On September 22, Jeffrey R. Millman, PhD and Fumihiko Urano, MD, PhD, along with colleagues, had their research titled, “Multidimensional analysis and therapeutic development using patient iPSC–derived disease models of Wolfram syndrome,” published in “JCI Insight.” “Wolfram syndrome is a rare genetic disorder largely caused by pathogenic variants in the WFS1 gene and manifested by diabetes mellitus, […]
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Millman featured in AP News: Do stem cells grow better in space?
On July 17, Jeffrey R. Millman, PhD was featured in AP News’ article titled, “High-flying experiment: Do stem cells grow better in space?” As scientists see great promise in stem cell research, “researcher Dhruv Sareen’s own stem cells are now orbiting the Earth. The mission? To test whether they’ll grow better in zero gravity.” […]
Millman publishes research on insulin-producing SC-islets after transplantation
On March 16, Jeffrey R. Millman, PhD and collaborators had their research titled “Differential Function and Maturation of Human Stem Cell-Derived Islets After Transplantation,” published in issue 3 of “Stem Cells Translational Medicine.” It is evident that cell replacement therapy is a potential treatment for patients with diabetes. One possible renewable source of replacement cells are stem-cell […]