Stem cells have the potential to revolutionize modern medicine by providing the building blocks for tissue regeneration. Successful translation of stem cell breakthroughs into cell therapies requires interdisciplinary approaches that draw from biology, medicine and bioengineering.
The Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine (SCiRM) was established Fall 2016 with funding from the New York Stem Cell Board.
SCiRM brings together 18 faculty members from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center working in various aspects of stem cell biology and bioengineering with emphasis on applications of stem cells in regenerative medicine.
Each fellow will conduct stem cell research in the laboratory of a SCiRM faculty - mentor in collaboration with a co-mentor to increase interactions. These faculty members will guide you through your research process until you defend your scientific work.
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