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Interviews with outstanding researchers that are changing, at a fundamental level, our understanding of the in vitro world.

Cytocentric Visionaries Jan Jensen p1

Cytocentric Visionaries Jan Jensen p1

Cytocentric Visionaries: Jan Jensen, Trailhead BioSystems Part One: Unbiased Cell Science: Don’t Try to Out-Think Nature Dr. Jan Jensen is the E. J. Brandon Endowed Professor in Diabetes Research at the Cleveland Clinic and also CSO of...

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Cytocentric Visionaries Jim Uniacke

Cytocentric Visionaries Jim Uniacke

Cytocentric Visionaries: Dr. Jim Uniacke, University of Guelph Cells are Vastly Different Under Physiologic Oxygen than in Room Air James Uniacke, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology at the...

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Cytocentric Visionaries Heather O Leary p3

Cytocentric Visionaries Heather O Leary p3

Cytocentric Visionaries: Dr. Heather O’Leary Part Three: Hypoxia, Metabolism, and Is Room Air “Good Enough” for Stem Cells? This is final part in a three-part series of blog posts containing excerpts from an interview that Dr. Alicia Henn,...

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Cytocentric Visionaries Ian Mudway p3

Cytocentric Visionaries Ian Mudway p3

Cytocentric Visionaries: Ian Mudway, King's College, UK Part Three: We Will Know We Have Gotten Through When People Complain About the Difficulties of Publishing Data Generated under Atmospheric Oxygen In Part Two, Dr. Henn talked with Dr....

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Cytocentric Visionaries Ian Mudway p2

Cytocentric Visionaries Ian Mudway p2

Cytocentric Visionaries: Ian Mudway, King's College, UK Part Two: Taking a Career Risk for Better Cell Culture and Better Science In Part One, Dr. Henn talked with Dr. Ian Mudway about his recent publication , “Quantifying the...

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