USC Stem Cell scientists explain why sensory hearing cells of the inner ear don’t regenerate — and how we might be able to change that.
Alma Zuniga Munoz is the recipient of the coveted fellowship from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
The prestigious National Institutes of Health awards promising doctoral students with mentored research training with the long-term goal of developing productive, independent research scientists.
With a $1 million prize from the Kidney Innovation Accelerator, or KidneyX, USC Stem Cell scientists are on a quest to build a “kidney” that resembles the real thing in function, if not in form.
A new study from the USC Stem Cell laboratory of Rong Lu explores this paradox.
The new faculty member is looking forward to expanding her studies of how environmental factors affect stem cell biology.
A team of researchers led by USC Stem Cell scientist Justin Ichida has identified two promising avenues for developing new treatments for diverse forms of Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Scientists from the USC Stem Cell laboratory of Rong Lu share new discoveries about the influence of multipotent progenitor cells (MPPs) that are co-transplanted along with stem cells during bone marrow transplants.
A key protein, called Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription 3 (STAT3), might turn back the clock on aging cartilage that leads to osteoarthritis.
Meet five students for whom scholarships are providing an education in USC’s one-of-a-kind master’s program in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine.