skip to primary navigationskip to content

Wellcome Trust - Medical Research Council

Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

Studying at Cambridge

 

PIs

Principal Investigators

Scientists leading the 29 stem cell laboratories in the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute. 

 

128-Alcolea 2017

 Dr Maria Alcolea
Epithelial cell fate
and plasticity



        

107-Barker 2017

Prof. Roger Barker  
    Parkinson's and Huntington's
disease    

          128-Chalut 2017       

Dr Kevin Chalut
    Physical biology of pluripotency
and differentiation
 
    

                      

128-Cvejic 2017

Dr Ana Cvejic
      Haematopoietic stem cells

             

128-Franklin 2017

Prof. Robin Franklin
Adult neural stem cells

and CNS regeneration

107-Ghevaert-2017

Dr Cédric Ghevaert
In vitro production of

 platelets for transfusion
 

107-Gottgens-2017

Prof. Bertie Göttgens
Network control of

 normal and leukaemic
blood stem cells 

107-Green-2017

Prof. Tony Green
Haematopoiesis

 

 

107-Hendrich-2017

Dr Brian Hendrich
Transcriptional

control of
stem cell fate

107-Hodson-2017

Dr Daniel Hodson
Mutation timing in

lymphomagenesis

107-Huntly-2017

Prof. Brian Huntly
Leukaemia stem

cell biology and
leukaemogenesis

107-Karadottir-2017

Dr Ragnhildur Thóra 
Káradóttir

Neurotransmitter
signalling to central
nervous system
progenitor cells

 

107-Kent-2017

Dr David Kent
Single cell fate choice

in normal and
malignant stem cells

107-Koo-2017

Dr Bon-Kyoung Koo
Homeostatic regulation

of adult stem cells

107-Laurenti-2017

Dr Elisa Laurenti
Human
haematopoietic
stem cells biology in
health and disease

107-Lee-2017

Dr Joo-Hyeon Lee
Stem cells and niches

107-McCaskie 2017

Prof. Andrew McCaskie
Regenerative

therapies for bone
and cartilage repair 

107-Mendez-Ferrer-2017

Dr Simón Méndez-Ferrer
Blood stem
cell niches

107-Nichols-2017

Dr Jennifer Nichols
Embryonic
pluripotency

107-Philpott-2017

Prof. Anna Philpott
Proneural

transcription factors

107-Pluchino-2017

Dr Stefano Pluchino
Stem cell signalling

and brain repair

107-Ringshausen-2017

Dr Ingo Ringshausen
Haematopoietic

stem cells and
malignancies

107-Rowitch-2017

Prof. David Rowitch
Glial cells and

response to injury

107-Silva-2017

Dr José Silva
Biology of induced

pluripotency

107-Simons-2017

Prof. Ben Simons
Tracing stem cell fate in

 development, maintenance 
and disease

107-Sinha-2017

Dr Sanjay Sinha
Vascular diseases

Smith Austin 128.jpg

Prof. Austin Smith
Stem cell potency

107-Vallier-2017

Prof. Ludovic Vallier
 
Mechanisms controlling

  differentiation of
pluripotent stem cells
 into definitive endoderm

107-Vassiliou-2017

Dr George Vassiliou
Leukaemic haemopoietic

stem cells