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NYSCF announces 2010 NYSCF Investigators
Date:10/12/2010

PhD, recently joined the faculty of the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine and the Department of Pathology at Stanford University where his lab is working on the epigenetic regulation of stem and somatic cells. The lab recently isolated defined factors that induce the direct conversion of skin fibroblasts into functional neurons. Dr. Wernig, a native of Innsbruck, Austria, studied medicine at the University of Vienna after a successful career as a composer. After clinical studies at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, he joined the lab of Dr. Rudi Balling where he completed his PhD. After a residency program in neuropathology at the University of Bonn under Dr. Otmar D. Wiestler, he joined the lab of Dr. Oliver Brustle, where he worked on neural differentiation of embryonic stem cells. For his postdoctoral training, he worked in the lab of Dr. Rudolf Jaenisch at the Whitehead Institute at MIT, where he spearheaded one of the few research groups worldwide to successfully create pluripotent stem cells from mouse skin cells.

The NYSCF-Helmsley Investigators are:

  • Darja Marolt, PhD, is currently completing her postdoctoral studies at Columbia University in the lab of Dr. Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic. She received her PhD from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. Since then, she has been developing tissue engineering approaches to regenerate bone, working at the Blood Transfusion Center of Solvenia and the MIT-Harvard Division of Health Sciences and Technology before coming to Columbia. Dr. Marolt has co- authored almost a dozen research papers for numerous scientific journals.

  • Valentina Fosatti, PhD, received her doctorate at the University of Bologna, and joined the lab of Dr. Hans Snoeck at the Department of Gene and Cell Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine while she was still a PhD candidate. As a postdoctoral fellow, she focused on the generation of thymic cells from embryonic stem ce
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Contact: Nadine Woloshin
nwoloshin@rubenstein.com
212-843-8041
New York Stem Cell Foundation
Source:Eurekalert

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