Gage Crump, Michael Bonaguidi and colleagues used a genomics and computational biology approach to understand how the different parts of the facial skeletal form in zebrafish, shedding new light on craniofacial disorders.
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Michael Bonaguidi has received an award from L.K. Whittier Foundation for developing new single cell tools in data science for precision medicine. To read more, visit stemcell.usc.edu/2017/07/07/whittier-foundation-backs-new-group-of-research-projects.
Michael Bonaguidi speaks at the Hippocampus Provence summer workshop. For more details, visit rng.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/2017-Provence-Summer-Workshop-EARLY-BIRD.pdf.
The price of progress is not only the energy and talent of stem cell scientists, but also the research dollars that support their discoveries. In recent months, faculty members have secured numerous grants to support stem cell-based approaches to study […]
Albina Ibrayeva (Photo by Cristy Lytal)What happens to the stem cells in our brains as we age? Albina Ibrayeva, a PhD student in the laboratory of Michael Bonaguidi, will address this question in a presentation at the prestigious International Society […]
As part of the Countdown to Commencement series, stem cell master’s student and Bonaguidi lab member Ila Dwivedi wrote a profile about her classmate Nicole Koutsodendris. To read more, visit stemcell.usc.edu/2017/05/08/countdown-to-commencement-nicole-koutsodendris-aims-to-succeed-where-neurological-medications-fail.
Talia Oughourlian awarded Provost’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (PURF)—again! Congratulations.
Michael Bonaguidi receives funding from the L.K. Whittier Foundation to develop new tools in precision medicine.
Ismael Fernandez-Hernandez and Albina Ibrayeva present to local high school and middle school students and their families at the USC Stem Cell Day of Discovery. To read more, visit stemcell.usc.edu/2017/02/06/five-hundred-middle-and-high-school-students-realized-their-pluripotential-at-the-usc-stem-cell-day-of-discovery.