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Dr. Ipsita Banerjee Receives NSF Grant

McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine affiliated faculty member Ipsita Banerjee, PhD, has been awarded a National Science Foundation Early-Concept Grants for Exploratory Research grant entitled: "Systems Analysis of Signaling Pathway towards Robust Differentiation." This award is for 1 year at $100,000.


Study Findings Could Lead to Improved Treatments for Stroke, Other Brain Injuries

Published as the cover story in a recent issue of Nature, researchers found for the first time that there are constraints on how adaptable the brain is during learning and that these constraints are the key determinant for whether a new skill will be easy or difficult to learn. Understanding the ways in which the brain’s activity can be “flexed” during learning could eventually be used to develop better treatments for stroke and other brain injuries.

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McGowan Institute Faculty Honors

McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine congratulates its affiliated faculty members on being named a Distinguished Professor. Designation as a Distinguished Professor recognizes extraordinary, internationally-recognized, scholarly attainment in an individual discipline or field.

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Video: Introduction to the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Need an introduction to what exactly we do at the McGowan Institute? Here is a video that highlights some of our research and scientists.

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