Overview

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Translational research

Diagnostics, therapies and cures

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Stem cells

Studying pluripotent stem cells will help us understand more about the early stages of embryonic development

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Understanding human diseases

To develop new therapies and cures

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Using embryonic development

To understand human health and disease

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Understanding muscle development and disease

Will lead to new therapies for muscular dystrophies

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Translational research

Developing therapies for type 2 diabetes

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Defining the molecular and cellular basis of human disease

Will define new approaches to treat neurological and cardiovascular disease

The Center for Molecular Medicine’s mission is to better understand the molecular and cellular basis of human disease and to use this information to guide the development of new diagnostics, therapies, and cures.

Research areas include:

  • Use of stem cells in cardiovascular, neurological and metabolic disease
  • Human disease modeling with human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs)
  • Drug discovery
  • Tissue engineering
  • Vaccine development

On November 17th, 2022, The Zeltner Lab published their open-access article “Norepinephrine transporter defects lead to sympathetic hyperactivity in Familial Dysautonomia models”in the journal¬†Nature Communications.¬†Use the link above to see the full article.


Zeltner Lab

Efficient Differentiation of Postganglionic Sympathetic Neurons using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells under Feeder-free and Chemically Defined Culture Conditions

Efficient Differentiation of Postganglionic Sympathetic Neurons using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells under Feeder-free and Chemically Defined Culture Conditions.

News & Upcoming Events

Nov 3, 2023 – Seminar Speaker

Eric Holland – Senior Vice President and Director, Human Biology Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

CCRC Auditorium @ 11:00am