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Young Embryologist Network USA: Mouse livers and stem cell fate conversion

Posted by , on 4 June 2015


The next Boston Young Embryologist Network talks event will be held in the Warren Alpert Building at Harvard Medical School Thursday June 18th, 6-8pm. Food and drink will be provided for discussions and mingling!

Please register with eventbrite to give an estimate of numbers for food.

Short talks will be given by Siyeon Rhee, a graduate student from UMass Amherst, and Samantha Morris, a postdoc at Boston Children’s Hospital who will start her own lab at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis in July. Siyeon will discuss the role of Ying Yang1 in mouse liver development, and Sam will talk about her work investigating stem cell fate conversion and combining it with a network biology approach (for a teaser, see her abstract below).


We look forward to seeing you there, and stay tuned for future events!

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