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A podcast dedicated to culturing knowledge in stem cell research.

The Stem Cell Podcast The Stem Cell Podcast

    • Natural Sciences
    • 4.7, 69 Ratings

A podcast dedicated to culturing knowledge in stem cell research.

    ISSCR 2020 with Dr. Martin Pera

    ISSCR 2020 with Dr. Martin Pera

    Dr. Martin Pera is a Principal Investigator at the Jackson Laboratories and Editor-in-Chief of the ISSCR's journal Stem Cell Reports. His lab studies the regulation of self-renewal and pluripotency, heterogeneity in pluripotent stem cell populations, and neural specification of pluripotent stem cells.

    • 25 min
    Ep. 173: “Blood Cells and the Bone Marrow” Featuring Dr. Dominique Bonnet

    Ep. 173: “Blood Cells and the Bone Marrow” Featuring Dr. Dominique Bonnet

    Dr. Dominique Bonnet is the Group Leader of the Hematopoietic Stem Cell Laboratory at the Francis Crick Institute. Her lab is interested in the extrinsic mechanisms that regulate hematopoietic stem cells, and how they can intervene in order to eradicate the leukemic stem cell.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    ISSCR 2020 with Dr. Kristy Red-Horse

    ISSCR 2020 with Dr. Kristy Red-Horse

    Dr. Kristy Red-Horse is an Associate Professor of Biology at Stanford University. Her lab uses cardiovascular development as a model to study the signals that instruct cell fate and guide morphogenesis during organ formation in the mammalian embryo.

    • 40 min
    Ep. 172: “Organ Regeneration” Featuring Dr. Valentina Greco

    Ep. 172: “Organ Regeneration” Featuring Dr. Valentina Greco

    Dr. Valentina Greco is the Carolyn Slayman Professor of Genetics at Yale University. Her lab has developed novel live imaging approaches to track and manipulate stem cells in live animals, allowing them to study the complex orchestration of tissue regeneration using the skin as a model system.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    ISSCR 2020 with Madeline Lancaster

    ISSCR 2020 with Madeline Lancaster

    Dr. Madeline Lancaster is a Group Leader at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK. The Lancaster lab has developed cerebral organoids as a model system to better understand human brain evolution, development, and neurodevelopmental disorders. She joined us to discuss her research presentated at the ISSCR 2020 conference.

    • 32 min
    Ep. 171: “The Heart and Human Development” Featuring Dr. Benoit Bruneau

    Ep. 171: “The Heart and Human Development” Featuring Dr. Benoit Bruneau

    Dr. Benoit Bruneau is the Director of the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease. His lab uses mouse models and human iPSCs to investigate the transcription factor networks that regulate sets of genes critical for heart development.

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
69 Ratings

69 Ratings

Texas House Call Veterinarian ,

Good stuff

Excellent material/topics, translated nicely for those of us non-physician/non-research scientists. I’m a veterinarian, so depending on the topic, many human medical podcasts go over my head. But the hosts of this show speak lay-scientist language and tie the research into the real world. Really enjoyable and informative. -Dayna Baxter, DVM (Houston, TX)

Luvaluv1 ,

Stupendous scientific podcast

Entertaining and cutting edge stem cell podcast. Kiki and Daylon have huge feet to fill. They've been doing an immaculate job thus far!!

Junko Jones ,

Good, but first half is irrelevant

A promising podcast, but I suggest tightening up the content to only stem cell/regenerative medicine/etc related content. The first half of the show is taken up with general science news, or news tangentially related to science that is completely irrelevant to these topics. A stem cell podcast is a great idea; I think trimming the fat would make this amazing!

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