-changer," explains and President, Deepak Srivastava, to the
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Raeka Aiyar Jun 28
"One of the most important skills for is communication. It's the bread and butter of life. It is critical for managing an organization, seeking funding, and so much more," Rachel Haurwitz, CEO at the Women in Science luncheon
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ISSCR Jun 28
Excited to hear from women leaders in STEM at the first-time Women in Science luncheon.Sharing stories, communications tips, career advice. Christine Mummery, Rachel Haurwitz, Laura Mosqueda, Sally Temple :11:30 Petree Hall-ticket required
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vchang_lab Jun 27
Excellent talk by Heather Himburg from on inhibiting semaphorin to promote vascular and hematopoietic stem cell regeneration.
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ISSCR Jun 27
"I think it's a game-changer for how we approach human disease" comments on the impact of stem cell science on human health
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UCLA Broad Stem Cell Jun 27
Grace Hancock, a predoc in the lab of Amander Clark through our stem cell center training program, presents her work focused on primordial germ cell development at
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