Advancing research & scholarship in the stem cell field while staying committed to a deep-rooted Catholic identity.

The Center for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Notre Dame is an interdisciplinary enterprise, bringing together biologists, biomolecular engineers, lawyers, philosophers, and theologians to advance the research and application of adult stem cells and induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells in a wide variety of organisms, while also stimulating the ethical and legal discussion associated with stem cells and their use.

News

Dr. Manuela Lahne, wins NDIIF Best Biological Imaging Publication for 2015

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The Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility (NDIIF) is pleased to announce that the Best Biological Imaging Publication 2015 is awarded to Dr. Manuela Lahne, a Research Assistant Professor collaborating with Professor David Hyde in the Department of Biological Sciences, the Center for Zebrafish Research, and the Center for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine. 

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Dr. Hyde is one of 22 elite international scientists invited to a closed-door workshop sponsored by the National Eye Institute

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Dr. David Hyde is one of 22 invited international scientists to participate in a closed-door workshop sponsored by the National Eye Institute in Seattle, WA on Saturday, April 30. The workshop, entitled “Replacement of Retinal Ganglion Cells from Endogenous Cell Sources,” is part of the Eye Institute’s Audacious Goal Initiative to cure blindness and restore vision by regenerating the damaged retina. It is anticipated that this workshop will help frame future research directions for the National Eye Institute.

 

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Events

Seminar Series: Keith L. March, M.D., Ph.D.

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Location: Jordan Hall of Science, Room 105

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Dr. March is the Director of the Vascular and Cardiac Center for Adult Stem Cell Therapy, and the Director of the Indiana Center for Vascular Biology and Medicine.

Dr. March will give a seminar entitled "Adipose Stem Cells in Vascular Modulation and Tissue Repair:  Perivascular Building Blocks and Paracrine Factors.”

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