Monthly Archives: November 2018

Transdifferentiating Astrocytes Into Neurons Using ASCL1 Functionalized With a Novel Intracellular Protein Delivery Technology

2018-11-21T00:00:00-08:00November 21st, 2018|Categories: Research|

Robinson M, Fraser I, McKee E, Scheck K, Chang L, Willerth SM. Transdifferentiating Astrocytes Into Neurons Using ASCL1 Functionalized With a Novel Intracellular Protein Delivery Technology. Front Bioeng Biotechnol. 2018 Nov 21;6:173.DOI: 10.3389/fbioe.2018.00173. eCollection 2018. View Abstract

Dr. Fabio Rossi and Dr. Judy Illes: A consensus is building on how to move forward on stem cells (Repost)

2018-11-04T00:00:00-07:00November 4th, 2018|Categories: News, Newsletter, Press|Tags: , , |

This is a re-post of the Op-Ed published in the Vancouver Sun, written by Dr. Fabio Rossi & Dr. Judy Illes (Updated: October 10, 2018) We collectively propose the formation of a stem cell provider registry program, in which those who enroll certify that they will adhere to the fundamental medical and ethical principles and values we describe. The registry would likely have to focus on the most common treatments, for example musculoskeletal health as a start. On Sept. 26, a small group representing both these communities from Canada and the U.S., as well as the government, gathered in Vancouver to [...]

Congratulations to Chris Turner (Granville Lab), who has been awarded the 2018 AWTRS (Australasian Wound & Tissue Repair Society) Young Investigator Award

2018-11-01T00:00:00-07:00November 1st, 2018|Categories: Announcement, News|Tags: , , |

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Chris Turner (Granville Lab) was awarded the Australasian Wound & Tissue Repair Society (AWTRS) Young Investigator of the Year Award at the 2018 Cutaneous Biology Conference (Oct 29 - Nov 1, 2018) in Australia. Dr. Turner also received a 2018 BCREGMED Travel Award for his abstract, Granzyme K expressed by classically activated macrophages contributes to inflammation and impaired remodeling in burns, as well as a AWTRS Conference Travel Award for his exceptional work. Read more about the exciting research happening in the Granville Lab

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