Department of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine
About the Department
The department’s unique courses and training programs provide a perspective on how the body’s own developmental and repair mechanisms can restore damaged cells, tissues and organs, advancing our scientific knowledge and redefining how we treat human diseases with regenerative medicine.
What I’m Reading: Stem Cell Postdoc Zlatka Stojanova offers a top pickZlatka Stojanova: Usher syndrome is a devastating genetic disorder that causes profound hearing loss, balance disorders and progressive blindness. In the ear, mutations in the Usher 1c (USH1C) gene lead to damage and loss of the inner ear’s sensory cells, causing deafness. Scientists from Harvard Medical School recently reported an unprecedented recovery of hearing in
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