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  • Welcome to Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center | Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center
    Program Public Resources Contact div Search SCRMC Updates Support swells for vital university research using fetal tissue and cells 15th December 2015 Nearly 1 000 scientists and staff at the University of Wisconsin Madison joined a growing chorus of objections to a state proposal to ban the use of fetal tissue in life saving biomedical research by First serotonin neurons made from human stem cells 14th December 2015 Su Chun Zhang a pioneer in developing neurons from stem cells at the University of Wisconsin Madison has created a specialized nerve cell that makes serotonin a signaling chemical with a broad Researchers forge primitive human leukemia cells in lab 1st December 2015 By generating cells with the properties of primitive human leukemia cells researchers have established a model for studying chronic myeloid leukemia CML stem cells potentially leading to better More News Upcoming Events 19 Jan 2016 12 00pm Campus Lab Meeting Gene Ananiev Manager Small Molecule Screening Facility SMSF 26 Jan 2016 12 00pm Campus Lab Meeting Kristyn Masters Associate Professor Biomedical Engineering 2 Feb 2016 9 05am Campus Lab Meeting David Traver Professor Cellular and Molecular Medicine UC San Diego 9 Feb 2016 12 00pm Campus Lab Meeting TBD

    Original URL path: http://stemcells.wisc.edu/ (2015-12-26)
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  • About the Center | Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center
    Roundtable WiSCR Career Enhancement Opportunity Exploration CEO Program Public Resources Contact Search You are here About About the Center Beginning in 1995 with the first successful culturing of embryonic stem cells from non human primates and later with the isolation of the world s first human embryonic stem cells the University of Wisconsin Madison has been a leader in the companion fields of stem cell research and regenerative medicine The research we undertake holds great promise for biomedical science and our ability to treat debilitating disease discover new medicines and uncover the fundamental processes that lead to disease Our Mission The UW Madison Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center SCRMC is an umbrella organization operating under the School of Medicine and Public Health and the Graduate School The SCRMC provides a central point of contact information and facilitation for all stem cell research activities on campus The center s mission is to advance the science of stem cell biology and foster breakthroughs in regenerative medicine through faculty interactions research support and education Our Goals Maintain UW Madison as leader in stem cell and regenerative medicine research and application Foster increased SCRM communication within campus and beyond its borders Support SCRM

    Original URL path: http://stemcells.wisc.edu/node/85 (2015-12-26)
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  • Affiliated Research Centers and Programs | Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center
    New and improved imaging instrumentation and optical based experimental techniques are being developed These projects are driven by demands arising from the scientific studies of external collaborators and the principal investigators and opportunities that arise with the emergence of new technology Instrumentation development is undertaken in a form that is both accessible and beneficial to the scientific community UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research ICTR The goal of the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research UW ICTR is to create an environment that transforms research into a continuum from investigation through discovery and to translation into real life community practice thereby linking even the most basic research to practical improvements in human health Through the interdisciplinary nature of the ICTR Schools of Medicine and Public Health Nursing Veterinary Medicine Pharmacy and the College of Engineering the mission is to change the UW culture from silos to collaborations among ICTR members and within the entire university With this UW team and ICTR s northern partner Marshfield Clinic our new Institute expects major advancements in clinical and translational research Waisman BioManufacturing The primary mission of Waisman Biomanufacturing is to provide cGMP manufacturing services to serve researchers clinicians and business ventures in the development of novel biological therapies for clinical trials Waisman has a proven track record of success in making clinical trial material for universities the National Institutes of Health NIH as well as both small and large companies nationally and internationally Since opening its cGMP facility in 2001 Waisman Biomanufacturing has manufactured over 300 clinical grade products and has earned a reputation for working closely with clients for cost effective and timely manufacture of quality products We strive to meet these high standards with each product campaign Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery WID The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

    Original URL path: http://stemcells.wisc.edu/node/88 (2015-12-26)
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  • Our Leadership | Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center
    Search You are here About About the Center Our Leadership The University of Wisconsin Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center SCRMC is a campus wide center under the joint direction of the School of Medicine and Public Health and the Graduate School The SCRMC is directed by Drs Timothy Kamp and William Murphy An executive committee provides leadership and is composed of diverse group of faculty from across campus Executive

    Original URL path: http://stemcells.wisc.edu/node/89 (2015-12-26)
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  • About Stem Cells | Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center
    stem cells and bone marrow transplants for treating certain blood diseases have been developed over the last three decades and are in widespread clinical use Yet most other potential applications using stem cells and novel regenerative medicine approaches are early in development The basic biology of tissue regeneration remains poorly understood and is the subject of intense scientific investigation Realizing the promise of regenerative medicine as these new therapies are

