Dr. Valentina Greco is the Carolyn Slayman Professor of Genetics at Yale University. Her lab has developed novel live imaging approaches to track and manipulate stem cells in live animals, allowing them to study the complex orchestration of tissue regeneration using the skin as a model system.
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Dr. Benoit Bruneau is the Director of the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease. His lab uses mouse models and human iPSCs to investigate the transcription factor networks that regulate sets of genes critical for heart development.
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Dr. Karl Koehler is an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology at Harvard Medical School. His lab focuses on using human organoid systems as a platform to model congenital diseases and develop regenerative medicine therapies for the inner ear and various craniofacial tissues.
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Dr. Freda Miller, from the Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute and the University of Toronto, studies the cellular mechanisms that regulate development of the mammalian nervous system, with a particular interest in stem cells and trophic factors.
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Dr. Darcy Wagner from the Lund Stem Cell Center uses a multidisciplinary approach to understand how the extracellular environment directs stem cell behavior for endogenous and exogenous lung tissue regeneration.
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