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March 9: "Measuring Regenerative Medical Technology" with Jan Nolta - CITRIS Research Exchange Series

Mar. 9: "Measuring Regenerative Medical Technology" with Jan Nolta, Ph.D., UC Davis School of Medicine
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Jan Nolta

 Next week's speaker: 
Jan Nolta, Ph.D.
Measuring Regenerative Medical Technology
(Director, Stem Cell Program at UC Davis School of Medicine; Director, Institute for Regenerative Cures)
A CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar
Wednesday, March 9th
12:00pm - 1:00pm
310 Sutardja Dai Hall
Banatao Auditorium

UC Berkeley
Register to Attend
About the Speaker
Dr. Nolta is the Director of the Stem Cell Program at UC Davis School of Medicine, and directs the new Institute for Regenerative Cures. The UC Davis stem cell program has over 145 faculty members collaborating to work toward stem cell-related cures for a spectrum of diseases and injuries. The current research in Dr. Nolta’s laboratory is focused on developing therapies that will use mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) to deliver factors for treating Huntington’s disease and other disorders and injuries. Her group focuses on “bench to the bedside” research, and she has been involved in numerous clinical trials of gene and cell therapy. She is scientific director of the new Good Manufacturing Practice clean room facility at UC Davis, where stem cells of different types are being isolated or expanded for clinical trials.

The basic research in the Nolta laboratory focuses on understanding the dynamics of stem cell migration and attraction to sites of injury. Following intravenous infusion, adult stem cells home to sites of tissue damage. Areas studied are cellular response to hypoxia and chemokines, cell motility, cell-to-cell interactions, and paracrine factors secreted by MSC at the site of injury. 

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Ask questions live on Twitter: #CITRISRE. Past talks may be viewed on our YouTube channel

Live webcasting of each CITRIS Research Exchange seminar is available at these CITRIS campuses: 

CITRIS @ Davis: 1127 Kemper Hall, College of Engineering, UC Davis 
CITRIS @ Merced: Science & Engineering II, Room 302, UC Merced 
CITRIS @ Santa Cruz: Room 595B, Engineering 2 Building, Baskin School of Engineering, UC Santa Cruz

About the CITRIS Research Exchange

Free and open to the public, the CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series is a weekly dialogue highlighting leading voices on societal-scale research issues. Each one-hour seminar starts at 12pm Pacific time and is hosted live in the Banatao Auditorium at Sutardja Dai Hall on the UC Berkeley campus (unless otherwise noted in the online schedule).
View the Spring 2016 Schedule
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