cytocentric visionaries rrCytocentric Visionaries: Roger Rönn

The Cell Environment for HSC from iPS: Why Every Hurdle Must be Overcome to Reach our Destination

cytocentric visionaries rv p2Cytocentric Visionaries: Romain Vuillefroy de Silly

Part Two: What’s in a Word? If It Describes the Oxygen Level, Quite a Bit.

cytocentric visionaries rv p1Cytocentric Visionaries: Romain Vuillefroy de Silly

Part 1: Is Physiologic Oxygen Better for CAR-T Cells In Vitro?

Top 5 Cytocentric Papers of 2016

In this post we highlight the top 5 publications for cell-centered research in 2016 that demonstrate the effectiveness of the Cytocentric approach for cell and tissue cultures. Here I specifically excluded papers in the field of Immunology because we will soon be publishing a separate post to highlight Cytocentric Immunology papers of 2016. Let’s count down the best of 2016:

cytocentric visionaries at p1Cytocentric Visionaries: Abhilasha Tiwari, PhD, Monash University

What do you look for when you want real answers? Real questions.

Dr. Abhilasha Tiwari is a SIEF-STEM+ Business Postdoctoral Researcher at The Ritchie Centre, Hudson Institute of Medical Research and Monash University. Her work with Graham Jenkin and Mark Kirkland focuses on optimal expansion of hematopoietic stem cells (HSC) from umbilical cord blood.

Here, we talk with Dr. Tiwari about her recent publication in Stem Cells and Development, “Impact of Oxygen Levels on Human Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cell Expansion.” [1] This interview on how pericellular oxygen affects cord blood HSCs was edited for brevity.