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Our scientists are studying the mechanisms that drive stem cells to grow tissue, organs, bone and blood, and their role in disease.
We are looking at cancer stem cells and their ability to maintain and grow cancer cells.
We are focusing on specific areas of disease, such as lung disease, muscle deterioration and type 2 diabetes.
Reproducing stem cells has profound implications in spinal cord injuries, blood cancers, Parkinson’s disease and skin diseases.
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The National Institutes of Health offers a primer on stem cells and their important role in research.
Meet Yosef Refaeli, PhD, whose research involving blood stem cells could impact how we treat blood diseases and how we store blood.
Our laboratory conducts on-site clinical trials and houses some of the nation's top talent in stem cell research.
See the latest stories about our doctors, alumni and students in the spring edition of the School of Medicine magazine.
Colorado Representative Mike Coffman Draws Attention to Cutting Edge Research at the Gates Center. Link to Article >>
Nature Medicine Podcast features interview highlighting Gates Center Investigator Xiao-Jing Wang's paper on oral mucositis. Link to Podcast >>
Gates Center Director Dennis R. Roop, PhD honored at FIRST 2012 Testimonial Dinner. View Full Article >>
Dennis Roop's stem cell research offers hope to EHK patient. View Full Article >>
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12.18.12 Lisa Beck, University of Rochester
1.15.13 Anya Bilousova and Tamara Terzian, UC Denver
2.5.13 Thomas Payne, UC Denver
3.5.13 Kathrin Bernt, UC Denver
09.08.12 Colorado Skin Research Program Annual Retreat
07.22.11 G. Paolo Dotto, U Lausanne
06.29.11 Sheng Ding, UC AMC
06.15.11 Neil Box, UC AMC
06.01.11 Shannon McKinney-Freeman
05.18.11 Yosef Refaeli, UC Denver AMC
05.04.11 cancelled due to SID
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Stem Cell Center Address: Anschutz Medical CampusRC1-North, Room P18-8130Mail Stop 832012800 East 19th Ave. Aurora, Colorado 80045 Phone: (303) 724-3050FAX: (303) 724-3051
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