Center for Stem Cell Biology: Inaugural Symposium

Opening remarks by Lorenz Studer, Director, Center for Stem Cell Biology Opening remarks by Lorenz Studer, Director, Center for Stem Cell Biology
Lorenz Studer presenting SKI Center for Stem Cell Biology
Elly Tanaka from the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics presents Multilineage Regeneration in the Amphibian Nervous System and Its Relevance to Mammalian Stem Cell Biology
Konrad Hochedlinger from Harvard University presents Mechanisms of Cellular Reprogramming
Robert Benezra of Sloan Kettering Institute's Cancer Biology and Genetics Program poses a question during the symposium Robert Benezra of Sloan Kettering Institute's Cancer Biology and Genetics Program poses a question during the symposium
Ronald McKay from the Lieber Institute for Brain Development presents Controlling Stem Cells in Health and Disease
Sean Morrison from the University of Michigan presents The Regulation of Stem Cell Self-Renewal
Speaker Elly Tanaka with a guest following the symposium Speaker Elly Tanaka with a guest following the symposium
Speaker Ronald McKay of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine with Lorenz Studer and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center President Craig Thompson Speaker Ronald McKay of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine with Lorenz Studer and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center President Craig Thompson
Poster Session and Reception Poster Session and Reception A poster session following the symposium featured the research of postdoctoral research fellows and graduate students from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medical College, Rockefeller University, and New York University.
Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers discussing their work at the poster session and reception Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers discussing their work at the poster session and reception