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Source:CUIMC weekly update
Frédérique Vidal, France’s minister of higher education, research, and innovation, visited the Columbia Stem Cell Initiative alongside a delegation of French government officials.
Source:Columbia Stem Cell Initiative
Three projects were selected for the 2021 CSCI Seed Fund Program, the 4th annual competition designed to jumpstart new stem cell research projects and promote collaboration among CSCI members.
Source:International Society for Transgenic Technology
The prize was awarded to Drs. Lacy & Costantini for their seminal contribution to mammalian transgenesis and their invaluable contribution to the dissemination of transgenic technologies.
Source:National Institutes of Health Office of Strategic Coordination
The NIH Director's New Innovator Award supports creative early-career investigators who propose innovative, high-impact projects in the biomedical, behavioral social sciences within the NIH mission.
Source:CUIMC weekly updateJuly 28, 2021
Innovation is at the center of winning research by the new class of Velocity fellows.
Source:Campus NewsJuly 13, 2021
12 research teams led by Columbia University faculty, across diverse disciplines have received a Columbia Life Science Accelerator pilot grant for their creative and inventive lab-to-market projects.
Source:Columbia University Irving Medical CenterJuly 7, 2021
Study finds premature birth impairs the stem cells in babies' upper airways, which may contribute to further respiratory complications.
Source:GSA-Genes to GenomesMay 28, 2021
An interview with Dr. Vincenzo Alessandro Gennarino on curiosity, hard work, and passion for helping others.
Source:GSA Genes to GenomesMay 28, 2021
In the decoding life series, we talk to genetics with diverse career paths, tracing the many directions possible after research training.
Source:NewsweekApril 7, 2021
"If you put this work in an evolutionary perspective, we were not supposed to live that long," says Dr. Gerard Karsenty Chair of the Genetics and Development Department.