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List of Connecticut-Based Researchers

List of Connecticut-Based Researchers

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Published by: Helen Bennett on Jun 18, 2012
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The following awards were made by the Connecticut Stem Cell Advisory Committee:
Evaluating the endogenous potential for brain repair in primary progressive multiple sclerosis usinginduced pluripotent stem cells
University of Connecticut Health Center, FarmingtonStephen Crocker, Principal Investigator$200,000
RNA targets of the stemness factor LIN-28
Yale University, New HavenFrank Slack, Principal Investigator$200,000
Modeling Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) Using Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Yale University, New HavenYongming Ren, Principal Investigator$200,000
Direct differentiation of human iPSCs facilitated by mechanical forces
Yale University, New HavenJing Zhou, Principal Investigator$200,000
Embryonic and pluripotent stem cell- produced factors as novel therapeutic candidates for improved aged muscle function and regenerative responses in humans
University of Connecticut Health Center, FarmingtonMorgan Carlson, Principal Investigator$200,000
Mechanical factors influencing the differentiation of human embryonic stem cells
Yale University, New HavenEric Dufresne, Principal Investigator$200,000
Genome-wide shRNA screen identifies novel regulatory pathways in human ES cells
Yale University, New HavenZheng Wang, Principal Investigator$200,000
Stem Cells for cell therapy of hypoparathyroidism
Yale University, New HavenJulie Ann Sosa, Principal Investigator$200,000
Transcriptional Control of Pluripotency in Human ES Cells
Yale University, New HavenNatalia Ivanova, Principal Investigator$750,000
Inducing immune tolerance to hESCs and their derivatives by the hESC derived thymic epithelial cells
University of Connecticut, StorrsLaijun Lai, Principal Investigator$750,000
Generation of functional keratinocytes from hESCs
Yale University, New HavenValerie Horsley, Principal Investigator$750,000
Remyelination potential of human ES cell derived OPCs transplanted into the demyelinated nonhuman primate spinal cord 
Yale University, New HavenJeffrey Kocsis, Principal Investigator$750,000
Molecular Regeneration of the Neuronal development by MeCP2
Yale University, New HavenIn-Hyun Park, Principal Investigator$750,000
 A study of the chromatin structure of maternal and paternal 15q alleles to discover therapies for Prader-Willi syndrome
University of Connecticut Health Center, FarmingtonStormy Chamberlain, Principal Investigator$450,000
Regulation of muscle stem cell programming
University of Connecticut, StorrsDavid Goldhamer, Principal Investigator$450,000
Human tissue-engineered blood vessels using induced pluripotent stem cells
Yale University, New HavenYibing Qyang, Principal Investigator$750,000
UCONN-Wesleyan Stem Cell Core Powered with More Cutting Edge Technologies
University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington/Wesleyan University, MiddletownRen-He Xu/Laura Grabel, Principal Investigator$500,000
Continued service and technology development at the Yale stem cell center cores
Yale University, New HavenHaifan Lin, Principal Investigator$500,000

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