Here is our listing of events related to the field of stem cell and regenerative medicine research.

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01/31
2022
Webinar

LDI Joint Cancer – Molecular and Regenerative Medicine Seminar: Dr. Jan Schuemann

“Multi-Scale Modeling of Radiation Therapy – Connecting Physics and Biology” Dr. Jan Schuemann, Ph.D. Associate…


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01/27
2022
Webinar

2022 MRM Talks: Dr. Terry Hébert and Kyla Bourque

The MRM Network presents: the MRM Talks. Join us every fourth Thursday at noon to…


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01/27
2022
Webinar

January iPSC Seminar: Early Drug Discovery Unit

Automated High-throughput synaptic screen in human-induced neurons Martin Berryer, Ph.D. The Broad Institute of Harvard…


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01/26
2022
Online

Human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSC) training course

  The Neuro, in collaboration with STEMCELL Technologies, will offer a comprehensive 3-day virtual workshop…


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01/17
2022
Webinar

LDI Joint Cancer – Molecular and Regenerative Medicine Seminar: Dr. Tuomas Tammela

“Molecular and Functional Interrogation of Highly Plastic Cancer Cell States” Dr. Tuomas Tammela, M.D., Ph.D….


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01/17
2022
Webinar

CHHD Program Seminar Series: Dr. Hans Clevers

Child Health and Human Development Program Seminar Series “Organoids to Model Human Disease” Hans Clevers,…


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01/15
2022
Webinar

CRISPR-Cas9 screening in haploid human embryonic stem cells to study early human development and virus-host interactions

“CRISPR-Cas9 screening in haploid human embryonic stem cells to study early human development and virus-host…


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12/17
2021
Webinar

LDI Joint Cancer – Molecular and Regenerative Medicine Seminar: Dr. Bernard Mari

“Non-Coding RNAs as Key Regulators of Fibrogenic Processes: Therapeutic Applications for Fibrotic Diseases and Cancers”…


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