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Source:Stem Cells and Development
The Rosalind Franklin Society, in partnership with Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers, enthusiastically congratulate our distinguished recipient Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic.
Source:Irving Institute Newsroom
The Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research is honored to announce Kelly Yan as one of four new Herbert and Florence Irving Scholars for the 2023-2026 cohort.
Source:Columbia HICCC News
A multi-institutional team has found a promising new strategy for targeting adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC), a rare but lethal form of cancer that often develops in the salivary glands.
Chemical engineering professor is recognized for research on early embryonic development.
Source:Journal of the National Cancer InstituteJune 23, 2023
We aimed to identify miRNAs that are upregulated during terminal differentiation in the human colon epithelium, and elucidate their role in the mechanistic control of stem cell properties.
Source:ScienceJune 9, 2023
Taurine deficiency may be a driver of aging because its reversal increases health span in worms, rodents, and primates and life span in worms and rodents.
Source:CUIMC newsroomJune 8, 2023
A deficiency of taurine is a driver of aging in animals, according to a new study led by Columbia researchers and involving dozens of aging researchers around the world.
Source:CUIMC newsroomJune 6, 2023
Columbia stem cell researchers opened up their labs last month to 20 8th to 10th grade girls to inspire the next generation of female scientists.
Source:Cell Stem CellJune 5, 2023
We performed lineage tracing and found that most collagen-expressing myofibroblasts were derived from leptin-receptor-positive mesenchymal cells, whereas a minority were from Gli1-lineage cells.
Source:Columbia HICCC NewsMay 15, 2023
Chia-Wei Cheng, PhD, has recently been awarded a V Foundation grant for her innovative research in the interface of nutritional and gene regulatory networks in cancer.