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Source:Journal of Experimental Medicine
Academic Editors at JEM share their experiences of being women in STEM and suggest future directions to support the career of female scientists.
FIVE BIG QUESTIONS: Some cells seem to know what to do. Others apparently take their cues from outside. But really, “We don’t get it.”
Source:Scientific American Health & Medicine
Cells in the body don’t always play nicely together. Could co-opting their competitive nature help to unlock cutting-edge therapies?
Source:The New York Times
Dr. Angela Christiano and her colleagues have successfully sprouted new human hairs in the lab.
Source:Columbia MagazineDecember 18, 2019
Over the past decade and a half, researchers in the Karsenty Lab have discovered that bones play a surprisingly active role in our physiology and health.
Source:CUIMC NewsNovember 7, 2019
Researchers at Columbia University used transplanted stem cells to grow lungs in mice. Findings could lead to new options for lung transplant patients.
- October 29, 2019
2019 Research Highlights with Kelley Yan, MD, PhD
Source:American Museum of Natural HistoryOctober 28, 2019
How can the genome of a fruit fly or of a neanderthal provide us with insights of human diseases? Featuring genomic medicine researcher David Goldstein and neurogeneticist Mimi Shirasu-Hiza.
Source:NatureOctober 15, 2019
To fight cancer and ageing, biologists are looking at how cells evict, kill or cannibalize less-fit rivals.
Source:NewsweekSeptember 14, 2019
Gerard Karsenty, a geneticist at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, is one of the scientists behind this decades-long exploration of fight-or-flight