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Congratulations to Angela Lager for her award winning work

Tesar Lab graduate student Angela Lager has presented her work "Direct Reprogramming of Mouse Fibroblasts to Oligodendrocyte Progenitor Cells" and won awards at these symposia:
CWRU 25th Annual Biomedical Graduate Student Symposium, Vance Lemmon Award
CWRU 1st Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium, Best Poster

Congratulations to Angela!

Congratulations to Bobby Karl for winning a CWRU Cell and Molecular Biology Training Grant

Tesar Lab graduate student Bobby Karl was awarded the CWRU Cell and Molecular Biology Training Grant for his work on cellular reprogramming to the oligodendrocyte lineage with modified mRNA. Congratulations to Bobby!

Tesar Lab Graduate Student Dan Factor attends conference in China

Tesar Lab graduate student Dan Factor attended and presented his work "Epigenomic analysis identifies cell type specific regulatory elements of distinct pluripotent states" at a conference in China. The conference was Cold Spring Harbor Asia: Epigenetics, Chromatin & Transcription and held in Suzhou Dushu Lake China.

Advance in Human Cloning: Paul Tesar and Insoo Hyun Comment in Nature

See the Correspondence in Nature by Paul Tesar and Insoo Hyun.
Work done in labs part of the New York Stem Cell Foundation uncovered that pluripotent stem cells could be made by fusing somatic cells and human oocytes. Tesar and Hyun discuss the scientific impact and ethical implications.
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Tesar Lab Attending Gordon Research Conference in Galveston Texas

Tesar Lab graduate students Angela Lager and Bobby Karl went to sunny Galveston Texas for the Gordon Research Conference titled "Reprogramming Cell Fate" held February 26 - March 2, 2012. Angela presented her work on reprogramming somatic cell fate into the oligodendrocyte lineage. Click Here for conference details.

Directed Differentiation of Pluripotent Stem Cells to Oligodendrocytes

Check out our recently published paper in Nature Methods: "Rapid and robust generation of functional oligodendrocyte progenitor cells from epiblast stem cells"

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Paul Tesar and Bob Miller Preview Recent Human OPC paper in Nature Biotechnology

This review by Paul Tesar and Bob Miller is of work conducted at the University of Rochester in the lab of Steven Goldman. The Goldman lab identified CD140a as an appropriate marker of human oligodendrocyte progenitor cells.

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Paul Tesar named Robertson Investigator of the New York Stem Cell Foundation

Paul Tesar was named one of four Robertson Investigators of the New York Stem Cell Foundation in 2010.
The Robertson Investigator Award is awarded to early career investigators exploring the therapeutic potential of human stem cells. Winners are singled out for their potential to innovate in the field of Translational Stem Cell Research.

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