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  • Member Spotlight on Aaron Levine, PhD

    31 March, 2016
    At Georgia Tech, Aaron studies the effects of ethical controversy on biomedical research and healthcare. Read how his work has touched on many issues relevant to stem cell science, and why he traded pipetting and electron microscopy protocols for public policy.
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  • ISSCR announces RFP for European co-sponsorship of the 2021 annual meeting

    02 March, 2016
    The ISSCR annual meeting is a cornerstone of the Society. It provides a core forum for dissemination of ground-breaking research in all areas of stem cell science and translation, with participants from academic, industry, ethics and government settings world-wide. One of the Society’s objectives is to choose venues for the annual meeting that reflect its international character, as well as allowing the ISSCR to highlight the contributions of the scientific community in the host region.
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  • ISSCR Endorses Fetal Tissue Research as Essential

    26 February, 2016
    The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) is the world’s leading professional organization of stem cell scientists, representing more than 4,000 members in 45 U.S. states and 65 countries around the world. The ISSCR is opposed to recent efforts to inappropriately limit or prohibit biomedical research using fetal tissue. These proposals, if enacted, would obstruct critical biomedical research and inhibit efforts to improve human health. If enacted in the past, such limits would have delayed or prevented the development of therapies that have saved millions of lives.
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  • Member Spotlight on Kimberley Nicole Babos, BS

    26 February, 2016
    Growing up, former gymnast and current University of Southern California PhD Candidate Kimberley Nicole Babos, BS always wanted to be a medical doctor, not a scientist doctor (an important distinction for a 12 year old). Find out how identifying roadblocks to efficient induced motor neuron production became the unlikely crux of her PhD thesis in this month’s Member Spotlight.
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