Regenerating thyroid and lung function through differentiated iPSCs: an interview with Darrell Kotton

In this interview, Darrell Kotton discusses his research on differentiating pluripotent stem cells to understand the development of the lung and thyroid.

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Apr 05, 2017
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In this interview, filmed exclusively at Translational Opportunities in Stem Cell Research (Basel, Switzerland), Darrell Kotton discusses his research on differentiating pluripotent stem cells to understand the development of the lung and thyroid and potentially regenerate organ function in disorders such as cystic fibrosis.



Darrell is the David Seldin Professor of Medicine and the Director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine at Boston University Medical School. He presented his research at Translational Opportunities in Stem Cell Research, in a talk titled ‘Endodermal differentiation of pluripotent stem cells to understand development and regenerate in vivo organ function’.

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