The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) has named Paul Tesar Ph.D. of Case Western Reserve University the Outstanding Young Investigator for 2015.

Congratulations to Tesar Lab Graduate Student Daniel Factor who recently attended the 2014 Cell Symposium on Transcriptional Regulation in Development in Chicago.

Check out our newest publication in Cell Stem Cell on the discovery of "Seed" Enhancers and their role in pluripotent stem cells!

Cleveland area philanthropists Dr. Donald and Ruth Weber Goodman had a historic commitment to Cancer Research and Case Western Reserve University. Their outstanding generosity has supported education and research programs at the schools of medicine and dental medicine.

The Tesar Lab was recently awarded a grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to advance therapeutics for multiple sclerosis. The Tesar Lab's expertise in stem cell biology and high throughput screening provides a unique opportunity to discover innovative therapeutics that could halt devastating diseases.