Students win travel grants

We are pleased to announced the winners of Cycle 2 of the Regeneration Next student travel grants. Congratulations to:

Shaunak Adkar (Gersbach lab) to travel to the Orthopaedic Research Society annual symposium in March 2018 to present his work: Purification of hiPSC-derived chondrocyte-like cells using a CRISPR-Cas9-generated collagen II reporter enhances chondrogenesis and cartilaginous matrix production.

Victoria Deneke (DiTalia lab) to travel to the ASCB/EMBO joint annual meeting in December 2017 to present her work: Mechanisms regulating the emergence of tissue-wide synchrony in Drosophila early embryos.

Nora Peterson (Fox lab) to travel to the ASCB/EMBO joint annual meeting in December 2017 to present her work: Cell-cell fusion facilitates aneuploidy tolerance in a developing organ.

The next round of travel grant applications will open in January 2018. All students presenting work  relevant to tissue regeneration are encouraged to apply!

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