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Stem Cell Lab Series Available as Seminar Course for Students

The weekly Campus Stem Cell Lab Meeting series will begin in September.  Last year, the meeting attracted more than 60 students, post-doctoral fellows, staff and faculty each week.

 

The goals of these meetings are to promote communication within the diverse stem cell and regenerative medicine community at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, share breaking research, promote collaboration and foster education.

 

Meetings will be Tuesdays at noon at the new Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery (location may vary). Presentations will span from the basic biology of stem cells to clinical regenerative medicine applications as well as ethical and public policy issues related to this field. Interactive discussions of the presentations will be encouraged.

 

As part of the educational opportunities for students, this weekly meeting will be offered as a seminar class for one credit. It is intended for seniors and graduate students with prior consent of the instructor.

 

The full course listing is:

  • Course number 000768
  • Class number 75481
  • Anatomy 675: Special Topics-Stem Cell Seminar
  • Course Topic ID number 4
  • Credits: 1

For more information, contact Dr. Tim Kamp, professor of medicine at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health and director of the Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center, at tjk@medicine.wisc.edu.

 

The Stem Cell Lab Series has a full schedule of presenters for the fall semester, but planners are seeking presenters for the following spring semester dates:

  • February 14, 21, 28
  • March 13, 20, 27
  • April 10, 17, 24
  • May 1

For more information, contact Sue Gilbert, Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Center, at (608) 263-2982 or sggilber@wisc.edu.



Date Published: 08/10/2011

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