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First cGMP feeder-independent pluripotent stem cell banks released for distribution

...een characterized and produced under conditions suitable for human clinical trials," says Thomson, director of regenerative biology at the new private morgridge Institute for Research at UW-Madison and the scientific director of WiCell. "The availability of these cGMP stem cell banks and matched research cell ...

VistaGen, WARF sign license agreement for human embryonic stem cell technology

... cell pioneer James Thompson of the University of Wisconsin Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center and director of regenerative biology at the new morgridge Institute for Research. The license will accelerate VistaGen's commercial programs focused on providing customized, next-generation, stem cell-based p...

James Thomson receives 2008 Massry Prize honoring stem cell researchers

...s Thomson, director of regenerative biology at the morgridge Institute for Research and John D. MacArthur Profe... Kim, executive director of the private, nonprofit morgridge Institute for Research, part of the new Wisconsin ...nue his breakthrough research on stem cells at the morgridge Institute as the first member of our interdiscipli...

UCSB receives $3.2 million stem cell grant from state

...g his position as the John D. MacArthur Professor of Anatomy at the School of Medicine and Public Health, and Director of Regenerative Medicine of the morgridge Institute, at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Space for two new distinguished faculty members who will hold the Ruth Garland Chair, in the are...
Morgridge in Biological Technology

Ciscos John Morgridge Speaks on How Wisconsin can Develop Successful Technology Clusters

Share information with your competitors? Job hop? Both might be counter-intuitive for Wisconsin technology professionals and managers, but both behavioral patterns might be critical to the success of high-tech industry in Wisconsin, according to one industry guru. Wisconsin expatriate John Morgr...

Cisco Chairman Praises University Research

...m careful expansion of the company's product line. morgridge spoke in Milwaukee Monday at the annual Marquette ...the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. Although morgridge holds a bachelor of business administration degree...d the renovation of Red Gym, which houses the new morgridge Center for Community Service . The center matches ...

Cisco Chairman donates $31 million for UW building renovation

...munications giant during his tenure as CEO. Tashia morgridge graduated from the School of Education in 1955 and...redevelopment elsewhere on campus, John and Tashia morgridge recognize the importance of preserving the campus'...also includes gifts to the School of Business; the morgridge Class of '51 Scholarship; John P. and Tashia F....

University of Wisconsin team creates learning games

...usinesses. "The states that do not invest in emerging digital technologies for learning will be left behind the learning curve." Gee, is the Tashia morgridge Professor of Reading in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the UW-Madison. He has authored several books, including "What Video Games Hav...

Morgridge gift enables phase one of Institute for Discovery

... part private, potentially allowing research for which government funding is restricted, such as stem-cell studies. The private half will be named the morgridge Institute for Research. WARF will solicit research proposals for a seed grant program before the facility is built. More about the Institute fo...

Discovery makes Wisconsin go 'round at BIO Chicago

...post-docs working with professors whose labs remain in the university proper. She said WARF would run about 40 percent of the facility, the private morgridge Institute, while the university would run the rest, probably as part of its graduate school. Much of the space is being built with the ability to be c...

Making Wisconsin the biotechnology leader

...0 million private investment from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, and a $50 million gift from University of Wisconsin alumni John and Tashia morgridge - the largest individual gift in the history of the University. Not only will these institutes lay the foundation for thousands of new jobs, they m...

Seven good reasons to approve the Institutes for Discovery

...young people. 3. It would be the first facility of its kind in the Midwest. Part of the institute would be public, and part private (built with the morgridge gift). That is a successful formula that has worked at the Scripps Research Institute in southern California, at Stanford University's Clark Institute...

WARF, UW-Madison seek designer for the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

...ng design team. The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery will include the morgridge Institute for Research, a private facility, and The Discovery Institute, a ... possible by gifts of $50 million each by UW-Madison alumni John and Tashia morgridge and WARF. The State of Wisconsin also provided $50 million. Related doc...

Doctor using new media to break down barriers

...am also includes Doug Maynard , professor and director of graduate studies in the Department of Sociology of UW-Madison; Larry Landweber , a John P. morgridge Professor in UW-Madison's Computer Sciences Department who, unlike Al Gore, "actually did help invent the Internet," Kron joked; and Mike Gleicher, al...
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