Capturing Multiple CNS Cell Types and Genotypes in Human Stem Cell-Based Models of Neural Disease

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  • Published on:  4/28/2021
  • (49:42 - Q&A) Lorenz Studer, MD presents his research. [Show ID: 37009]

    Lorenz Studer, MD. Director, Center for Stem Cell Biology, Sloan Kettering Institute, presents his research. The Studer laboratory investigates human stem cells as tools to understand normal and pathological development in the nervous system and to develop cell-based strategies for regenerative medicine. [Show ID: 37009]

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