Xuehua Zhong, Assistant Professor in WID’s Epigenetics Theme studies the epigenetic connections mammals share with plants.
Published today in Stem Cell Reports, researchers led by Randolph Ashton and Ethan Lippmann present a unifying protocol to create neural stem cells from diverse regions of the hindbrain and spinal cord.
Rupa Sridharan, Assistant Professor of Cell and Regenerative Biology at Wisconsin Institute for Discovery explains how she increased reprogramming efficiency to get pluripotent stem cells.
At the first Midwest Chromatin and Epigenetics Meeting, WID researchers and scientists around the country are giving new meaning to the “Nature versus Nurture” debate.
How do fatty acids such as omega-3 play a role in human health? WID researchers are looking to the genome for answers.
Epigenetics scientist Rupa Sridharan received the Shaw Scientist Award for her work in converting stem cells.
Research led by Epigenetics researcher John Denu has gained two best-of-the-year awards from the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
A recent WID study creates a better understanding of how cells are “reprogrammed” when an organism eats fewer calories.