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Medical use of stem cells holds great promise for treatment of human diseases and birth defects. But to advance use of stem cells in the clinic, scientists must continue to make fundamental discoveries of how cells function, and how cells in embryos form the different tissues of the body. Our faculty and students are linked by their common interest in understanding cells in the contexts of development, regeneration and disease.
The CSD program thus trains PhD students in 3 interrelated disciplines, Stem Cells, Cell Biology, and Development.
Our doctoral students:
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12800 East 19th Ave
Aurora, Colorado 80045
Colby Fees, a PhD student in the Moore lab, just has his paper accepted for publication in Molecular Biology of the Cell.
Katrina Cable was just awarded an NSF Fellowship. This makes her the third CSD student to receive this award in the last two years. Congratulations Katrina!
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