September 2018

Congratulations to Ian Williams for receiving T32 training grant in vascular biology

August 2018

July 2018

Congratulations to Damon Williams for receiving a NHLBI administrative supplement grant

ISSCR 2018 Plenary Sessions

featuring Joseph Wu, MD, PhD

Gene Editing Technology can Predict Heart Disease Risk Accurately - Medindia.net

Gene editing technology predicts heart disease risk - News-Medical.Net

Study combines gene editing and stem cell technologies to predict person's risk for heart disease - News-Medical.Net

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - MSN Health US (en)

Gene editing technology may improve accuracy of predicting individuals' heart disease risk - MedicalXpress.com

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - KTVK-TV Online

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - KRTV-TV - Online

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - WTVA-TV - Online

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - WTHI-TV - online

Gene editing technology may improve accuracy of predicting individuals' heart disease risk - dotemirates

Gene Editing and Stem Cell Tech Predict Heart Disease Risk - LabRoots

Gene Editing Technology May Improve Accuracy of Predicting Heart Disease Risk - Laboratory Equipment Online

Gene editing technology may improve accuracy of predicting individuals' heart disease risk - Scienmag

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - KSFO-AM Online

Gene Editing Technology May Improve Accuracy of Predicting Heart Disease Risk - Technology Networks

Gene editing technology may improve accuracy of predicting individuals' heart disease risk - Publicnow

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - Crossroads Today

CRISPR technology may improve accuracy of predicting heart disease risk - Drug Target Review

Gene editing technology may improve accuracy of predicting individuals' heart disease risk - Gilmer Mirror - Online

Gene Editing Technology May Improve Accuracy of Predicting Heart Disease Risk - Medical Health News

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - Wfas-fm

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells, may be able to predict risk - Heaven 1410AM Online

Gene editing could predict your cardiac death risk - Las Vegas News

Gene Editing Technology May Improve Accuracy of Predicting Individuals' Heart Disease Risk - States News Service

Study Solves Mystery of Genetic-test Results for Patient With Suspected Heart Condition - States News Service

Gene Editing Technology May Improve Accuracy of Predicting Individuals' Heart Disease Risk - Targeted News Service

Gene editing technology may improve accuracy of predicting individuals' heart disease risk - US Official News

Congratulations to Xiaoming Ouyang for receiving a NHLBI T32 fellowship on vascular biology

 

June 2018

Congratulations to Hataka Minami for being accepted to Saint Louis University’s MD program

 

Congratulations to Sang Ging Ong for becoming an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacology & Medicine/Cardiology at the University of Illinois Chicago

 

May 2018

Congratulations to Mingtao Zhao for receiving a 3-year American Heart Association Career Development Award

Congratulations to Ian Chen for receiving a 3-year American Heart Association Career Development Award

Congratulations to Ning-Yi Shao for receiving a 3-year American Heart Association Career Development Award

Congratulations to Ning Ma for receiving a 2-year American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellowship Award

Congratulations to Huaxiao Yang for receiving a 2-year American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellowship Award

April 2018

Special Circulation Research compendium on Omics, Big Data, and Precision Medicine in Cardiovascular Sciences. With contributions by Joseph Wu, Edward Lau, Michael Snyder, Kevin Wang, and Howard Chang

Dr. Wu interviewed at AABME on safety of cell therapy

Congratulations to Aryo Sorayya for being accepted to the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

Congratulations to Mo Ameen for being selected as an awardee of the National Science Foundation's 2018 Graduate Research Fellowship Program competition

Congratulations to Yuan Zhang for acceptance as a medical student at Stanford University

Congratulations to Alex An for acceptance as a medical student at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine

Congratulations to Xavier Sendaydiego for acceptance as a medical student at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee

Congratulations to Jared Churko for becoming an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cellular & Molecular Medicine at the University of Arizona

March 2018

Congratulations to Andrew Lee, MD, PhD for matching to the Stanford Pathology residency program

February 2018

Jared Churko and Joseph Wu discuss the current challenges in using iPSCs with Technology Networks

Congratulations to Nigel Kooreman for his paper in Cell Stem Cell on iPSC cancer vaccine. Paper mentioned in major news outlets, including CNN, LA TimesDaily Record (Scotland), Fierce Biotech, Futurism, Gizmodo, HealthDay News, Medical News Today, New Atlas, New Scientist, The Scientist, KCBS radio segment, and Stanford Medicine press release.

- Interview on CureTalks website

- Interview in The Week  

- In mice, a single vaccine prompts the immune system to fight breast, lung and skin cancers

- Stem cancer vax offers strong promise

- As we age, cancer rates go up as immune system winds down

- Cancer breakthrough as new vaccine teaches body's immune system to destroy tumors

- Using stem cells to generate an immune attack against cancer

- New Stem Cell Study Could Be the Start of Personalized Cancer Vaccines

- Scientists Successfully Test a Vaccine in Mice That Could Prevent Many Cancers

-  Another Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise In Mice

- Have scientists found an anti-cancer vaccine?

- Stanford breakthrough uses stem cells to create possible cancer vaccine

- Stem cells zapped with radiation can protect mice from cancer

- Stem Cell Vaccine Protects Mice From Cancer

- Induced pluripotent stem cells could serve as cancer vaccine

- Can you vaccinate yourself against cancer?

- Cancer vaccine can 'train immune system to stop tumours developing'

- iPS cells could serve as an effective cancer vaccine

- Personalized Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise in Mice

- Cancer Vaccine: Stem Cells Prevented Development Of Tumors In Mice Study