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Read more at: Professor Robin Franklin receives King Faisal Prize in Medicine
Robin Franklin accepts King Faisal Prize

Professor Robin Franklin receives King Faisal Prize in Medicine

13 January 2022

Over the winter holidays, Professor Robin Franklin of Cambridge Stem Cell Institute (CSCI) travelled to Saudi capital Riyadh to accept the King Faisal Prize for Medicine for his work in r egenerative medicine for neurological conditions .


Read more at: CSCI Welcomes New Director
Bertie Gottgens, New Director of CSCI

CSCI Welcomes New Director

6 December 2021

Last week it was announced that Professor Bertie Göttgens has been appointed as Director of the Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute (CSCI), to begin in January 2022.


Read more at: Postgraduate students launch the 2021 PhD Symposium, our first major hybrid event

Postgraduate students launch the 2021 PhD Symposium, our first major hybrid event

29 October 2021

The annual event showcases the wide range of cutting-edge postgraduate research at the Institute.


Read more at: Postdoc Dr Nicole Mende receives Eugene Cronkite Award from the International Society for Experimental Hematology

Postdoc Dr Nicole Mende receives Eugene Cronkite Award from the International Society for Experimental Hematology

24 October 2021

Congratulations to Nicole Mende – 2021 Postdoctoral Fellow winner in the New Investigator Award category


Read more at: A big welcome to our new cohort of postgraduate students

A big welcome to our new cohort of postgraduate students

7 October 2021

We're welcoming 23 new postgraduate students who joined the Wellcome - MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute in October 2021


Read more at: Congratulations to Dr Irina Mohorianu, awarded the Turing Fellowship for Computer Science (Machine Learning & Bioinformatics)

Congratulations to Dr Irina Mohorianu, awarded the Turing Fellowship for Computer Science (Machine Learning & Bioinformatics)

4 October 2021

Dr Irina Mohorianu's research focusses on the characterisation of Gene Regulatory Networks from multi-omics, single cell perspectives using (supervised and unsupervised) Machine Learning methods


Read more at: Welcoming Dr Fotios Sampaziotis to our team of Principal Investigators

Welcoming Dr Fotios Sampaziotis to our team of Principal Investigators

4 October 2021

Fotios was recently awarded a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship to support his research at the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.


Read more at: Cell Atlas reveals how blood and immune systems form in developing bone marrow

Cell Atlas reveals how blood and immune systems form in developing bone marrow

30 September 2021

The first comprehensive analysis of how the blood and immune systems develop in prenatal bone marrow has been conducted by scientists at the CSCI, the Wellcome Sanger Institute and Newcastle University.


Read more at: Manipulating single gene can reverse brain stem cell ageing in mice, scientists discover

Manipulating single gene can reverse brain stem cell ageing in mice, scientists discover

21 September 2021

Scientists studying the condition multiple sclerosis (MS) have identified that a single gene, when manipulated, can make older brain stem cells behave like younger, more efficient cells.


Read more at: Development study reveals origins of inflammatory bowel disease

Development study reveals origins of inflammatory bowel disease

8 September 2021

A new large-scale study mapped the cells in the human gut from early development through to adulthood, creating the most comprehensive cell atlas of the gut to date.