The Hastings Center draws its Fellows from across the disciplines and hails them as “an elected group of individuals of outstanding accomplishment, whose work has informed scholarship and/or public understanding of complex ethical issues in health, health care, life sciences research and the environment.”
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.
Meng Jia received a SCRM Travel Fellowship allowing her to present her poster titled, "Hippo pathway regulates Müller glia proliferation in the damaged adult zebrafish retina” at the ARVO 2018 Annual Meeting held April 29-May 3 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Malcolm J. Fraser Jr.
Recent developments in our understanding of the underlying biochemical processes that lead to the development of tissue-specific cells and organs have been facilitated by a University of Notre Dame proprietary technology discovered in the laboratory of Malcolm J. Fraser Jr. Learn more about the research taking place in the Fraser lab.
We asked Rebecca Marton, (ND class of 2014) to describe a little about her experience as an undergraduate researcher in the Center for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine at Notre Dame and how that impacted her decision to pursue a doctoral degree in the Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (SCBRM) Program at Stanford University. Rebecca's Story.