    Original URL path: http://stemcells.wisc.edu/node/86 (2015-12-26)
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  • Membership Information | Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center
    mission of the SCRMC contributing to the various committees journal clubs seminars and teaching forums Membership will be granted to those faculty and academic staff who clearly demonstrate scholarly expertise in areas relevant to stem cells and regenerative medicine as well as a willingness to contribute to the center s mission Basic membership in the center will provide the member with regular communications from the SCRMC regarding ongoing events research opportunities intramural grants as available access to sponsored symposia and poster events All faculty members will be eligible to apply for access to core facilities using a separate application formal process under development once membership enrollment is completed These will provide subsidised acess to cell imaging primate and immunological services Members will also be listed on the SCRMC website with relevant information Membership will be reviewed every three years for renewal based on participation in SCRMC activities and mission Student Membership Undergraduates graduate students and postdoctoral fellows members will be expected to contribute to the SCRMC by providing feedback and needs analysis of available educational and training opportunities on campus as well as contributing to other aspects of the SCRMC mission Membership will provide them with regular communications from the SCRMC regarding symposia journal clubs and available courses Core Facilities Thank you for your interest in the Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center Core Facilities The cores provide faculty subsidized access to a cell source core imaging cellular molecular and small animal core immunology pathology core and a nonhuman primate core The cores are periodically assessed and revised based on need and use There are five criteria that need to be met for this privilege Member of SCRMC PI status at the University of Wisconsin Attendance at regular SCRMC meetings Proof of scientific expertise in Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell

    Original URL path: http://stemcells.wisc.edu/membership (2015-12-26)
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  • Career Opportunities | Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center
    to vision restoration At Rochester the successful candidate will have access to a large technical staff of programmers and optical and electrical engineers with expertise in advanced retinal imaging The collaboration between Wisconsin and Rochester is part of a larger initiative supported by a Beckman Argyros Award to David Williams from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation and an Audacious Goals Initiative Grant from the National Eye Institute The successful candidate will either have previous experience in advanced technologies for retinal imaging or experience in retinal neurophysiology retinal developmental biology stem cell biology and or animal models of retinal degeneration Interested applicants should send their CV a statement of interest and names contact information of three references to debbie cvs rochester edu Postdoctoral Fellow The Bhattacharyya Lab at the Waisman Center Stem Cell Research Program An NIH funded postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Bhattacharyya lab to use human iPSCs to model the neural developmental defects occurring in Down syndrome that lead to intellectual disability The lab is located in the Waisman Center that is dedicated to studying human development developmental disability and neurodegenerative diseases In addition to experimental skills this postdoctoral researcher will also receive training critical for future academic jobs including grant fellowship application and student supervision PhD in cell molecular developmental biology neuroscience or chemistry is required Experience in molecular biology advanced gene editing approaches human stem cell culture and animal models are desirable though not requisite Interested candidates should e mail a cover letter and a copy of their current CV to Anita Bhattacharyya PhD Postdoctoral Positions Zhang Lab Su Chun Zhang faculty page Postdoctoral positions available to study 1 neural stem progenitor cell self renewal reprogramming 2 modeling neurological processes drug discovery using human stem cells and 3 functional dissection therapeutic implication of human neural cells in neurological disorders PhD in cell molecular developmental biology neuroscience or chemistry is required Experiences in electrophysiology imaging small animal microsurgery transgenics or chemical screening bioinformatics are highly desirable The Zhang laboratory is a leading group studying neural specification of human pluripotent stem cells and it is located in the NIH sponsored Waisman Center that is dedicated for studying human development developmental disability and neurodegenerative diseases Apply to zhang waisman wisc edu with description of research interest and CV Postdoctoral Fellows Stem Cell Virology Two NIH funded postdoctoral positions are available in the laboratory of Robert F Kalejta in the Institute for Molecular Virology McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research and Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center at the University of Wisconsin Madison The Kalejta lab is interested in Human Cytomegalovirus replication and pathogenesis and focuses specifically on viral latency and modulation of the cell cycle search Google or PubMed for more information Projects are available specifically to use ES and IPS cells as models to study viral latency and reactivation No virology experience is needed but the ability to culture ES IPS cells is required Please forward a cover letter briefly describing your past research future goals and

    Original URL path: http://stemcells.wisc.edu/node/92 (2015-12-26)
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  • Newsletter Archives | Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center
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    Original URL path: http://stemcells.wisc.edu/node/243 (2015-12-26)
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