Yale Stem Cell Center
Welcome to Yale Stem Cell Center!
The mission of the Yale Stem Cell Center is to advance our understanding of stem cell biology and to harness its potential to improve human health.Our goals:
- Enrich basic understanding of stem and progenitor cells.
- Establish interdisciplinary, collaborations to develop stem cell therapies, and translate discoveries to clinical trials.
- Address ethical and policy issues.
- Foster understanding and awareness of stem cell biology to the public.
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- 5-147719http://player.vimeo.com/video/59083655One of the most critical biological advances in the past decade was the discovery that the introduction of four simple genetic factors can turn a fully mature adult cell back into an embryonic-like state, a process called reprogramming.Cellular Alchemy in ActionOne of the most critical biological advances in the past decade...(1:40)
- 5-128568http://youtu.be/4nZfM5Dy9jcValentina Greco and her research team watch stem cells at work regenerating tissue. Go to http://www.wtnh.com/dpp/news/health/stem-cell-research-underway-at-yale to see the WTNH coverage of this story.Looking Below the SurfaceValentina Greco and her research team watch stem cells at work...(4:07)
- 5-125769http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdXAldquzM4Yuan Gao, Diane Krause and colleagues discover a link to leukemia by revealing how megakaryocytes get so big. A March 2012 paper by Yale School of Medicine authors in the journal Developmental Cell elucidates several of the mechanisms that take place to prevent cytokinesis from occurring. These findings are relevant not only to normal hematopoiesis and the maturation process of normal megakaryocytes but also to leukemia. In megakaryoblastic leukemia, for example, cells don't fully mature. The authors are now investigating the link between normal megakaryocytopoiesis and the pathology in megakaryocytic leukemia. Read more...Dr. Krause's Leukemia Research Yuan Gao, Diane Krause and colleagues...(5:09)
Yale Stem Cell Center is pleased to announce the recipients of the “The Lo Graduate Fellowship for Excellence in Stem Cell Research” (abbreviated as “The Lo Fellowship”) for outstanding senior graduate students pursuing stem cell research at Yale University.