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Wellcome Trust - Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

The Wellcome Trust-Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is an international centre of excellence for research into stem cell biology and medicine. Scientists in the Institute collaborate to generate new knowledge and understanding of the biology of stem cells and provide the foundation for new medical treatments. The Institute is supported by a strategic funding partnership between the Wellcome Trust and the Medical Research Council.

 

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Recent Publications

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Single cell technologies uncover molecular drivers of stem cell function

Novel technologies using single stem cells can now be used together to help define the molecules responsible for stem cell function, according to research Read more >
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The NuRD complex regulates neural cell fate determination and differentiation in the cerebral cortex

Chromatin modifying complexes have key roles in regulating various aspects of neural stem cell biology, including self-renewal and neurogenesis. Our data Read more >
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Link between proteins points to possibilities for future Alzheimer’s treatments

Researchers from Rick Livesey group have found that the proteins that control the progression of Alzheimer’s are linked in a pathway, and that drugs Read more >

Latest News

Prof Roger Barker elected to the Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences

Profile pic 2014 This year, SCI PI, Professor Roger Barker was one of five Cambridge researchers elected to the Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences. Read more >

Athena SWAN Bronze Award

Athena SWAN Bronze Award The Wellcome Trust - Medical Research Council Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is proud to announce that we have received an Athena SWAN Bronze Award for... Read more >

Interview with Rick Livesey

Portrait large Interview with Rick Livesey about his stem cell 'mini brains' that can help researchers study the progression of Alzheimer's disease inthe Sunday Express.... Read more >

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