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Wnt and Notch Progenitor Expansion

The goal of the Wnt and Notch Progenitor Expansion research hub is the expansion of cardiac and hematopoietic progenitors by WNT and Notch.

members: 
Lead Principal Investigator
User Name Full Name Institute Affiliation Topic tags People tags
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emorrisey Edward E. Morrisey, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania cardiovascular development
Principal Investigator
User Name Full Name Institute Affiliation Topic tags People tags
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ibernstein Irwin D. Bernstein, M.D. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center blood-forming, cardiac regeneration and repair, cell development, delta, hematopoietic development, hematopoietic stem cells, jagged, notch, signaling pathways, stem cell self-renewal
Co-PI/Co-Investigator
User Name Full Name Institute Affiliation Topic tags People tags
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aditadi Andrea Ditadi McEwen Centr for Regenerative Medicine
wpear's picture
wpear Warren Pear U Penn
ctrivedi's picture
ctrivedi Chinmay Trivedi, M.D., Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Medical School
Post-Doctoral Fellow/Trainee
User Name Full Name Institute Affiliation Topic tags People tags
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kaberes Kaytlyn Beres University of Washington
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raedunc Raedun Clarke, Ph.D. University of Toronto
jgantz's picture
jgantz Jay Gantz University of Washington
bhadland's picture
bhadland Brandon Hadland Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
ifkovits's picture
ifkovits Jamie Ifkovits, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
nsalomonis's picture
nsalomonis Nathan Salomonis, Ph.D. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
karenvo's picture
karenvo Karen Vo University of Pennsylvania
Administrator
User Name Full Name Institute Affiliation Topic tags People tags
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chenry Carolyn Henry U Penn

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