Recruiting investigators with experience in stem cell research to the Medical College of Wisconsin
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The identification of human adult and embryonic stem cells has been heralded as one of the biggest medical breakthroughs of the last 100 years. The excitement over the discovery of such cells lies in the enormous potential that stem cells hold for the study and treatment of human disease. The basic concept is simple: Stem cells can be grown in the laboratory and used to generate mature cells that could be used to replace damaged cells in an afflicted individual. While the potential of stem cells is indisputable, making such potential a reality is an enormous undertaking. To be successful, the dedicated effort of thousands of scienctists and clinicians will be required.
Through this award, the Medical College of Wisconsin will advance stem cell research in the state of Wisconsin by initiating a Program in Regenerative Medicine through several aims, including the recruitment of new investigators with established experience in stem cell biology.
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