2019 Innovators in Science Award Early Career Winner

The 2019 Winner of the Early-Career Scientist Award is Shruti Naik, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Departments of Pathology, Medicine and Dermatology, NYU School of Medicine in the United States. Dr. Naik studies immune cell, epithelial cell and microbial interactions to inform therapeutic strategies for conditions such as psoriasis, chronic wounds and cancer.

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Stem Cell Memory Featured in Quanta Magazine

Stem Cells Remember Tissues’ Past Injuries

Stem cells seem to retain memories of old injuries to improve future healing. When that system goes wrong, chronic inflammation can result.
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New members Anastasia and Brandon join us!

Anastasia Artemiev an undergraduate student and Brandon Hsieh, research technician start this week.

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Blavatnik Award For Young Scientists – Life Science Winner

Shruti is recognized for her work demonstrating that skin stem cells retain a “memory” of previous inflammatory experiences, allowing for a more robust and rapid response to subsequent injury.

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Scientists Step into the Political Arena

By stepping into the public arena, courageous scientists like Valerie Horsley will increase visibility for this cause and leverage biomedical research and technology to improve their communities, bringing about much needed social and economic change.

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