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AijunWang,PhD
Stem Cell researcher, Bioengineer, Co-Director of the Surgical Bioengineering Laboratory, Dean’s Fellow, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis
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BakalLabICR - Cancer Morphodynamics Mar 8
Melanoma cells grab on collagen fibers in their environment and pull on them. By doing this these cells can reshape, and sculpt, the structure of the tissue to promote proliferation and invasion.
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Jeff Karp May 25
Advances in therapeutic applications of extracellular vesicles
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AijunWang,PhD Jul 9
Replying to @carney_lab
Haha you big nerd, Dr. Carney!
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AijunWang,PhD Jun 14
Wonderful news! Congratulations!!!
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UCDavisMedSchool Apr 30
We are excited to announce Allison Brashear, MD, MBA, professor and chair of the department of Neurology , has been appointed dean of :
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UC Davis Vet Med Apr 8
How to build interdisciplinary collaborations to benefit animal and human health? Start by getting people together to brainstorm!
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Paul Knoepfler Jan 13
Hi Arthur! 3 x good news stories on stem cells & regenerative med (link: ) … including study preclinical work in dogs on for spina bifida &
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UC Davis Stem Cell Feb 4
Congratulations to the Cell and Gene Therapy team at ! Potential long-term treatment of hemophilia A by neonatal co-transplantation of cord blood-derived endothelial colony-forming cells and placental mesenchymal stromal cells
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Jan Nolta, Ph.D. Feb 2
Congrats to Dr. Aijun Wang, Dr. Ping Zhou and team in Dept. Surgery and ⁦⁩ For this promising work! A, Cell Therapy May Offer Long-term Results, Study Finds
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Jan Nolta, Ph.D. Feb 20
To find trusted FDA-approved & clinical trials, please check out this site. Avoid unapproved “clinics” that can infect or harm you. We have an amazing CIRM Alpha Clinic here at Medical Center in Sacramento!
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Australian Disability Mar 7
Researchers on the path to finding a cure for have identified specific elements in stem cell secretions as key to protecting neurons and ultimately reducing the lower-limb paralysis associated with the birth defect.
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AijunWang,PhD Mar 8
A report on our recent studies on stem cell’s function in protecting neurons and their potential use for the treatment of spina bifida and other neurological diseases via
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Jan Nolta, Ph.D. Mar 7
Researchers aiming to cure get a step closer to their goal via
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UC Davis Surgery Mar 6
Our researchers lead by and are one step closer to their goal of curing spina bifida.
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UC Davis Research Mar 4
3D printing becoming a surgical game changer. Health physicians are using to enhance their capabilities and map out surgeries in ways that benefit patients and surgical outcomes
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UC Davis Surgery Feb 26
Watch Alex's story and see how his fetal surgery at UC Davis improved his spina bifida outcome
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Nicholas A. Peppas Jan 9
2nd Rock Stars of Regenerative Engineering Conference in SFO. Organized by Cato Laurencin with Jeff Hubbell D. Irvine, many others
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Johnathon Anderson, Ph.D. Feb 10
Dissecting 4 possible roles for stem cell therapy besides cell replacement via
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AijunWang,PhD Feb 15
Replying to @UCDavis_VIRC
Look at our canine heroes!
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Veterinary Institute for Regenerative Cures Feb 15
Arthur & Slughorn wish everyone a happy Presidents’ Day weekend! For more information on ’s bulldog clinical trial, email virc@ucdavis.edu. We are enrolling normal bulldog puppies as well for movement comparison. Join our canine hero crew!
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