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Jump to: Stem cells: What they are and why they’re important (0:37) | Emerging therapies (1:08) | Challenges of growing stem cells (2:26) | In their own words: Young researchers in Dr. Frenette’s lab (4:48) | Nervous system and cancer connection (10:29) | Umbilical cord stem cells (12:30)
Einstein On: Stem Cells, Dr. Paul Frenette (1 of 2): ResearchPaul Frenette, M.D., puts into perspective the promise and challenge of stem cell research as well as established and experimental stem cell treatments. Also meet three young researchers who work in Dr. Frenette’s lab: instructor Christoph Scheiermann, postdoc Sandra Pinho, and Mount Sinai School of Medicine M.D./Ph.D student Jalal Ahmed. Dr. Frenette is director of the Ruth A. and David S. Gottesman Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Research at Einstein. This edition of Einstein On, a research and medicine podcast, is hosted by Gordon Earle, associate dean for communications and public affairs. (September 19, 2012)
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