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  • 14 September, 2021
  • While the podcast is a fantastic extension of the journal, we are focused on publish high quality studies incorporating stem cells or their derivatives. This commitment is also reflected in our special issues, including the new one out today on organ-on-chip and microphysiological systems.
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  • Melissa H. Little
  • 10 August, 2021
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  • 3 August, 2021
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  • Melissa H. Little
  • 12 July, 2021
  • While we have this intense anticipation for stem cell products and therapies, we also have vulnerable patient populations increasingly challenged by the need to separate science from fiction. For nearly 20 years, we as ISSCR members have been the international voice of logic and moderation. As we move closer to delivery, we have an ongoing need to support this progress with appropriate ethics and research integrity.
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    Melissa H. Little Assumes New Role as President of the ISSCR

  • 2 July, 2021
  • The ISSCR is pleased to announce Melissa H. Little, PhD, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute and University of Melbourne, Australia, as president of the ISSCR Board of Directors.
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  • Christine Mummery

    Extraordinary Challenge. Extraordinary Achievement. 2020-2021: A Year in Review

  • 8 June, 2021
  • What an extraordinary year this has been for science. We witnessed an amazing international response for vaccine development to combat COVID-19. Never before has a drug passed so quickly from the bench through regulatory hurdles to beside. We saw science take center stage in the media as our community rose to the challenge of the pandemic. And, behind the headlines of COVID-19, we watched our colleagues pass major milestones in stem cell research and regenerative medicine.
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    Find Your Niche at ISSCR 2021

  • 9 March, 2021
  • This year at ISSCR Virtual 2021, you will see our sessions divided into five themes, designed not only to make the meeting more navigable, but also to help members of our community find fellow scientists, mentors, novel approaches, and new data most relevant to their work.
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    A New Frontier

  • 9 February, 2021
  • We are entering a new frontier of stem cell science and regenerative medicine. With it, comes new technology, insight, and greater biological understanding. So too, comes tough questions and challenges — ethics, regulation, equitable access to name a few.
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    Voting Now Open for 2021 ISSCR Board of Directors

  • 3 February, 2021
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    Strengthening the Field for the Future

  • 18 January, 2021
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    ISSCR Board Authors Commentary in Stem Cell Reports Responding to Flawed Study on Female Mentors and Mentees in Science

  • 12 January, 2021
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    ISSCR Announces Winners of Complimentary Registration for ISSCR 2021 in Hamburg, Germany

  • 9 July, 2020
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    Christine Mummery Becomes President of the ISSCR

  • 1 July, 2020
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    Remembering Dr. John Gearhart

  • 28 May, 2020
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    Stem Cell Scientists Worldwide Respond to ISSCR Survey During COVID-19 Pandemic

  • 6 May, 2020
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    ISSCR Takes 2020 Annual Meeting Virtual

  • 14 April, 2020
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    Stem Cell Science is a Global Endeavor

  • 5 March, 2020
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    Stem Cell Reports – Advancing Science and the Stem Cell Community

  • 11 February, 2020
  • This month’s message is from Martin Pera, Editor-in-Chief of Stem Cell Reports, the ISSCR’s online, open-access journal. The journal was started in 2013 and publishes high-quality, impactful scientific, and translational discoveries in stem cell science.
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    The “I” in the ISSCR

  • 15 January, 2020
  • The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) is just that, an international organization. We work across the globe to promote excellence in stem cell science and applications to human health. The society advances international initiatives including: policy and advocacy, professional standards, building working relationships to stay abreast of emerging areas of interest, and of course educational meetings.
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    Voting Now Open for 2020 Board of Directors

  • 10 January, 2020
  • Help to shape the future of your society by voting in the 2020 ISSCR Board of Directors election. Together, we offer a collaborative network and powerful resources to help members achieve personal objectives, foster the success of our field and contribute to the betterment of human health. This is your opportunity to make a difference.
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