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Gene-editing Offers Hope for DMD

Amy Wagers and postdoctoral candidate Mohammadsharif Tabebordbar use gene-editing technology to fix Duchenne muscular dystrophy genes in stem cells.  

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Single Cell Celebration

March 8, 2016

Leonard Zon traced melanoma from its single cell origin to a developed cancer in zebrafish. 

Progress Against Melanoma

March 25, 2011

Harvard stem cell researchers at Children's Hospital Boston (CHB) have taken two important steps toward development of a new way of treating melanoma, the most virulent form of skin cancer.

Doing the neuron tango: Researchers learn more about interactions in the cortex

December 13, 2011

To an untrained observer, the electrical storm that takes place over the brain's neural network seems a chaotic flurry of activity. But as neuroscientists understand it, the millions of neurons are actually engaged in a sort of tightly choreographed dance, a tango of excitatory and inhibitory neurons

HSCRB featured in the Gazette for FAS LEED Certification

April 10, 2012

As a result of a two-year demolition and reconstruction project to accommodate the Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology Department (SCRB), the interior has been transformed into one of the University's greenest and most efficient laboratory spaces.  The project, the first to uitilize Harvard's 2009 Green Building Standards to guide project development, recently received the Faculty of Arts and Sciences' (FAS) first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Commercial Interiors Platinum certification - the highest rating possible - from the U.S. Green Building Council.

HSCRB Celebrates Inaugural Class of Graduating Seniors

May 23, 2012

The Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology is proud to present the inaugural class of its Harvard College concentration, Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology (HDRB). The Class of 2012 is the first group of students to join the HDRB concentration.

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