Notre Dame Stem Cell Colloquium


Location: 101 Jordan Hall of Science

The Notre Dame Stem Cell Colloquium is the perfect opportunity to learn about the innovative research in adult stem cells and iPS cells taking place on campus. This month we have the privilege to hear about the on-going research in the Zorlutuna Lab and Schulz Lab.

                                               Zorlutuna Lab

“Tissue Engineered Myocardium to Study the Role of Cellular Interactions in Protection from Reperfusion Injury"                                                                                            Presented by: Aylin Acun

“Development and Characterization of an iPSC-derived Human Myocardium-on-a-Chip for Personalized Medicine"                                                                                      Presented by: Bradley Ellis

                                                  Schulz Lab

"Painless is cold-blooded? Nociceptive sensor molecules control a cellular immune response in Drosophila."                                                                                               Presented by: Tsuyoshi Tokusumi