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National Cancer Center funds a limited number of pre and post-doctoral fellowships to provide training and experience in molecular genetics and the cellular aspects of cancer biology and tumor immunology. NIH Stem Cell Research, of stem cell research at NIH including funding information. Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy funds research aimed at furthering the development of cell and gene therapy approaches to the treatment of cancer. Johnson Johnson funds basic research in the field of cell therapies directed at diabetic or cardiac disorders. Scleroderma Foundation supports the development of innovative and high quality research by new investigators in fields related to systemic sclerosis and scleroderma, including related stem cell biology.
The BMCB Graduate Program has benefitted enormously by support for over 40 years from the NIH in the form of a Training Grant in Cellular and Molecular Biology This award is specifically to train students in the BMCB Graduate Program, and its continued support from the NIH depends on several factors, including maintaining its unique integration into the training structure of the Program.
Center for Health and Wellbeing
It has been well-established that LIF is essential for maintaining pluripotency of mouse embryonic stem cells. However, basal LIF expression levels are generally low in normal adult tissues and the role of LIF in adult stem cells in somatic tissues is not well-understood. The adult intestinal epithelium has a high self-renewal rate driven by intestinal stem cells at the base of crypts. The intestinal crypt is one of the best-defined adult stem cell models. They are currently investigating the molecular mechanism underlying the role of LIF in intestinal stem cells and characterizing its potential beneficial effect on gut syndrome induced by different injuries.
GEM Fellows Graduate School - UW–Madison UW–Madison
Britney Washington is a GEM Associate Fellow, a Graduate Engineering Research Scholar , and a trainee in the Biotechnology Training Program funded through the National Institute of General Medical Sciences Britney aspires to bring diversity to the ever-growing field of induced pluripotent stem cell regenerative medicine, and future government policies concerning iPSCs. As a GEM applicant, Andrew caught the attention of Intel Corporation, whose sponsorship in turn gained the attention of graduate programs. Patrick Cervantes is a GEM Associate Fellow and a PhD student in Medical Microbiology and Immunology and the graduate program in Cellular and Molecular Biology.