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A new review out by Hanna lab: Dynamic stem cell states: naive to primed pluripotency in rodents and humans
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Looking for motivated and talented students and post-docs!
Congratulations Leehee for your PhD and good luck!
Jacob Hanna presents Lab progress during NIH workshop on animals containing human cells
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New Hanna Lab paper out in Nature Biotechnology: OSKM trans-differentiation trajectory passes through pluripotency
In this new paper Itay tested OSKM trans-differenitation method using genetic lineage tracing for expression of endogenous Nanog and Oct4 and for X chromosome reactivation. He found that the vast majority of reprogrammed cardiomyocytes or neural stem cells obtained from mouse fibroblasts by this method pass through a transient pluripotent state, and that their derivation is molecularly coupled to iPSC formation mechanisms.
iPSCs in TimeOut (Hebrew)
Asaf has been awarded the Otto Schwartz excellence fellowship!
Jacob was awarded the 5 year Kimmel award for young innovative investigtors
Jacob has been awarded the Krill prize by the Wolf foundation
Jacob Hanna has been awarded the 2013 Rappaport prize for established young scientist