Recent News

At the heart of stem cell research is always an ethical debate on advancement of stem cell disease modeling while protecting personal information on patients from whom those cells were derived. For a fresh perspective read our new article in Cell Stem Cell found on our Publications page.

Congrats to Ryan Pestil on being selected as a recipeint of a Hilldale Research Fellowship for the 2014-2015 year. Hilldale Fellowships

Dr. Saha receives a 2014 NSF Early Faculty Development (CAREER) Award. Find out more details about the prestigious award here.
To learn more about the future research of our group read this release.

Congratulations to Jared Carlson-Stevermer for winning a Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center Training Award for 2014! Look for the other award winners on their Facebook page

Check out our new Scientific Reports paper on how noise affects reprogramming. Stochastic model dissects cell states in biological transition processes.

Much of science relies on the tools that we use to make new discoveries, but not all tools are physical. Check out this profile featuring our PI, Kris Saha, to find out what tools he uses to move our research forward.

The first Saha Lab publication is out! Drug-loaded nanoparticles induce gene expression in human pluripotent stem cell derivatives co-authored by Leah Escalante has been published in Nanoscale

We bid a fond farewell to Leah Escalante as she moves on to the Broad Institute in Boston. Thank you Leah and good luck!

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